You know how sometimes you go to a hardcore show and, for some reason, there's a band on the bill that musically has no business being there, but just seems to work? These are those bands.
Hawkline brings the best that indie-rock has to offer. With hints of everything from Matthew Sweet to On The Might Of Princes, this band will not bore you.
Headacher, on the other hand ("...by no means easy listening." -Punknews.org) supplies enough noisy post-hardcore (in the vein of Drive Like Jehu, Jawbox, Hoover, Quicksand, etc...) to make you swear it was 1994.
The deluxe packaged copies on clear vinyl are sold out, but it is now available on black or white vinyl, in a hand-screened, hand-numbered, recycled chipboard sleeve, and is limited to 100 copies. This is the remainder of the first press, previously unavailable in these colors.
Check it out at head2wallrecords.bandcamp.com/