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V​.​V​.​I​.​A. (Venus Volcanism & In Atlas)

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V.V.I.A Is a collaboration between the Greek artist Venus Volcanism and the Danish artist In Atlas. The artists are trying to create an environment — an imaginary field — in searching for, doubting and redefining ideas of love, hate, frustration, anger, existence and humanity with a sense of imperfection. Their music contains different kinds of sounds including theremin, synthesizers, samples and vocals in the sphere of darkwave, postpunk and techno.


Black 7"singles // Ltd to 30 unique copies.
Recorded live & cut directly on Vinylograph in Oct' 2018.

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The Vinylograph is an automated vinyl cutting machine designed and constructed by Vienna–based artists Natascha Muhić and Christoph
Freidhöfer, and inspired by record booths from the 1940s. You sing/speak into the microphone, while the sound is cut into vinyl. Special thing about it is that the records are all cut in real-time, directly. Which also means that all along surrounding sounds (might) get captured as well. Every Vinylograph record cut is a singleton.
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released October 10, 2018

All music by: Venus Volcanism & In Atlas
sound engineer: Aras Seyhan and Natascha Muhic
cover artwork: Nieuw NDG (Ivan Antunovic)
recordet in a vinylograph recording session / mono 7" lathe cut
edition of 30 unique pieces


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Vinylograph Vienna, Austria

Vinylograph is an automated vinyl cutting machine designed and constructed by Vienna–based artists Natascha Muhić and Christoph
Freidhöfer, and inspired by record booths from the 1940s. Every Vinylograph record cut is a singleton.

www.vinylograph.at
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