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Sexual Telepathy

by VNIX

Dark pop, experimental electronic
Genre: Pop: Synth Pop
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VNIX has put on concerts in Philadelphia's Love Park, at venues like Kung Fu Necktie, NYC's Underground Lounge, and showcases such as ETC Performance Art Series. In 2015, he was selected as an emerging artist to perform at World Cafe Live's Beta Hi-Fi Emerging Music Festival 2015. Since then, he has released a 4 song EP titled "500" which was mixed by Mike Roberts of Betty Who and later premiered a music video for the single "Creep". VNIX has spent his time performing around NYC and Philly, recording and releasing live albums of original songs and covers, which can be found on his youtube and Soundcloud channels. Currently, VNIX is recording his first full length album "Horror Romance", which unlike his EP, will be produced entirely by himself and introduce his transition into a more electronic, dark-pop, experimental sound. The album is said to be part of a bigger story and art project and is set to be released sometime in 2019-2020.

Representing a new era of struggling artists who take art into their own hands, VNIX does it all; designing, producing, creative directing, editing, marketing, choreographing, writing, composing, drawing, programming, conceptualizing, and playing his own instruments. He challenges the limitations put on male pop musicians in the industry to fit a certain mold of masculinity by continuing to create outlandish visual and conceptual art, develop his own style and rules of music, and design fashion without inhibitions or gender prisons.

As well, he works to showcase the potential of artists from lower to middle class families who have little to nothing but their active imaginations to help them create or fund their art. "Being an artist during the student loan crisis has been the most detrimental aspect to helping us pursue careers in this field. You're in debt, you have no credit score, you can't take out loans or credit cards, forget buying a house or renting an apartment, forget about a car, and you're left with no choice but to take on various jobs outside your field sometimes working all day and all night just to raise some money to pay them off and support your own life. At the end of the day, you're left with hardly any money to put into your art, hardly any time to rehearse or practice, and your energy and state of mind is depleted. The resilience and talent of these artists still trying is truly impressive and cannot be overlooked. This industry wants you to already have a huge following and do all the work for them before they even consider signing you or helping support you, so it caters to upper middle and upper class artists who can already afford to fund their art, market themselves, and have more time and energy to devote to all the aspects of it. Sadly, much of the creativity in this world comes from those of us struggling, because that's all we ever had to turn anything in our lives around... our imaginations."

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