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Andrew Vermin

Andrew Vermin

Andrew Vermin


Andrew Vermin is a composer, musician, bass player of the group "Imperitia". In his project of the same name Andrew Vermin creates music in a style of psychodelic minimalizm and primitive electronics. In his music one can find a great number of genres: from Ambient to EBM, from Disco to Darkwave and Funk... The main direction is a specific Ambient. Project Andrew Vermin originate in 2005, when Andrew Vermin found out the creativity of DVAR. He was inspired and created his first track - "Master of Fate". Read more on Last.fm
Andrew Vermin is a composer, musician, bass player of the group "Imperitia". In his project of the same name Andrew Vermin creates music in a style of psychodelic minimalizm and primitive electronics. In his music one can find a great number of genres: from Ambient to EBM, from Disco to Darkwave and Funk... The main direction is a specific Ambient.

Project Andrew Vermin originate in 2005, when Andrew Vermin found out the creativity of DVAR. He was inspired and created his first track - "Master of Fate". Later some more things were written, but they weren't published. The project started to function again in 2007.

Track "Lightning In The Darkness Fields" was like a new beginning. 2008 began with the single "Question". Later Andrew took bass for some time and made two strange albums: "X- Ray Vitamines" (8-bit Bass Grindcore) and "Six" (Noisy Bass Black Metal), which were something like a raw, underdone noise. It encouraged him for creation a grindcore project - "Verminile Trixyzolia".

After the release of an album of the "Verminile Trixyzolia" Andrew came back to electronics. The result of this coming back was an album "Casual", where were compositions of different styles and types. 2008 ended with the best, as Andrew himself thinks, album "Err 556E636872697374" (Psychedelic Ambient) and single "My Bass Wants To Kill Your Guitar" (Digital Funk Reggae). All Andrew Vermin's releases are made like internet-releases. Read more on Last.fm.

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