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"Electronicast interview with Voide"

In episode #5 of Electronicast there is a 15 minute long interview with Voide.
http://www.electronicast.org/ - Electronicast UK

"Marc Tater reviews the Evolution album"

Although VOIDE is his new music project and has started in 2K6, the Swedish Electro/Industrial-musician David Almgren can’t be at seen as a greenhorn. David already started to experiment with electronic-based music in 1984 and can look back on several music projects in quite different directions. Nothing which could grab enough attention for a possible break-through, but a lot of stuff to learn and to grow on. The result of his growing can be discovered on this new full-length album entitled “Evolution”. Compared to the rather spacey background Electronica tunes mostly presented on his early last years’ debut “Space Sponge”, VOIDE offers a refreshing new form of Electro-Pop music, which finds musically inspiration in the pioneering works of KRAFTWERK, YELLO, ART OF NOISE or other Synthpop-driven artists with a strictly dedication to the romantic kind of the 80s Pop/Wave-culture. Of course, some of David’s textures as well as his recording abilities are sounding up-to-date, but this doesn’t at all weaken the first impression. He also couldn’t resist to offer his vocals in this mostly vocoderized “robotic-voice” style, which has made KRAFTWERK that famous. Most of the tracks offer a straight-forward and beat-oriented attitude, I finally hope that a DJ will be courageous enough to play this kind of music. Everything on this album sounds coherent and nearly epic, while he’s picking up several themes like the ongoing development of the man – machine dialogue and several astronomy and Sci-fi-related things. Both tracks out of VOIDE’s Si-CD released only a half year before, “Computer Nation” and “Dream Machine”, are available on here too, and can be named as being the most catchiest tracks here, while pieces like “Motivator” or “R-Evolution” penetrating the boundaries to some EBM-minded areas. Another great proof, that Electronic-based music has had its heydays around 15 years before, but as much as I adore this album and the artistically concept behind this fine project, it needs to be mentioned, that “Evolution” is only David’s third best work so far. After a now 9-years-old daughter, the entirely Chain D.L.K. staff likes to send out congratulations and all best wishes to the whole Almgren family for the sweet female family addition, which happened to see the light of life during the last week. - Chain D.L.K (www.chaindlk.com)

"Filling the Void(e)"

There is A LOT of electronic music out there right now. What makes Voide different is that his music comes from a personal concept of men, machines and the relationship between them. You can tell what he's been listening to over the years, but instead of copying his idols, he has brought their music up to date by respecting the same concept they had.

To repeat Kent Lofgren's analysis - best electronica album of this year?

(Hoping you'll pardon the pun in the title, but somebody had to do it!) - Mondo Blu Radio

"Chain D.L.K Voide Interview"

Read it here: http://www.chaindlk.com/interviews/index.php?interview=Voide - Chain D.L.K (www.chaindlk.com)

"Review of Voide - Humachine"

The independent music journalist Marc Tater that is writing for Chain D.L.K and the German Magazine Zillo among others recently reviewed the Humachine album by Voide.

The review can be read here http://www.chaindlk.com/reviews/?id=5148 - Chain D.L.K


Voide Discography
Space Sponge (2007)
Computer Nation (2007)
Evolution (2008)
Love (2008)
Humachine (2009)
Lazy single (2009)
Red turns to Blue (2010)

Little Red Cottage Discography
I Go Easy (2009)



Dave Almgren is a composer and producer of electronic music with over two decades of experience.