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interview : De/vision

Saturday, November 10th, 2012

De/Vision has long been known as a quintessential cornerstone of synthpop. In a frank interview, De/Vision speaks openly about their recent album, Rockets & Swords, their longevity as a duo, and the future of the band.

interview by : Jessica Jewell

De/Vision has remarkable longevity. What do you feel has kept the project going for 24 years and how do you keep each release fresh to retain your fan base?
Thomas Adam : I’m not sure, I never thought about that. We simply love what we do and somehow we always managed to reach the hearts of the people. We have always tried to evolve, to go new ways, and re-invent ourselves every once in a while. Not every fan has always been happy with that but it is not our job to fulfill anybody’s expectations. Maybe that’s the secret why we are still popular after 24 years.

Your upcoming album, Rockets & Swords, has a different mood compared to past albums like, Noob. What was it that drove you to explore the softer, poignant territory expressed in the track “I Want to Believe?” I personally love the change of pace. It provides an interesting mental shift at the right point in the album.
TA : Of course it has a different mood, which has to do with the fact that it contains different songs. The way you’re describing it, the change of pace and exploring the softer, poignant territory, it could be almost any other D/V album; it sounds like a typical D/V release to me. I have no idea what drove us to do this or that. This kind of approach is too intellectual to me. When we start writing new songs we never know how the result will be like, we don’t have a plan or formula. We’re only trying to write good songs, that’s it.

read the full interview in the October/November 2012 Issue






October/November 2012 Issue out now!

Thursday, October 4th, 2012

The October/November 2012 issue is the twenty fourth issue of Auxiliary, a magazine dedicated to alternative fashion, music, and lifestyle. This issue features an interview and exclusive photoshoot with The Birthday Massacre, an interview and exclusive photoshoot with Chris Vrenna of tweaker and known for his days with Marilyn Manson and Nine Inch Nails, an interview with De/Vision, an interview with ∆AIMON, an artist spotlight on Vincent Marcone of My Pet Skeleton, a designer spotlight on Starkers! Corsetry, an icon feature on Louise Brooks, a brick and mortar feature on Cats Like Us, an editorial by Alex and Bruce of I Die:You Die, and Asphyxia Noir as our PinUp. The issue also contains a futuristic battle royale fashion editorial, a Halloween party monsters’ ball fashion editorial, a steamdeath beauty editorial, a seeress beauty editorial, and a grave wave style article. It features photography by Ian Compton, Sequoia Emmanuelle, Laura Dark, Shane Phillips, Saryn Christina, Jennifer Erickson, Amena Assaily, Steve Prue, Kim Lostroscio, Shannon Hamilton, Bailey Northcott, Jennifer Link, and Ron Douglas and features fashions by DarkSpectre Custom Couture, ClockworkZero, Cyeoms, Miss G Designs, Madem Black, Maddox Leather Design, Widow, RockLove Jewelry, Shalottlilly, Lime Crime, Rockeresque Beauty Co., Victoria Wilson Corsets, Dr. Martens, Miista, Sourpuss, Cherry Underground, Wildfox Couture, and much much more.

You can download it for free at :
www.auxiliarymagazine.com/issue24/AuxiliaryMagazineOctober12.pdf

Print copies are available for purchase online at :
www.magcloud.com/browse/issue/451382

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www.auxiliarymagazine.com/distribution






music reviews : april/may 2010 issue

Friday, May 14th, 2010

music reviews featured in the April/May 2010 Issue

Absurd Minds – Serve Or Suffer

Architect – Consume Adapt Create

Autechre – Oversteps

De/Vision – PopGefahr

Destroid – Silent World EP

Goldfrapp – Head First

Groove Armada – Black Light

mind.in.a.box – R.E.T.R.O.

Omega Lithium – Dreams In Formation

Santa Hates You – Crucifix Powerbomb

Suicide Commando – Implements of Hell

These New Puritans – Hidden

Xiu Xiu – Dear God I Hate Myself

Zeromancer – The Death of Romance

read the reviews in the April/May 2010 Issue






music video : de/vision

Tuesday, April 27th, 2010

De/Visions newest album Popgefahr was a pleasant surprise, after I felt their last album, Noob, was average at best. This video “Rage” is the single of the newest album and being one of the stronger songs on the album this should give you a good feel for what the rest of it is all about.

Enjoy.

also check out Auxiliary Magazines review of Popgefahr in the April/May 2010 Issue

- Mike