Recorded Mixed and Produced by Dean Garcia
All instruments and programming by Dean Garcia
Compiled Cross faded and Mastered by Jason Novak
These recordings were made around ten years ago in the front room of our previous home using a 16 track Fostex tape recorder an Akai s1100 sampler, an Alesis 8 track sequencer a midi keyboard and a Soundcraft desk. All mixes were captured on a dat machine and the tapes thrown into a box. The uncompiled tapes were then sent to Jason Novak in Chicago with no instruction whatsoever other than the words "Please sort" Jason went about compiling the tracks he liked with view to them being sent back and then made into a CD. The CD was released as Headcase Crosseyedrabbit. These are the recordings that were pulled off the dats but never used or released. Having recently been contacted by Genadijs Filipenko of Latvia ( a Headcase supporter ) inquiring about these and other Headcase recordings I began to look for the one and only CD that was made by Jason and eventually found it on the abandoned shelf of never looked at items. I then extracted the tracks from the CD, had a quick listen and thought they all sounded cool and lofi so now they are here as a free/donation based download. Funny how things roll.
The album has meticulous cross fading expertize from track to track that was lovingly and thoughtfully prepared for your listening pleasure by Jason Novak, sadly it doesn't quite work on the Bandcamp player but it should if you play it on a pod or something. A very big thank you to Jason is in order as without him none of this would have ever seen the light of day. J Man...Can you feel the love ? I hope so. Also thanks to Genadijs Filipenko for making me see the light of day.
All copyrights reserved Dean Garcia - B O F C Music Inc
Surprisingly (lol) we still have both Headcase CDs (Headcase Mushiness and Crosseyedrabbit both with original packaging and the infamous CER rare bonus multimedia CD that dosen't work on new computers) available to buy, if anyone is interested please let me know, they are available as donation based old school mail order items.
:) Smiles x
released November 7, 2014
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