Voice Farm

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Voice Farm
Album the world we live in.jpg
Background information
Origin San Francisco, California
Genres Alternative rock, electronica, electropunk,synthpop
Years active 1980[1]–present
Labels Optional Music, Ralph Records, Morgan Creek Records, Nice Tone Music
Website http://www.voice-farm.com
Members Charly Brown
Myke Reilly
Ken Weller
Marilynn Fowler

Voice Farm is a musical group and video collective based in San Francisco. Vocalist Charly Brown and sound designer Myke Reilly form the core of the group, who met in 1980.[1] Voice Farm's musical style has evolved from their influential early-1980s synth-pop sound.In 1991 they released a hit single, "Free Love". A fascination with popular culture and media continue to fuel Voice Farm's creative projects, including videos that they have on their website. Guitarist Ken Weller and back-up singer Marilynn Fowler are featured on the groups latest album, entitled Super Nova Experts (2009).[citation needed]

A Voice Farm song ("Sleep") appears on the Let Them Eat Jellybeans compilation.[2]

Discography[edit]

Studio albums[edit]

Singles[edit]

"Sleep" B/W "Modern Things" (1981)

  • "Double Garage" B/W "Elevate" (1981)
  • Free Love (1991)[1]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c d e f Bush, John. "Voice Farm". All-Music Guide. Retrieved 2012-12-26. 
  2. ^ Kristel, Todd. "Various Artists: Let Them Eat Jellybeans!". All-Music Guide. Retrieved 2012-12-26. 

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