Gogogo Airheart are a unique and easily-recognizable feature on the landscape of eccentric, experimental modern pop/rock. Recorded at various San Diego locations during the winter of 2001-02, Exitheuxa is their 4th full-length
release. Although revered for their bravehearted dub-heavy postpunk,
GGGAH venture well beyond this easy pigeonhole in their newer compositions. This album is their most straight-ahead "rock" record to date - though it's unlike anyone else's 'brand' to say the least. Useful reference points might also include Pere Ubu, Happy Mondays, Unrest, and mid-'70's era Rolling Stones. The instrumentation is much more diverse than in the past, incorporating saxophone, trumpet, acoustic guitars and piano.