Fourteen legged German art pop monster, whose first 30 track album was captured entirely on mobile phones and remains the most experimental, cacophonous release in our catalogue.
They return with an EP this summer:
RHODODENDRON was recorded in three summer days in Jablonec, Czech Republic at the house of Kati Linek, a student of electronic music from Aarhus, Denmark. Kati and the band squeezed drums, guitar amps, keyboards and microphones in her kitchen and living room whilst seven Muscovy ducks splashed in the garden pond. A racket was recorded, an EP of domestic bliss.
In true VIVIAN VOID tradition the physical release is something special. Each individual greeting card includes an absolutely unique 10 second snippet of music from their rehearsal room, recorded directly onto a flash storage device that plays when the card is opened. An A4 photograph poster by Pola Sell is included too and the full EP is available as a Bandcamp download code in a choice of audio formats.
Also, for the first time, Vivian Void’s marvellous music will be available to stream and download on Spotify, iTunes and most other digital stores.
"...uses lofi synth and wavering vocal octaves to weave an intricate cocoon of art around the listener. One has landed in a void that is neither heaven nor hell, but somewhere beyond"