Oi Va Voi

Just listened to the new Oi-Va-Voi album and would highly recommend it.

Having fought their way through a series of trials and tribulations that would have finished off a lesser band, the long-awaited second album (Oi Va Voi) takes their unique mix of global rhythms andclub-friendly beats to new heights – bigger, bolderand with more attitude(ital) than anything eventheir most ardent fans could have imagined.

The band’s acclaimed 2003 debut album “Laughter Through Tears”, vibrant live shows and festival appearances made them everybody’s tip for the top.
Then, due to circumstances beyond their control, it all started to go wrong. A terminal dispute with their record company was followed by the loss of a band member and a serious illness within the band, initial attempts to record a follow-up album had to be put on hold. Twelve months on and Oi Va Voi have regrouped and regenerated on a new label with a new
producer and the addition of exciting new recruits. Out of potential disaster they have fashioned a second album that expands Oi Va Voi’s core sound with a whole new range of subtle yet vivid new hues and striking primary colours. Recorded in Israel and London, the songwriting is more crafted, the playing more fluid, and the diverse elements of their sound
more fully integrated. If the last record left people wondering if Oi Va Voi were an electronic
dance act, world music worthies or a rock’n’roll band, the new album renders such questions irrelevant by trampling the fences of genre and simplistic categorisation out of sight.


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