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Severed Heads' early focus on free-form experimentation is still prevalent on Come Visit the Big Bigot, though the noise and effects are compromised slightly by their rhythmic bass, synth-pop of moderate tempo, and loping basslines. It's an interesting collision — the ice-cream sludge of warped vocals and distorted noise on the title track, or the incisor-sharp percussion that introduces an odd cabaret vocal by Tom Ellard on "Confidence."

Biografía

Se formó en: 1979 en Sydney, Australia

Género: Electrónica

Años de actividad: '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

Severed Heads were one of the pioneering acts on Australia's alternative music scene, a group whose work embraced elements of industrial, synth pop, electronic, and experimental music, with found sounds, tape loops, samples, and full-on noise playing as large a role in their music as any conventional instruments. Eclectic and stubbornly refusing to confine themselves to any single genre, Severed Heads evolved constantly from their debut in 1979 to their final retirement in 2008, as they used a wide...
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Come Visit the Big Bigot (Bonus Version), Severed Heads
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