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A la fin de l'aventure MK Ultra (pop expérimentale) en 1999, l'américain John Vanderslice (chant-guitare) décide de poursuivre sa voix en solo. Taquin de nature, il débute en 2000 avec une chanson intitulée "Bill Gates must die" qu'il envoie à la multinationale Microsoft. Elevé au son de Led Zeppelin, The Kinks et Creedence Clearwater Revival, il commence, cependant, la musique par le piano. Compositeur acharné (folk, indie rock.), il met en boite pas moins de 6 albums (+ un live) en… en lire plus

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  • Dagger Beach is wonderful— sounds like a synthesis of all JV's previous albums.
  • Dagger Beach is pretty great. It took a few listens but I definitely like it a lot right now.
  • I can't wait to hear both DAGGER BEACH and his cover of DIAMOND DOGS! May can't come fast enough! For those who aren't aware, you can pledge/preorder here:
  • i'm also listening to emerald city and you can even hear that "electronic garbage" on that record, js :)
  • hm... i'm a huge fangirl and romanian names is, if not my favorite, the record of his i've listened to the most. i just love the atmosphere.
  • @jenhavu - Frankly, I'm disappointed by everything that falls short of Cellar Door, but that's not very fair of me :P
  • As a massive JV fanboy who's worked his merch table multiple times, it pains me to say he peaked with Pixel & Emerald. Romanian Names was so-so and White Wilderness was huge letdown. Still, he dominates my heart. I just hope he takes a few steps back towards rock and further from electronic garbage.
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  • Better yet, he'd known it before you even posted. See you in Berlin, hopefully, John, but you already know.

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