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The KVB - Tremors

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Formed in 2010 by Nicholas Wood, The KVB blend reverb-soaked shoegaze with minimalist electronic production, evolving their sound over the 2010s. Joined by Kat Day in 2011, their debut album "Always Then" in 2012 marked the beginning of a journey characterized by brittle beats and sonic blasts. With releases like "Immaterial Visions" and "Of Desire," they explored experimental electronic realms. "Only Now Forever" in 2018 showcased a freer approach, while 2021's "Unity" saw them blending retro-futuristic synths with danceable rhythms. Their evolution reflects a mastery of atmosphere and an ongoing commitment to sonic exploration.
'Tremors', the latest release by The KVB, serves as a tantalizing preview of their upcoming album set to debut on April 5, 2024. Known for their mastery of atmospheric soundscapes, Nicholas Wood and Kat Day deliver another standout track that showcases their expertise. From the opening notes, 'Tremors' captivates with its brisk pace and melodic dynamism, complemented by Nicholas' serene yet expressive vocals. The electronically-infused composition, paired with a visually captivating black-and-white video, sets a compelling tone for the forthcoming album. With 'Tremors,' The KVB reaffirms their status as innovators in the realm of electronic music, promising an exciting and immersive musical experience for listeners.

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Add date: 2024-04-04 / Music reviews

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