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Viodre is JVIBG (Jonathan Velv Is Bryan Gilroy). who is the only steady member. Originally, an act of 3 people. As time went on JVIBG started to handle most of the work himself. Jared, one of the two who originally started Viodre with JVIBG, still contributes with recordings and live performances. Live, Viodre ranges from only JVIBG to as many as four people (so far). The line-up changes often.

Live, Viodre usually goes for absolute sonic cacophony.

Studio recordings on the other hand are a lot more disciplined and densely edited.


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  • motih

    Where are they from?

    19 Jun 10:51am Reply
  • RubberTerror

    One of the best noise releases ever. [2] (i'm assuming this is in reference to Interpol Alchemi)

    11 Sep 2013 Reply
  • sksnd

    i cannot find cuntlike / at the gates of rhythm ANYWHERE

    28 Aug 2013 Reply
  • gorillamunch

    do these cats ever play live?

    12 Dec 2012 Reply
  • PiecesOfQuiet

    Perispirit is worth checking out if you like Vidore.

    7 Mar 2012 Reply
  • PiecesOfQuiet

    One of the best noise releases ever.

    6 Feb 2012 Reply
  • mayersa

    Good collab indeed, but I think the new Viodre CD is more ambitious in striking out its own path. Ahlzagailzehguh is an expert in his field but after a while the sandblasting kind of noise he does loses impact for me personally.

    12 Jan 2012 Reply
  • ibreatheoxygen

    I've only heard one of them, but it just sounded like Ahlazagailzehguh to me. I think since the extreme harshness of Ahlzagailzehguh would drown out all the subtle nuances of Viodre's sound, Viodre, out of necessity, went for more of an ear-splitting harsh feel on that, which sort of betrays how atmospheric and deep Viodre typically is. Still a good collab from what I remember.

    8 Jan 2012 Reply
  • mayersa

    Having only heard his collaborations with Ahlz... in the past I had expected something in that vein but this is much better. Was not expecting something nearly this ambitious or unique. I'm floored.

    26 Dec 2011 Reply
  • OnanismMonthly

    the new album is perfect.

    8 Dec 2011 Reply
  • Eirikir

    Excellent stuff

    26 Dec 2010 Reply
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