Artist: Meme Vivaldi
Title: 420 Deluxe
Keywords: experimental ambient drone new age noise tape music Virginia
At the Rehab Jazz Coctail organized by Meme Vivaldi we meet jolly dwarfs, tiny creatures that dance happily in their micro costumes and mini boots to the sounds of happily bright music. They throw in some words only other happy dwarfs could understand, but you just know it’s all about being jolly. They wobble around on a Valium like jazz sauce that is a bit odd to the ears for us biggies – but we will still are able to catch the funky swing of it all.
Memes Vivaldi sets out in another sweet music direction with the cute sounding piece that is lovingly titled ‘420’. This one is like a candy, very brightly colored, caring to the ears and psychedelic to the mind; a warm collage of mini mellow melodies and hanging tones…
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Our old friend Meme Vivaldi returns with a deluxe version of a very limited tape release from the previous year 2017.
The prehistoric man, the neolithic myth, the supra-ancient legend is back! Meme Vivaldi (Afrika Pseudobruitismus) returns to Ingrown for their third cassette with us and we couldn’t be more honored and excited to present this very special release to you.
More than just a re-issue, 420 Deluxe builds on a very limited self-release to offer three times the art and twice the tunes. You could call it part album, part live performance, and part unreleased music! You know when erik puts his mind to it, the art is going to be fantastic and the sounds both silly, engaging, and absolutely spectacular. The sides may be pretty self-contained but each one is a wacky thrill ride from start to finish. Included on the B-Side is an unreleased (and extra spectacular) Afrika Pseudobruitismus track, as well as a live performance recording from 2016. That’s right, we’re putting out unreleased Afrika Pseudobruitismus in 2018!!!
Meme Vivaldi’s 420 Deluxe now available on Chrome cassette in the Ingrown store.
We’re truly blessed to announce the return of our friend Will from Goat Lightning, Earth Tones, and Alosi Den ! Will has been with us since the very beginning when he first sent us a track for Spring Sprouts in 2012. Released on Ingrown in 2015, his album Light that Blinds (and Sister’s Crystals before that) remains one of my favorite releases. Healers builds on some of the sounds and themes of previous projects while forging something new altogether.
Healers is a brand new project with lots of exciting new tunes to come, and we can’t wait to see what happens next. Hope you enjoy, and be sure to check out all those other projects, as well.
Now available on Chrome cassette from the Ingrown store.