The POWER POP/Rock craze continues with VIX20! The duo who take you back to the sounds of the KINKS and the KNACK now add in a dash of They Might Be Giants to the MiX! Taking a satirical political turn they have a bit of fun with that person who has taken up Part Time residence of the White House in Washington DC, you know the Bestie of Putin and Kim, the famous cat grabber and I don’t mean what Mrs Slocombe was referring to in that classic Brit Comedy Are You Being Served? Check out the insights to the new song right below and make sure to Stream the heck out of this one #MadeAGreatsongAgain #MAGA #thenewMAGA
Vix20 are Gary Mills and CJ, two music industry veterans who grew so disillusioned with the state of every element of the music industry that they threw their guitars out of the window and sulked for a few years. Now rejuvenated, though no less prickly about the Modern Age, they return, to quote the band themselves, “we’re hard rockers turned to the dark side of pop”. As evidenced on their previous single, Digital Age, their passion for power pop (don’t say ‘punk pop’ to them, it suggests too much jumping around) and dexterity with words combines to become insanely catchy 3-minute thunderbolts. Joining them in the videos and when they play live are on the Drums it’s Rich and on the Bass it’s Kill.
Forthcoming double A-side Hashtag Change/Me Gwanishi pushes the envelope even further with the glorious cut-up tones of Donald Trump delivering a love letter to his beloved Melania. Lawyers be damned!
Forget the Flipside….Vix20 return with a double A side single from there (eventual) forth coming album. Digital Age.
aka the Trump Song…. People don’t really change; they just try to live their best life, and in that regard Big Donny nailed it. In this frank and open love letter to Melania, Don tells us what was on his mind the whole time.
Me Gwanishi (Mei Guanxi)
Inspired by the short film Room 13 (released 2020), Gwanishi describes how best to deal with an experience you’re probably not supposed to have. The tune features on the film’s soundtrack.