Errorhead’s brand new Album “Modern Hippie” is for everybody who is craving for the musical spirit of the late 60”s and early 70”s taken to the year 2008. A modern sound that combines diverse influences such as Rock, Ambient, World music with strong hooks and grooves. Think Hendrix, Pink Floyd and Jeff Beck teaming up for a creative spin.
Mastermind Marcus Nepomus Deml has teamed up with bass legend Frank Itt (Terence Trent D'Arby, Jule Neigel, Jasper Van't Hof) and drummer extraordinaire Zacky Tsoukas (John Hayes, Billy Sheehan, Helmut Zerlett) and singer Robbie Smith. The album was mixed analogue by Star engineer Kai Fricke of Mike Landau and Vinnie Colajuta fame at the famous Toolhouse studios in Rotenburg/Germany and will satisfy even the most discriminating pair of ears. “Modern Hippie” is not just another album, it is a statement!
“Modern Hippie” Is available worldwide by Lionmusic. Visitors of errorhead.com can order now in our onlinestore.
Listen to Modern Hippie Tracks "Connected", "Northern Lights" and "Heaven" over at www.myspace.com/errorhead!
01. That’s Good
03. For My Brothers
05. Temporay Impression
06. Yeah Man
07. Watch My Cloud
08. Northern Lights
10. Bhangra Baby
11. We Came In Peace
12. Follow Your Dream
Marcus Deml › Guitar & Vocals
Frank Itt › Bass
Zacky Tsoukas › Drums
Robbie Smith › Lead Vocals
Tom Aeschbacher › Keyboards
Melanie Stahlkopf › Backing Vocals
Produced by Marcus Deml
Recorded at the Electric Lion, Hamburg and Studio 4, Stade
Mixed by Kai Fricke at the Toolhouse SSL Suite, Rotenburg/Fulda.
Assisted by Wolfgang Manns
Mastered by Ulf Hattwig at Toolhouse Mastering
Art, Concept & Design by Sandra Hennies © 2008
Hennies Kommunikation, Hamburg www.he2nies.de
Yes it"s true... The new Errorhead Album "Modern Hippie" will be released worldwide on March 14, 2008 on the the Lion Music Label! It holds a few suprises like 4 Vocal Tunes with singer Robbie Smith and the amazing playing of Bass Legend Frank Itt and the Greek Wunderkind Zacky Tsoukas on Drums and Swiss Keyboarder Tom Aeschbacher. The Album was mixed by the fantastic Kai Fricke on 2 inch Tape at the Toolhous Studio in Rothenburg and is by far the best Errorhead production ever. So stay tuned ...
Oh yeah: It also lights up in the dark ...