KEXP details RVG's origins up to their electric and exhilarating second album before their pre-recorded remote set at Melbourne’s Soundpark Recording.
Shortly after the pandemic shut the world down, Melbourne’s RVG (formerly known as Romy Vager Group) released their sophomore record of jangly post-punk, Feral. For Live on KEXP, Troy Nelson details the quartet’s origins up to their electric and exhilarating second album before the band tears into their pre-recorded remote set for KEXP at Melbourne’s Soundpark Recording. Plus, frontwoman Romy Vager and drummer Marc Nolte chat with Cheryl Waters about their complicated relationship pre-RVG.
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