Void Contact

Void Contact


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Void Contact is a studio band founded in the mid to late 80's by David McHenry on vocals, keyboards, and drums, and Carter Scott on vocals, keyboards, and guitars. They independently released two albums: Age of Antiquity in 1989 and Autonomy in 1991, which featured a keyboard and vocal rich progressive pop sound. At that time, their influences ranged from Yes, Rush, and Jethro Tull to the more pop sensibilities of Billy Joel and Chicago. Eventually the band broke up and these songs were shelved when David left the music scene for other pursuits. In 2013, David and Carter both found a renewed sense of inspiration and began writing and recording new songs, continuing that power pop and progressive sound. David has remastered and, in some instances, re-recorded certain parts of 5 previously unreleased songs. Both sets of songs have been compiled in their first official release after close to 30 years “Many Happy Returns”. No sooner was the album released that they started work on their current release “Secrets and Alibis” which contains 12 new songs and 2 older songs rewritten for a more modern sound. Many other great musicians have contributed to Void Contact’s releases over the years such as: Rick Vito (Fleetwood Mac, Bonnie Raitt, Jackson Browne, Bob Seger, Stephen Tyler) Dale Russell (The Guess Who) John Catchings (Ben Folds Five, Vince Gill, Hoi Polloi, Owsley)