Auckland based long stayers in the Dark-end - wave genre with a sound reminiscent of The Cure, Joy Division, Magazine and Gary Numan. Core members, Mitchell - guitars/vocals and Cat - synth, have, through the years, worked with numerous other musicians and engineers to produce some inspiring, well crafted musical gems consisting of just the right percentage of ingredients. Elements of darkness and guitar atmospherics melded into their trade mark dark-pop quirkiness.
They were first conceived in the very early part of 1995 and cemented themselves firmly and very quickly within the New Zealand weirdo alternative scene yet staying strong with a sound infectious and familiar enough to attract and reel in any member of the general gig going public. They've performed quite extensively in their time, playing many a Club Bizarre event (due to the demand of fans) including the Nocturne-annual Gothic Ball their biggest event to date, and supporting a varied assortment of fellow New Zealand bands at pretty much every venue around town.
Antoinettes Head never released an album of their own but had their song "Night of the Vampire" feature on CLUB BIZARRE's first compilation release, Solid Goth Hits Vol.1 in 1999 and the track "Make my Day" on the 2004 Re-Inventing Sheep compilation CD from the same label.