‘Two Heads Bis Bis’ is a twisted bedtime story, a dark poem, an alchemist’s magic diary of secrets. Oldman (aka Charles Eric Charrier) employs the typical trio of ‘rock’ instrumentation (bass, guitars, drums) along with several rather atypical sound generating devices to sculpt a truly intense lo-fi masterpiece, a dreamy album drenched in fuzzy smoke: a dark, melancholic, weird and ultimately therapeutic experience. This is post-’something’ in the true sense of the term, as Oldman transcends most musical genres to create something unique and exciting. Repetitive rock-inspired patterns, tribal percussive jams, improvisation, organic ambience and lots of dark humor. This is what popular music would be like in an ideal world.