Vega Omega and Variety

Vega Omega and Variety

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Vega Omega and VarietyWhen you start high school, one of your goals should be to win one of the superlatives. This assures you that you will have at least two pictures in the yearbook and when your grandkids look back on your yesteryears, they will not question your popularity. This came to mind because if bands that I just heard of were all shuffled into a high school setting, Vega Omega would likely win “best all-around.” Their style pulls from all walks of life and genres and because of that each song was like a listening to a new band. “Don’t Move” was not too fast, neither was it too slow. It stayed right in the middle and would perfectly accompany you to a day at the beach for a party in the sand. “Baby You’ll Never” had a rough start with the piano, but then smoothed out to turn into a jam like session. If “Oleynik” is about Nickelodeon’s Alex Mack, Larisa Oleynik – then it is the possibly the best song ever. It does not hurt that it sounds a little video game like. Put those two together and those who grew up in the 90s will appreciate the nostalgia. I would have never guessed a song called “Golf Cart Traffic Jam” would be the hardest on any record, but it was. Then on the flipside was “Long Time Coming,” it was strange to hear this one because it was the complete opposite of the rest; loved it, just taken aback by it. If you are into variety, then check out Vega Omega. (www.vegaomegarva.com/listen/)

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