Vlad Holiday with Pageants
October 16 7:00 pm PDT
Doors Open: 6:30pm$10
NYC based indie Lofi artist Vlad Holiday is releasing his debut EP Fall Apart With Me. Written, produced and recorded by Holiday in his studio on tape and instruments from previous eras, he found his creative process by using the old to create something new. On the opening track, Holiday sings of a “Phonograph,” (a machine invented by Thomas Edison in the 1800’s) romanticizing the past, a melody from long ago, and willing to break down and lose himself in it. The distinct vocal sound throughout the EP was recorded on a microphone from the 1950’s, almost searching for this classic sound and inflection of a time when music perhaps meant something more.
Vlad Holiday fled his birthplace of Bucharest, Romania after his family received death threats from their government. Fast forward years of searching for himself and his sound, writing, recording and touring with other projects, Holiday began producing and releasing music under his own moniker. Music that’s tinged with the past he might have endured, always somewhat melancholy even in the brighter moments. Songs that aim to represent human emotions, love, tragedy and everything in-between, told through his own story. On the EP’s closing track “Twisted the Covers,” Holiday sings “But it always ends so vicious / So baby fall apart with me,” a simple acknowledgment that everything fades and nothing lasts, but maybe going into it accepting that fact may just make for a better, and a more real experience.
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