With a catchy, soothing sound and an imaginative and whimsical style, Vanchy drives listeners into poetic worlds with sounds that are hard to ignore and forget. He creates music that evolves and tells stories that are uplifting, deep and meaningful. In his words, "For me, music is not just a nice sounding beat. There must be a story, even if it doesn't have lyrics, and a tone and accent that set the drive and emphasis of the music. My goal is to create sounds that engage people in clear and conscious states. Consciousness, progressiveness and awareness are very important words for me and are always part of my music.”

His writing process always starts with an image and a story. In his words, "My music creative process is very visual. Without an image or personal experience, it is impossible for me to sculpt my sound vision. I could storyboard a film right now for all my songs and know exactly where each visual falls. I'm also a visual designer and photographer and my ideas always go along with my music. Just like water and air, it is hard for me to imagine the world without these two elements. My life is like a motion picture that always comes with a soundtrack."

His music influence comes from diverse music styles:

William Orbit, Ulrich Schnauss, Moderat, Röyksopp, Delerium, Massive Attack, John Digweed, Erik Satie, Claude Debussy, Stravinsky, Orbital, The Orb, Eat Static, Tangerine Dream, Talk-Talk, Depeche Mode, New Order, and too many others to mention.

Vanchy is currently working on his upcoming EP, with plans to release it in September 2011.

Vanchy   Emotional Allure of Space, San Francisco, United States

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    The Wake Up Light

    Vanchy on August 06, 2010 18:28
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    Earth Angel

    Vanchy on May 05, 2011 19:16
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    Never Say Die

    Vanchy on October 07, 2011 08:02
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    Sunset Reverie

    Vanchy on June 21, 2012 08:14
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    Soul of a Hero

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