"Timeless music close to Electric Light Orchestra and Beatles dotted here and there with progressive keys!"”

http://progcritique.com/

Click the picture for a sneak peak at our newest album:  "Form Over Dysfunction" coming June 27th!

Click the picture for a sneak peak at our newest album: "Form Over Dysfunction" coming June 27th!

New reviews for "Form Over Dysfunction" are in!!!

https://progcritique.com/ - The sound is huge, and the craftsmanship is more than noticeable, as much as the influences. We always think of ELO for the refined approach of melodies, and of Supertramp for this magic of compositions with progressive backings. 

myprogmusic  - In summary, this new album from the Americans of 'Void Contact' is very pleasant to listen to and brings us back to a pop of the 70s / 80s and 'Form over Dysfunction' is recommended to the general public because all the compositions are accessible at the premiere. listen...

Sam Webb (Fan) - It has that same feeling of listening to a symphony and knowing that, no matter how far out it gets, it’ll always come home to rest in that central underlying theme that ties all the music together. It’s no easy thing to accomplish when that center if authentic honesty and passion, but I certainly think you’ve done so my friend.

Prog Head   - ...the music of this band seems to flow like a river, gently caressing your soul. The prevailing vibe here is mellow, having a Deja Vu feel. All the compositions on CD ''Form Over Dysfunction' will definitely apply to those who grew up in the glorious time of 70's and/or 80's. Fancy a trip back.. 

Our Music

Secrets and Alibis

Released July 2018

1.Secrets
2.Yesterday’s Gain
3.Plans
4.Good For You
5.Picnic
6.Read Between The Lines
7.Segway
8.Alibis
9.Couldn’t Let Her Go
10.NightWing
11.Before The Fall
12.Think It Over
13.How Can We Believe?
14.If Only

Many Happy Returns

Released October 2015

1. What's Going On
2. Market Square
3. Rainy Day
4. Round and Round
5. Hard For Me To Let Go 
6. Face Ourselves
7. Love That I Have Found
8. New Idea
9. Hold Your Head Up
10.Testify
11.Since She's Been Gone
12.Look The Other Way 
13.Love That I Have Found (Instr)
14.What's Going On (Reprise)

Form Over Dysfunction

Released June 27 2020

1.Second Hand Love
2.Holiday
3.He's Made His Bed
4.Never Say Fail
5.All That She Sees
6.Non-Committal Inspirations
7.Let Me In
8.I Don't Care
9.Shame On You, Shame On Me
10.Paralyzed

Void Contact is a studio project that combines Power Pop with circa '80's/'90's Progressive Rock!

About the band...

Void Contact is a studio project that combines Power Pop with circa '80's/'90's Progressive Rock!

Many other great musicians have contributed to Void Contact’s catalog 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) 
Arvel Bird (Loretta Lynn, Tom T. Hall, Louise Mandrell) 
Phil Smiedt (David Kramer) 
Jim Hoke (Harry Connick Jr., Sheryl Crow, Don Henley, Billy Joel)
Marc Long (Sandra Bernhard)

What Critics Are Saying:

(regarding their first Album: Many Happy Returns) "Timeless music close to Electric Light Orchestra and Beatles dotted here and there with progressive keys...rush to get this excellent album!" - ​http://progcritique.com


(regarding their second Album: Secrets and Alibis)"This spellbinding record wanders about in a free-formed style, utilizing a retro-infused recipe. The album flows and the listener is drawn farther into the sonic wonder that’s deeply familiar to lovers of famous artists from the past but stunningly original. There’s no doubt, this incredible disk is worth listening to again and again."
- Prog Head review on CD Baby

"[Secrets and Alibis] features personal, open and difficult-to-ignore music, and that's what Prog is all about"
- Ms. D FireWorks Rock & Metal Magazine Issue 85 Autumn Jan-March 2019

"Despite modern elements, the warm ensemble that has been densely reconstructed will undoubtedly shake the hearts of the 70's Progress Pop and niche pop fans. This is a masterpiece!"  - https://kakereco.com/magazine/?p=16725