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Freds Review

"......His debut album 'MELT'is without a doubt one of my favourite albums by an unsigned artist - and i ve heard plenty. Now Eden has released the long awaited( fofr me anyway)follow up, 'NO MIND'

A sadder , more subdued affair than 'Melt' , 'No Mind' showcases Edens humanity, delving deep inside his soul in search of the universe within him.This is the theme throughout No Mind giving the album much more focus than his debut............

Mo Mind isnt so much a collection of songs as it is a mosaic of feelings and vulnerability. As a result,it represents an important new dimension to this highly talented artist, already impressive capabilities.

This music needs to be heard.


(Indie news &

Beat magazine

" The initial response t hearing Mark Edens second album No Mind, is more than likely to be "How has a singer / Songwriter possessing such talent remained unsigned? "

This is sertainly a valid question. Dare I say" He is one of the most popular and most sucessful unsigned artist's I know of. Boasting a loyal live performance following and being voted for best unsigned artist in 2001, surley justifies my claim.......

The melodies born from this musician, are nothing short of harmonious and aurally pleasing.No Mind is however one of those albums that needs to be listened to a few times before you can reach that distinct appreciation.

The exceptional beauty of No Mind is definitely worth the wait though.If Edens music were personified his vocals and instruments would be holding hands together.......

Providing a sense of purity as he captures an emotion and then allows 'the music to write itself

Adding to the sense of integrity is the tribal element existing in most of his music.Their is a sheer honesty in this music that cannot be ignored..........

A magnificent awareness of music is evident and the unpretentious nature of Edens composition is truly inspiring .

He is taking music back to its original element-propelling sincerity ,charm and most importantly ,integrity."

Sarah Ortenzio ( Beat Magazine)1 May 2001

Australian Music Week should be every week.


"Three Studies For A Portrait", part of a series of animations on which Mark collaborated with Tina Gonsalves, were shown on SBS EAT CARPET. More are to be screened in the coming months. Yay!!

Eat Carpet have purchased the screening rights for the 2002 series of animations, which have won awards internationally. Details of these awards coming soon.


-Mark voted one of the best unsigned atrists by 3PBS radio.

-Garma Festival in North East Arnhem Land, Mark supported Yothu Yindi in front of their home crowd to a great response.

-TV screening of Yothu Yindi video clips "Ghost Spirits" and "Community Life" on which Mark collaborated with Tina Gonsalves.

Channel Seven's "AMV" for the behind the scenes production of
the video clips.

-TV screening of Nokturnl's new video clip "Same Old Song", another Tina Gonsalves collaboration.

-Video clips of Mark's songs from "Melt", including "Remember Me", "Lonely World", "DressDown" "Goddess From Nowhere" and "Hear Me Flying" on rotation on Rage, MTV and Channel V.

-The Division Media Arts festival in Vienna, Austria dedicates a retrospective screening to all the experimetal works which Mark and Tina Gonsalves created over the previous six years.

-The 2000 St.Kilda Film Festival screens "Wounded"

-The Australina Centre of Contemporary art screens work
in the 2000 Next Wave Festival.

-Short experimental animation, "Memoir Of My Reproduction", a
collaboration with artist Tina Gonsalves screened on Eat Carpet(SBS) on May 15th.

-Animation "Wounded" screens in the European Media Arts Festival's program "Vee-Jay Groove - Dedicated to the Heroes of Sound and Vision" in Osnabruk, Germany.

-The Dallas Film Festival screens three animations.

-The Global Multimedia Interface is screenig seven of the animations daily on a 66 metre screen in Leicester Square in London.

JANUARY 2002: CD Launch

Mark Eden and his band launched 'No Mind' at The Evelyn Hotel in Fitzroy. Some would say that the sound that night was bigger than Robbie Sharvishnu. The MCG sound in downtown Fitzroy!!! The follow up gig the next night at The Laundry, also in Fizroy, was a' beautiful personal affair' according to Mark.


Mark and his band performed at the Australian Music Week Showcase in Sydney!! Other artists included Dallas Crane, Lucid and Oscillate, and many other damn fine Australian acts.
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