Recently we have combined elements of world music and computer-based audio electronics into our sound. Working in both old school Analog and new Digital mediums, we focus on the perception of depth and quality of sound within our mixes.
We prefer real instruments rather than synthesized sounds. Most of the sounds on our projects start out as acoustic instruments recorded to Analog tape. After blending these tracks and sounds together, we further tweak the tracks before transferring them to Digital—giving us a more organic sound. Then, using the modern mixing elements of Dub and Electronica, we blend our sounds into the final mix.
All of the musicians on our projects represent the finest and most creative in improvisational performers. Their contribution brings all of The Warheads music to life.
Finally, Radical Sound Recording Studio and its support of The Warheads cannot go unmentioned. We also must acknowledge the time and effort of Ron K and his engineers; their work allowed each recording to sound its best.
Since this site was started a year ago much has happened. Our projects have received airplay all over the world on various broadcast and Internet radio stations so first we would like to thank all of the programmers who were kind enough to present our tracks to a wider audience.
We also received many great reviews for Funk n’ Gandhi and Bandit Queen. You can check them out on Raves.com, jazzreview.com, Regenmag.com and properlychilled.com.
This past summer we licenced 14 tracks to WATERMUSICRECORDS. These tracks were released under the title TANTRA REMIXED. This is the reason they are no longer available for download on their projects pages. We do however continue to offer all the rest of our tracks and artwork free for downloading and are pleased that you have taken advantage of this. But we can no longer offer the CDs themselves. We have run out and have no plans at this point to manufacture any more for any of the projects.
We are now in the studio working on new projects so check back for up dates. Please write us and tell us what you think and of course pass along our projects to anyone to whom you think would dig it. Ron K and myself would like to thank all of you for your support and interest in our work and we hope to have new tracks for you in ‘08.