Von Bieker Press Kit
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Von Bieker plays bowtie rock to haunt your heart.
Retro guitar twang sets a reverb-soaked soundstage for Von Bieker's resonant writing; his voice pushed until it cracks into free-fall falsetto.
This is folk-rock dressed in style and substance, revealing influences ranging Bahamas to Jeff Buckley; Radiohead to the Talking Heads; Cockburn to Cohen.
Von Bieker's latest EP – THRILLS! – is available wherever fine music is sold or streamed.
“Angel, the latest from Canada’s Von Bieker is a pulse-driven indie rock number that will have you searching for your own holy light.” - https://chillfiltr.com/blog/2019/3/4/von-bieker-angel
"Von Bieker sets banjos and acoustic guitars to an electronic drumbeat that juxtaposes two musical worlds." - Adobe and Teardrops - http://www.adobeandteardrops.com/2017/06/morning-music.html
"Beauty Bright fuses the aforementioned banjo with heavy foot stomps for an upbeat and warm folk anthem. “All the flowers we dug up, they started wilting, drying out/ All the colours will be faded by the morning/ if we don’t stop to keep the beauty bright,” sings Bieker with a backup of gang vocals that fills the room with a soft comforting light as everyone sings and claps along with triumphant zeal." - Ohestee - http://ohestee.com/music/folk/von-bieker-banjo-driven-beauty-bright/
"Edmonton artist Von Bieker gives us the perfect spring track with his banjo-filled sunny tune “Beauty Bright”." - Tiana Feng, Ride The Tempo - http://ridethetempo.com/2017/05/11/listen-von-bieker-beauty-bright/
Pretty in Noise (SoundCloud Repost) - https://soundcloud.com/prettyinnoise
"Akin to the soundtrack one would hear whilst in a dream where you are a magical bird flying above a sleepy forest of glowing trees, Von Bieker releases its newest collection of sounds with, Where The Love Comes Easy." - Trent Wilke, Vue Weekly