Veronica Vasicka

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Veronica Vasicka was born in the 1970s in New York City to an Uruguayan mother and Czech father. At an early age, she had a passion for music and photography.[1] She studied photography at the Rhode Island School of Design and later co-founded East Village Radio.[2] Inspired by the music she gathered for her weekly 2 hour radio show, she launched the Minimal Wave[3] label in 2005. Specializing in obscure electronic gems, she loves old new wave, Italo disco and house music. She aims to bring rare recordings to the public via Minimal Wave, as well as her sublabel Cititrax, which features newer bands and classic house reissues. She hosts a weekly radio show on East Village Radio (Sundays 6:00-8:00PM EST), and also DJs bimonthly in various clubs around New York City. In 2010 she compiled "The Minimal Wave Tapes Volume One", released on Peanut Butter Wolf's Stones Throw Records.


  1. ^ Venus Zine Staff, "The Hottt List 2003", Venus Zine", Issue 18. [1] Access date: November 30, 2003. Archived July 17, 2011, at the Wayback Machine.
  2. ^ David Katz, "Storefront radio streams on after F.C.C. clampdown", The Villager, Volume 74, Number 32. [2] Access date: Dec 15, 2004.
  3. ^ Nik Mercer, "Eye On '09: Mininmal Wave", Anthem Magazine", January 2009. [3][dead link] Access date: January 16, 2009.