By the time "Entre Deux Mondes" was finished Yamaha's RX-7 was well established within the De Nuit continuum. The delight of exploring its sound characteristics and options can be detected in the dominant and dodgy rhythms of the tracks.
Still the only synth in use at this time Casio's SK-1 with its clunky sound complements the RX-7 most charmingly. Also PdN's longtime musical associate Marcel de Beauville lends his voice to six songs, partially sung in duo with De Nuit.

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playlist DV3900


Flair, style and internationalism; the orientation towards an industrial aesthetics, vintage as well as futuristic, plus a weakness for exotic places - all with a distinct European angle being prevalent. Enchanted by nature and favoring the night. That's Discos Veveos.

DV was established in 1998 though its roots date back to 1986 when founder Gregor Zentrich started recording on the X-15. Mainly conceived as an outlet for Gregor's work the label became sort of a cooperative affair for a while thanks to international contacts, the results of which are several extremely cool CDs.

Due to its ultra minor status and DIY ethos DV releases are highly collectible. Music lovers and discographers will benefit from a three decades long continuity of work.

This incarnation of DV gives online access to all releases in full via m3u playlists. For physical copies please inquire. And of course drop a line any time you please.