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Vivien Le Fay is a multi-disciplinary artist who mixes her sociology studies, her classes with Alejandro Jodorowski, dance and photography classes until the traces of the different expressive styles are lost in her personal path. Her interest in music started with orthodox new wave, passing through the physicality of hardcore until the discovery of the latest generation of electronic sound designers. She started working as a guitar technician for noise bands while deepening her knowledge of the sonic spectrum working on local radio. Recorded in the woods which stands at the base of Mt. Vesuvius, Ecolalia is the first album by Vivien Le Fay. The word 'ecolalia/echolalia' stands for "[...] the unsolicited repetition of vocalizations made by another person. In its profound form, it is automatic and effortless." This particular sensation highlights the phase in which communication is fragmented and returns to its primitive stage, which is also the original condition of chaos.
All tracks composed, written and arranged by Vivien Le Fay.
Vivien Le Fay: synths / vocals, Sergio Albano: aluminum guitar on tracks 2/5/6. Mastered by James Plotkin.