Konzert / Indie, Pop & Psychedelic Death And Vanilla

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© photo 1: Death And Vanilla © Anna Branhede / photo 2: Daily Vacation
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Using vintage musical equipment (vibraphone, organ, mellotron, tremolo guitar and moog), Death And Vanilla revel in the warmth of older analogue instruments to create an organic sound, each loose wire and off-kilter noise adding to the rich atmosphere.

Over ten years after they formed in Malmö (Sweden), Death And Vanilla released their latest album, Flicker, last spring. With their unique pop music defying categorisation, they’ve returned reborn, re-arranged and revitalised after assimilating dub reggae, the motorik spirals of Can, the modal meander of Philip Glass and The Cure’s dreamier pop sounds, plus the twice removed symphonic ambience of Spiritualized and Talking Heads under heavy manners from Brian Eno. Death And Vanilla sound both as if everything is possible, and like nothing else.

For fans of:

Jane Weaver, Vanishing Twin

Death And Vanilla — Out For Magic (Official Video)

Daily Vacation emerged in 2011 as a three-piece band from Ralph Zeimet’s darker electro-rock project Fracture thanks to the influence of long-term collaborators Sébastien Laas (Cyclorama) and Mike Tock (Metro). Heavily inspired by the bright and positive vibes of the early 2010’s chill and synth-wave movements, Daily Vacation have always played with the contrasts between raw and energetic DIY garage rock, endlessly layered moody ambient sequences and somewhat cliché imagery of escapism: beaches, palm trees and piña coladas.