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Leo VK

Leo VK

Leo VK


Leo VK is a songwriter and synth musician from Bromley in Kent, who began writing and recording his own music in 2008. Also keyboard player with Kent based "prog-pop" band Dogstand, Leo VK has recently begun writing and recording his own material. Influenced by mid-90's britpop, progressive rock bands such as Genesis and alternative punk bands such as XTC and The Futureheads. Most of his songs feature heavy emphasis on vintage synthesisers, and a trademark Farfisa organ. Read more on Last.fm
Leo VK is a songwriter and synth musician from Bromley in Kent, who began writing and recording his own music in 2008. Also keyboard player with Kent based "prog-pop" band Dogstand, Leo VK has recently begun writing and recording his own material. Influenced by mid-90's britpop, progressive rock bands such as Genesis and alternative punk bands such as XTC and The Futureheads. Most of his songs feature heavy emphasis on vintage synthesisers, and a trademark Farfisa organ. His first single "What's The Matter Now?" was released on his own label Snail's Pace Records through iTunes & AmazonMP3 in April 2009. His second single "Crash and Burn", the first song he ever wrote, was released on 22nd March 2010. Dogstand's first album "Wonky Love Songs" is also nearly complete, and will be released sometime in 2010. Leo VK plays keyboards on this album and some lead vocals. Leo VK's official website can be found at www.LeoVK.com. He also frequently posts updates on micro-blogging site Twitter at www.twitter.com/LeoVK.

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