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play hi-fi  Cry For Help - 2013
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play hi-fi  Crazy
play hi-fi  Hope
play hi-fi  Don't Pass It By - 2010 Remix
play hi-fi  Someone Like You
play hi-fi  Infinity - 2010 Remix
play hi-fi  Holding On - 2010
play hi-fi  Shade Of Grey II
play hi-fi  Carousel
Headwork are definitely musicians with a 'No Limit' policy! They have a wide variation of influences, which gives them the space to be openly expressive. This is what enables them to produce the stirring rifts which have become Headwork's trademark sound.
So what does this all add up to? Well, in short... Catchy original rifts, combined with a dark commercial undertone, this best describes Headwork's music.
Why this name?
The name 'Headwork' was a word that was often used after several days of intense recording sessions. So it was not long before the band members adopted that phrase as the name of their band.
Would you sign a record contract with a major label?
Headwork are currently unsigned, and nationally they are unknown.
The band are also totally unknown to any label or publisher as they are quite happy making music for fun.
Band History:
In 1991 a group of musicians hacked off with a stagnant and apathetic music scene, decided that they'd had enough and were driven to embark on a mission to stamp out musical mediocrity.

Headwork members Jay Porter, and Dean Woodington split from their previous band, and teamed up with bass guitarist Andy Clarke. However it was not until the year of 1994 that saw the introduction of singer/song writer Tony Dawe, adding a new dimension to this musical dynamic force.

Gaining popularity amongst an increasing global audience prompted the band in 1998 to launch an official website to satisfy the growing demand for their material.
Over time Headwork have produced an impressive portfolio of songs. Earning them recognition from well-known artists such as Jean-Jacques Burnel, and Paul Roberts of The Stranglers.
Your influences?
The Stranglers, U2, Coldplay, Creed, Alter Bridge, Radiohead, Blur, Manic Street Preachers, The Prodigy, Muse, The Verve, Elbow, Embrace, Richard Ashcroft, Simple Minds, The Damned, Crisis, Killing Joke, Bikini Atoll, Cocteau Twins, The Police, Gong, Steve Hillage, Frank Zappa, Pink Floyd, Ozric Tentacles, Gorillaz, Metalica, Foo Fighters, ELO, OMD, XTC, 10CC, Public Image Limited, Placebo, The Smiths, The Specials, Big Country, Psychedelic Furs, Placebo, The Beat, Supergrass, A Perfect Circle, Thrice, Hugh Cornwell, Paul Oakenfold, Level 42, Bill Nelson, Joe Jackson, and Reggae artists such as, Black Uhuru, Sly & Robbie, Steel Pulse, Gregory Isaacs, and Lee Scratch Perry.
Equipment used:
Yamaha Guitars, Gordy Bass, Premier Drum Kit & Pearl Cymbals, Roland Synths, Native Instruments Synths & Software, Steinberg Cubase, Sony Soundforge, Sony Acid, Sony Vegas.
Anything else...?
So... What's the final verdict? "Well your honour, reliable intelligence sources have revealed that Headwork's course is set on a path to 'Infinity' and beyond..."
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