Monday, August 23, 2010

I been blogged!

Nice review/article about Disembraining Songs on the always interesting MuhMur blog. Even gives Magic Tits a bad review. Awesome! Check it out at

And if you do visit the above link, you will notice mention of a new Six Heads CD. Yes indeed, there is a new Six Heads CD called "Snuffles"! It was released at the end of last month a matter of days before our appearance at Electric Eclectics Festival. Info on "Snuffles" and other Disembraining Songs releases can be found at

Keepin' it surreal!

- William A. Davison

Saturday, August 7, 2010


Correction to a couple of the links posted yesterday:

address for Surrism Phonoethics should be (although I think works too)

address for "Six Heads or The Appearance of Hairs Band" download at Surrism Phonoethics should be

- William

Friday, August 6, 2010


Recordist update #1 for Aug. 6, 2010:

Six Heads just got back from an appearance at Electric Eclectics Festival in Meaford, ON. Had a blast and totally rocked our set (if I do say so myself)! Lineup for the performance consisted of James Bailey, Linda Feesey, Sherri Lyn Higgins, Peter Mosher, myself and Joda Clément (filling in for Colin Hinz who wasn't able to make the gig).

Here's a video clip from our performance.


Recordist update #2 for Aug. 6, 2010:

Carrying on with Six Heads news, I'm pleased to announce the re-release of the first Six Heads CD "Six Heads or The Appearance of Hairs Band" as a free download! The disc has been unavailable for some time so I'm very happy to see the material back in circulation. Many thanks to the marvelous netlabel Surrism Phonoethics for making this happen (lots of excellent releases on this label, you should definitely have a good look at what's there)!

You can download "Six Heads or The Appearance of Hairs Band" from the following sources:


Recordist update #3 for Aug. 6, 2010:

I will be performing this Saturday, Aug. 7/10 at Teranga in Kensington Market as part of the "noise super group" Property Damage. The lineup for the group consists of myself, Alan Bloor (Knurl), Ryan Clark (The Dead Are Those Who Have Died), and Kevin Crump (Disguises, Roman Pilates). The event is in celebration of the birthdays of both Kevin Crump and Greydyn Gatti (Wolfcow, Toddler Body). HAPPY B-DAY GUYS!

Saturday, August 7, 9pm
Teranga African Bar
159 Augusta Ave., Toronto
Pay What You Want

Property Damage
The Soup Cans

Th-th-th-that's all folks! (until the next update)
- William A. Davison