The Bobbleheads

Formed in 2003, the Bobbleheads, John Ashfield (guitar, vocals), Phil Bulan (drums, vocals), Eugene Koh (bass) have been delighting audiences with their songs of playful yet adult elementary-school infused pop. Their melodies will stick with you long after the song is over, but don't confuse catchy with kitschy. Their bottom line is held down by Phil's steady-on drumming and Eugene's rock-in-your-face bass. John's lyrics reveal they are happy music geeks, making the perfect 3-minute song and having fun along the way. According to The Bobbleheads, the world isn't such a bad place after all.
Posts from: The Bobbleheads
7/21/14
Phil drives his drums in style!




Posts from: The Bobbleheads
7/21/14
"Turn the radio on (the PERfect song)" got on the radio! Big thanks to Rodney on the Roq & David Bash!!!




Posts from: Garrett Cash
7/20/14
I need to tell you guys how much I am gobsmacked by the phenomenal nature of your most recent record. I am an obsessive fan of The Beatles, The Byrds, The Monkees, Big Star, The Smithereens, etc. you name it, and I also occasionally write for No Depression (the premier roots music magazine). To put it simply, I listen to and enjoy music on a different level than most people do (not trying to brag, just wanting to elevate this compliment to y'all as much as I can). I first heard "Mean Girls" from your music video and was immediately impressed, but when I heard the whole album I was flabbergasted by its quality. There is not a single song on it that even gets close to below-par. As a musician I am wildly jealous, I wish I could just play the whole thing live and claim your brilliancy for myself. The songs on "Make Yourself Happy" make me feel the same kind of exhilarating joy and breathtaking awe that I get when I hear a Beatles record. That is essentially the highest compliment I can give. The chorus of "Don't Ya Go" is more catchy than baseball's best outfielder, the Beatle chords on "Prove Yourself" might be more Beatlesque than The Beatles, and "Who's Gonna Love You?" punches hard with delicious appeal. All of you are exceptional musicians, and the vocals are superbly strong. I'm all the way on the other side of America in Georgia, but I almost want to push a San Francisco trip to the front of my agenda so I can see you live. I'm working on starting a power pop trio as I write this, and I'm praying that I can somehow avoid completely ripping you off. Thank you for the music, and please, please keep it coming. Garrett C.




Posts from: The Bobbleheads
7/18/14
You want me to drum?




Posts from: The Bobbleheads
7/17/14
Summer guitars!




Posts from: The Bobbleheads
6/28/14
The Bobbleheads @ the sf eagle!




Posts from: The Bobbleheads
6/24/14
The Bobbleheads are currently digging... "He ain't heavy, he's my brother" - Per Gessle http://youtu.be/Ma8HZb5IXTQ