Zvi

Dear Pink / Undenied

ZVI - Dear Pink / Undenied 7"

Zvi

Dear Pink / Undenied

EP

Limited 7" single pressed on pink vinyl, featuring cover art by Paul Cristina and photography by Justina Villanueva.
Edition of 100.
60 Translucent Tangerine Pink
40 Translucent Violet Pink

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Release Date: February 22, 2019
Catalog ID: NEF-43

A – Dear Pink
B – Undenied

Zvi is Ron Varod – voice, guitars, synths, programming, electronics

“Dear Pink” written by Ron Varod
Engineered, produced, and mixed by Randall Dunn May 2017 – March 2018
Additional musicians:
Randall Dunn – synth design, sound design, buchla(va)
Toby Driver – bass guitar

“Undenied” written by Geoff Barrow and Beth Gibbons
Published by chrysalis music (ASCAP)
Recorded and mixed at home by Ron Varod fall 2016

Mastered by Brian Pyle summer 2018
Cover art by Paul Cristina
Photography by Justina Villanueva
Layout by Greg Meisenberg
Zvi emblem by Ron Varod

℗&© 2018 Nefarious Industries.

Reviews

“Ron Varod (Kayo Dot, Psalm Zero, Sabbath Assembly, etc) has created one of the most moving records of 2019, which is why we feel so honored to be sharing with you this amazing video… This record is sonic proof that music has the power to build and destroy. ZVI’s music is making me feel human again!” – CVLT Nation

Anna Calvi meets Peter Gabriel meets Glassjaw? That’s a pretty apt description for this mind-bending, slow-burning song. It starts out with just some psychedelic electric guitar, but it turns into something much grander.” – BrooklynVegan

“‘Dear Pink’ builds slowly, moving us from passages that threaten to fade into silence to others that are deeply emotional, cathartic. Guitars buzz and chime, electronic glitches flicker throughout and the percussion provides the faintest heartbeat against an enigmatic vocal line slow to reveal its secrets. ZVI offers up an intriguing and appropriately dark ‘Undenied’ that’s one part darkened prayer, one part invocation of the muse.” – PopMatters

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