With its inception in 2014, Rắn Cạp Đuôi Collective, originally consisted of guitarist Phạm Thế Vũ and producer Đỗ Tấn Sĩ. They were later joined by 8th row Boadrum alumni Trần Duy Hưng of the Hanoi based cultural and arts group “the Onion Cellar” on drums. In the beginning RCĐ worked with a number of Saigon based art institutions including Sàn Art, Sao La Collective, Galerie Quynh, and The Factory but remained primarily an online presence through the prolific efforts of the original members. During this time RCĐ expanded to include American Israel Rowland on bass and Canadian multi-instrumentalists Colton Cox and Bjorn Bols whose expansive discography and talents helped continue to diversify the collectives sound. In early 2017, RCĐ was joined by multi-instrumentalist and producer Zach Schreier (Sao La) who had previously worked for a number of projects in the United States and would work creatively on the collectives contemporary work. The primary members of Rắn Cạp Đuôi Collective consist of Vu, Si, and Zach fulfilling much of the collectives music output.
During late 2017 and continuing into 2018, RCD expanded to include frequent feature multi-instrumentalist Lý Hà Trang, primary multimedia artist Josie Rae Turnbull, graphic designer Đi ăn kem không em, visual artists Thảo NG and Phạm Ngoc Thu Thủy, singer songwriter Fen Labyrinth, film maker Thuy Ca, as well as guitarist Đỗ Hoàng Tuấn Anh.
Rắn Cạp Đuôi is the arch nemesis of the northern-Vietnam band Tonkin Yawnin. They are a mess of leftover post-ambient sounds thrown in a prog rock's guotarist microwave and just heated up until shit happens. Very good guys. The band's producer's favorite film is the grown ups series by adam sandler
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