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A collection of songs I've done recently. These are non album tracks and some were for compilation albums.

 

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This is my new band, Vvlva: https://vvlva.bandcamp.com/album/silhouettes

Our new album Silhouettes will be released on Oct 18th. but you can listen to one song on Bandcamp already, it's called Night By Night.

As soon as the album is out, you'll be able to listen to the full album on any streaming platform etc. (or just order the beautiful limited marbled vinyl ;))

It's 70s soaked, Hammond Organ-driven hard rock, I also mixed the new record and I tried blending the Old School vibe with a sort of more modern (not really modern though :D) sound to get the "best of both worlds".

I've been in the band for a year now (I'm the drummer), so I'm not playing drums on the older 2 releases.

If you're from Germany or Switzerland and like this stuff, here's our tour dates (with Facebook event links):

18.10. – Aschaffenburg, Vvlva New Album Release Show - supp.: Daal Dazed
25.10. – Hamburg, Vvlva , support: Black&Lupin live at Bar 227
26.10. – Husum, Vvlva | Speicher Husum
27.10. – Berlin, Buddha Sentenza - Vvlva - Rising Dao | Zukunft am Ostkreuz
28.10. – Leipzig, Stö
29.10. – Weimar, 3 Years of OHM Vol.1: Vvlva | free show
30.10. – Passau, Vvlva | Finest Organ Driven Heavy / Psych Rock + The Dirt
31.10. – Olten (CH), Heavy Halloween: High Reeper // Crypt Trip // Vvlva
01.11. – Dortmund, VVLVA in Dortmund
02.11. – Oldenburg, Witch Sabbath Fest 2019
09.11. – Mannheim, World In Sound Happening / feat. Samsara Blues Experiment & more
20.12. – Würzburg, VUG + Vvlva / Dryad
11.01. – Frankfurt, Das Bett (Sky High Festival feat. The Sonic Dawn, more Info tba.)

Enjoy! And like us on FB https://www.facebook.com/vvlva/ and IG https://www.instagram.com/vvlva_band/

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no one here happens to be into black metal, are they?

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I've been doing some re-contextualized plunderphonic remixes. I've done some stuff like this before but I've never shared them here. I don't know if they'll up anybody's alley here but you never know. It's drug trippy ambient and half glitch. Nothing added on my part, just what was already recorded on his/their end.

 

 

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On 14/05/2020 at 2:21 AM, Jabberwocky said:

I've been doing some re-contextualized plunderphonic remixes. I've done some stuff like this before but I've never shared them here. I don't know if they'll up anybody's alley here but you never know. It's drug trippy ambient and half glitch. Nothing added on my part, just what was already recorded on his/their end.

 

 

Never even heard of Glitch!

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Curious to hear if anyone can relate to this?....

Last night I composed a piece of music that is electronic, hip hop influenced and short. Yet, when I stepped back from it and listened I realized that it was the purest expression of the impact the Grateful Dead have had on me lately. Musically and beyond. 

That is, the ideas and ideals of the Dead have absorbed into my being and naturally came out of me without intention to completely inform this very ‘un-Grateful Dead’ style tune.

i found this to be very profound. 

Like, the influence isn’t there on the chart. And it’s not in the performance - it’s electronic. Something more.

Has anyone had a similar experience, where a band gets into your heart and soul to that extent that the influence can be ‘felt’ even though there is no way to definitively present how it is the music you’ve created is influenced by the band/artist?

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3 hours ago, soon said:

Curious to hear if anyone can relate to this?....

Last night I composed a piece of music that is electronic, hip hop influenced and short. Yet, when I stepped back from it and listened I realized that it was the purest expression of the impact the Grateful Dead have had on me lately. Musically and beyond. 

That is, the ideas and ideals of the Dead have absorbed into my being and naturally came out of me without intention to completely inform this very ‘un-Grateful Dead’ style tune.

i found this to be very profound. 

Like, the influence isn’t there on the chart. And it’s not in the performance - it’s electronic. Something more.

Has anyone had a similar experience, where a band gets into your heart and soul to that extent that the influence can be ‘felt’ even though there is no way to definitively present how it is the music you’ve created is influenced by the band/artist?

Absolutely.  Pretty much everything I do vocally has been influenced by Elvis although I don't sing like him. 

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Just a little something I threw together tonight. I had a few in me so in no ways is it complete, just a snippet. This is something I'm submitting for a Twin Peaks fan film called Queen Of Hearts. It's very Peaksy but not a complete rip off of Angelo Badalamenti.

 

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