Vile Bodies

by Nico Fantasy

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Vile Bodies is named for the 1930 Evelyn Waugh novel of the same name, a razor-sharp satire of decadent and frivolous London society unaware or uncaring of looming disaster. Since there’s nothing decadent or frivolous about our society, and nothing but bright times on the horizon, I have yet to figure out a way to connect these themes to contemporary life.

Waugh’s inspiration from the title is drawn from the Bible originally, the line quoted here: :”Who shall change our vile body, that it may be fashioned like unto his glorious body?”

This album deals with religion, sex and sexuality, power, impending doom, and it’s just all about me and my issues so strap in.

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released October 14, 2018

Produced, mixed, and mastered by Nico Fantasy

All non sampled instruments are played by Nico Fantasy

Album artwork by Jim McDonald

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Nico Fantasy Victoria, British Columbia

Nico Fantasy will continue making electronic music until ordered to stop by a judge.

“To free us from the expectations of others, to give us back to ourselves--there lies the great, singular power of Nico Fantasy.” - Joan Didion...perhaps?

"[Nico] Packs a Huge Emotional Punch! Graceful Writing, Great Acting, Exquisite Direction, Suspense, Profound Subject Matter and It Rocks!" - Rex Reed
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