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Headroom

HeadroomPowered by Audioscrobbler™There are at least three artists named Headroom

1) Headroom the DJ
In 2001, Zimbabwe born Adam Metcalfe moved to Cape Town, South Africa & fell in love with Psy Trance. By 2004 he had began to produce & perfect his sound, striving for the best quality production in high tech trance, keeping it fun, psychedelic & a little bit twisted. With the release of his 2008 album, “Artelligent”, his unique offbeat & forward-thinking sound captivated festivals and parties worldwide, sparking a non-stop whirlwind of international gigging. Today he has solidified himself as one of South Africa’s most prolific EDM producers, ranking 5th in DJ MAG’s 2012 Top SA DJ’s. 2013 sees Headroom locked away in his studio, working on his highly anticipated 2nd album.

2) Headroom the Emo/Alternative rock band
"Headroom play a cool interpretation of the kind of emo/punk that's really resonating with kids right now. The guitars are huge and crunchy while being atmospheric in all the right moments, and the just barely strained vocals carry intense melodies while conveying a definite sense of earnest sincerity. Basement and Title Fight would be lazy comparisons, but the likeness is definitely there. The nimble yet powerful drums carry these tunes forward in a powerful way, utilizing skillful fills without being so flashy as to divert the energy. While largely this pulls from emo and indie rock, some of the faster parts and palm muted guitar passages bring to mind No Trigger or Crime in Stereo for me right before slowing back down to carry the quieter vocals. I don't want to beat these comparisons to death, but if you're a fan of No Sleep or Run For Cover Records bands, Headroom will be right in your wheelhouse." - http://myendlessminutes.blogspot.com/2013/12/headroom-headroom.html

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3) Headroom the techno project
Headroom project consisting of Patrik Skoog, Niklas Ehrlin and Henrik Larsson started in southern Sweden sometime in 1997. Debut album Shades of Shape was released in 2000, last production effort su:real 6:9 in 2006. Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply.
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