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Zru Vogue

Zru Vogue

Zru Vogue


Zru Vogue is a postpunk avant-pop band formed in Palo Alto, California in 1980, when three former members of Idiot (a 70s glam-rock-punk band steeped in irony) began experimenting with pop music by blending African tribal and Middle Eastern rhythms, ambient, and British-influenced avant-garde rock with dada sensibilities, minimal electronics, and funk-rock guitars. Zru Vogue’s first single “Nakweda Dream” was released by independent San Francisco label Adolescent Records in February 1981. Read more on Last.fm
Zru Vogue is a postpunk avant-pop band formed in Palo Alto, California in 1980, when three former members of Idiot (a 70s glam-rock-punk band steeped in irony) began experimenting with pop music by blending African tribal and Middle Eastern rhythms, ambient, and British-influenced avant-garde rock with dada sensibilities, minimal electronics, and funk-rock guitars. Zru Vogue’s first single “Nakweda Dream” was released by independent San Francisco label Adolescent Records in February 1981. "Nakweda Dream" was a college radio hit, topping indie playlists. The record's B-side, "Cumulonimbus" (spelled out phonetically on the record sleeve), was an atmospheric percussion-heavy experimental track described by England's New Musical Express as a "neo-African avalanche," that also received widespread airplay on college radio. "Nakweda Dream/Cumulonimbus" received critical acclaim in the alternative press, including Sub-pop who named it the best independent single of 1981.

In 1985, after releasing an album and playing the club circuit, the group disbanded, but the core duo of Rick Cuevas and Andrew Jackson reformed Zru Vogue in 2002 and since has recorded and released several albums of new material. Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..
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