Men In My Head
– Men In My Head
– Cry For You
– Davenport (Disco Fries Remix)
“…if we can touch someone’s heart and mind when they hear our music, if they start to dance and feel the vibe… its all we need to keep us playing,”
Are you in the Brooklyn area? Are you anywhere near NYC? I would highly suggest looking for this group’s live events calendar so that you can attend a show. For the rest of us, we get to listen to Men In My Head on Audio Gumshoe and from their recordings. And, while we’re all listening, we get to dance. A lot.
Men In My Head describe themselves as
a mix of alternative rock and funk, sprinkled with hints of blues and soul.
The music reflects this well. Songs like “Willing Mistake” on their self-titled album start with a gritty blues guitar intro, followed by a funky-bluesy beat. “Times Like These” hit you up front with a power-driving drum intro and enter into an almost retro-style pop/rock beat, complete with jazz organ. Many of their tunes break down with full horns blaring and scorching blues/rock guitar solos.
Songs on this episode of Audio Gumshoe give us a full dance frenzy during “Davenport” and “Men In My Head”. They are followed by a passionate and soul-speaking track called “Cry for You”. Then, the first track is visited again with an all-out club dance rendition “Disco Fries Remix”.
Want more? Go to the links below to find songs like “Nothing is Real” (you may find yourself dancing the frugue) or “Art & Soul” (be ready for the funky, almost hip-hop verse).
Bruce Springsteen, Eric Clapton, Red Hot Chili Peppers, Beck, and the Killers have all [provided] their influence to the Men In My Head. Led by front man and guitarist Eddie Gindi, Men In My Head create pieces that resonate with fans of all ages and leave a lasting impression with song content spanning from life’s journey to dreams not yet realized. For these rock aficionado’s, songwriting and performance is their passion.
Men In My Head‘s debut album is a collaboration with world renowned producer Arty Skye and Skye Lab Music. They are now finishing new songs for their follow-up album, due for release Winter 2011.
Get the Music
You can also search for their music at Rhapsody, eMusic, Napster, Zune and many other online retailers.
The audio file for this work is licensed under a
Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 3.0 License.