Edward Gains has been making lo-fi albums in various bedrooms around the world since 1996's "Shit Magnet". Armed with a four-track, bought from the proceeds of a medical experiment, a few beaten up guitars and a casio keyboard with a few missing keys, Edward has made seven albums to date, not counting his 2004 anthology "Edweird". Slowing down slightly after his 2001 album, "Oh, Why?", Edward began recording and playing live with his band, The Demi Whores, who hope to have an album out by the end of 2005. "Bel Hevi" is the latest Edward Gains offering and is a less lo-fi affair, gains moving away from the 4-track used on his previous 6 albums and now recording on a home computer. Don't worry though, plenty of $20 microphones were destroyed in the making of this album and all instruments are planted firmly 'in the red'. "The new album, is dare I say it, a departure from my previous records, just because there is more noise on there. Some tracks have 3 drum kits and 10 guitars. I have to admit I had alot of fun going crazy with all the extra tracks on my computer. Like a giant bearded baby with a brand new toy"