Screen Vinyl Image | Interceptors

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Interceptors

by Screen Vinyl Image

Debut full length from electro-psychedelic outfit. John Carpenter/Tangerine Dream synths, JAMC/MBV guitars, and slamming electronic beats.
Genre: Rock: Psychedelic
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1. Synthetic Apparition
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2. Cathode Ray
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3. Slipping Away
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4. Fever
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5. Asteroid Exile
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6. Lost in Repeat
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7. Until the End of Time
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8. Death Defiance
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9. What You Need
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10. Conscience Collider
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11. Chaser
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Screen Vinyl Image is formed by ex-members of
DC shoegazer’s Alcian Blue and members have
also worked in Skywave and Ceremony. Their
music is best described as Electronic Psychedelic,
with infl uences that range from early electronic
artists like Tangerine Dream, Patrick Cowley, John
Carpenter, and early Chicago House to shoegaze/
psychedelic bands like Curve, The Jesus & Mary
Chain, Loop, Suicide, and My Bloody Valentine.

While the duo has only been around for a little over a
year, their tour schedule has reached near 50 shows
including touring with Ulrich Schnauss, Auburn Lull,
The December Sound, and shows with A Place To
Bury Strangers and A Sunny Day in Glasgow. Their live
show has been compared by many to Suicide and My
Bloody Valentine both in volume levels and intensity and
their DIY visuals combined with 2,100 watts of strobes
take their audience into a trip of sensory overdrive.

Screen Vinyl Image have released a 5-song EP
(The Midnight Sun), a single (Chaser), a split 12
inch (Ceremony/SVI), and now release their debut
full length “Interceptors.” The album presents
the full gamut of the band’s infl uences, from
atmospheric synths, dancy electronic beats, tripped
out drones over hypnotic samples, and of course
layers of fuzz and guitar over slamming beats.


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