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"I Luv Luv Birds- Mysteries of Magnetism"

I Luv Luv Birds is Marc Mozga's newest project with his girl, Holly Prindle. He plays stuff and she sings. It's indescribably great music. Although it's rooted in dub reggae a la The Mad Professor, there are elements of various modes of electronic music, including Cabaret Voltaire's early industrial, new styles 8-bit and glitch, and some sound collage aesthetics to keep it interesting. This is one bass-heavy, pulsing, psychedelic collection of music.

Ever read William Gibson's Neuromancer? This is the music that I imagine the Rasta space colony listened to. - Mr. Phreek's Anokist Emporium

"Ill on Remedies"

i luv luv birds
ill on remedies
(I Luv Luv Birds)
The Chicago duo of Marc Mozga and Holly Prindle exists entirely in a plane of its own. Starting from the core of dub reggae mixed with lo-fi glitch electronica that characterized their earliest work, they’ve expanded their sound to include melodic indie pop, mournful r&b and even a tad of punk rock so that the songs are slightly more accessible but no less enigmatic. Ultimately, this strange cocktail comes across like a cross between Adrian Sherwood’s Dub Syndicate and Portishead, especially in the interplay between Holly’s tortured angelic vocals and Marc’s bass-heavy psychedelic explorations. It’s truly refreshing to hear music as adventurous and unique as this, and I’m eager for the next release and its uncharted musical journeys. - The Big Takeover


2005 'Mysteries Of Magnetism' Self Released (6 Song Cassette)

2006 'I Know Why The Caged Bird Gun Slings' Self Released (8 song CDR)

2007 'Welcome The Winter' Self Released (4 song EP)

2008 'Ill On Remedies' Self Released (10 song LP)

2009 'Cleaning Lady Uprising' Upcoming EP



I Luv Luv Birds formed in 2005. Rudimentary cassettes were made in our storefront apartment under various monikers until Holly's mom said one day "Oh I love love birds". It seemed like a good name at the time. Were we drunk? No. It was spring time.

Growing up I played taps for WWII veterans' funerals in Minnesota. One cold, clear January day as I waited off in the distance for the preacher's cue the valves on my trumpet froze up. Terrified that I was going to ruin this man's funeral I panicked and smashed the trumpet against a tombstone and got the wrong valve half down. When the preacher gave me the cue I put that horn to my lips not knowing what sound would come out. Those taps were all wrong but I played the shit out of them. No one minded, they just wanted some melancholy off in the distance. That day I felt a connection to the soul of man.

We're influenced by home recordists, haiku, real punk - Crass, Minutemen, Fugazi - and dub reggae - Linval Thompson, Mikey Dread, African Head Charge; Though we sound nothing like those people. We began playing live last year and are currently working on songs for a new EP. Thanks for listening if you do.

Marc Mozga