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Mahi Mahi

Mahi Mahi

Mahi Mahi


Back in April of 2002, frustrated witht he confines of the traditional rock outfit, P. Sir VZO and V. von RICCI formed MAHI/MAHI, a two-piece project built to make unconventional dance music without the use of sequencing. There was no particular vision initially. The two just fired up what they had for equipment to work with (VZO drum kit, electronic drum triggers / VVR mid 60s Acetone organ, some vocal effects) and just began playing. A sound was immediately found, by accident, and within a couple of week they had a set of music to work with. Read more on Last.fm
Back in April of 2002, frustrated witht he confines of the traditional rock outfit, P. Sir VZO and V. von RICCI formed MAHI/MAHI, a two-piece project built to make unconventional dance music without the use of sequencing. There was no particular vision initially. The two just fired up what they had for equipment to work with (VZO drum kit, electronic drum triggers / VVR mid 60s Acetone organ, some vocal effects) and just began playing.

A sound was immediately found, by accident, and within a couple of week they had a set of music to work with. Because of their differing backgrounds in music, the songs were quite unique. VVR's rock'n'roll/electronic/no wave influences echoed a new generation of Suicide or Teenage Jesus angst with the hopefulness of Bowie ala Diamond Dogs. While VZO's prog/trip hop/ rock'n'roll influences held solid, innovative beats that sizzled like Tricky with the thunderous precision of John Bonham. This mistaken sound gained them instant recognition in the Providence "noise music" scene. From the moment they took the stage at the Munch House, in Olneyville Rhode Island, dressed all in white, armed with their own sound system and flashing red and blue lights, they earned a following. Read more on Last.fm.

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