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Stillhead

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Scottish born Stillhead produces deep electronic music. It mixes many genres and sits stylistically between dub, drum & bass, ambient, dub-techno, downtempo, post dubstep, deep techno and bass music.
After 6 years, over 25 releases and stacks of remixes under his DFRNT alias, Alex Cowles decided to switch things up in 2013 and start fresh as Stillhead.
He released his debut Dwelling EP on his own imprint Brightest Dark Place, following that with the expansive full-length album Iceberg with Here & Now. His following release, the Spiders EP saw Alex back home on his own label, which bridged the gap between "Iceberg" and his 2nd album Copenhagen.
Following "Copenhagen", Alex released 3 EPs in late 2018. Each showcasing a different stylistic approach. Alexithymia: EP, an ambient soundtrack,Recreational Beats, a set of tracks exploring drum & bass sounds and Experiments For An Unknown Science Fiction, an EP written for an imaginary sci-fi movie.
In addition to his own releases, Alex has completed remixes for a number of artists including Nick Warren, Machinedrum, Rumpistol, Youth and Troy Gunner. Alex has written the score for a short film, contributed tracks to various compilations (for the likes of Nick Warren's Balance Mix, Hospital Records/Med School's popular New Blood series, Pablo Bolivar's Avant Roots and the groundbreaking Traum Schallplatten label) and performed live as Stillhead in a number of places including Copenhagen, Tallinn, Riga and even Greenland.

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