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Vial of Sound is a collaborative effort of Tempe-based friends doing what they love.
Josh and David met toward the end of high school when they were each in different bands. Both bands broke up for the same reason: some members cared more about the business aspect and some members cared more about the music. The two were more interested in creating something original than fitting into a mold, they played together in a band and eventually parted ways to make their own musical paths. Many years passed, Josh bought some synthesizers and they reconnected, hence Vial of Sound was born.
Kym joined the group after they acquired too many synthesizers and needed someone to twist the knobs and plug patch cords on the analog modular video synthesizer for the live visual aspect, which was also used to create the album artwork. All of the music is produced by vintage analog synthesizers from 1973 to 1984.