Artist info

Genre

Pop, Rock


band members

Dan Marsh - keyboards/vocals, Rohan Sherlock - bass/vocals, Luke Collins - drums, Max Walker - guitar


Influences

Talking Heads, King Tubby, Leadbelly, Nik Kershaw, Radiohead, The Beatles, David Bowie


Unearthed artists we like

Ainslie Wills, Spender


Website

www.humanface.net

Bio

Human Face occasionally emerge from their forest studio to release strange music about the world and other fantasies.

Review

Review by Dorothy Markek Dorothy Markek

05 Jul 2016

Triple J
40

Tapping into some quality techno fear. Like unwrapping a quality dark chocolate every time you guys post a song. Rarely (meaning never) disappoints.

Tapping into some quality techno fear. Like unwrapping a quality dark chocolate every time you guys post a song. Rarely (meaning never) disappoints.

Review

Review by Nat Tencic Nat Tencic

29 Apr 2015

Triple J
40

Wonderfully weird and eclectic. You'd think distorted trumpet + accordion + monotone vocals would be a recipe for disaster, but it really works in a Kraftwerkish sort of way.

Wonderfully weird and eclectic. You'd think distorted trumpet + accordion + monotone vocals would be a recipe for disaster, but it really works in a Kraftwerkish sort of way.

Review

Review by Max Quinn Max Quinn

29 Apr 2015

Triple J
40

Ripper. Complex, heaps of interesting instrumental variation, held together with stammering, plodding percussion.

Ripper. Complex, heaps of interesting instrumental variation, held together with stammering, plodding percussion.