~INDIEROCKS.mx article on the 7.6.12 Geneva Jacuzzi performance at Cine Tonala in Mexico City
GENEVA JACUZZI: WHAT THE HELL WAS IT THAT HAPPENED?
(Translated from Spanish via google translate. Ha!)
There are few occasions when the planets align for an event such as raised last Friday night repeat. Amid the chaos, screams, destruction and techno music, singer and visual artist Geneva Jacuzzi, presented her installation "Dark Ages - Part V: Art Void" by the joint efforts of Cine Tonala and UFOria! In what was undoubtedly one of the evening's most memorable, unique and confusing this city has seen in a while.
Late in the midnight, the only room which has suffered a metamorphosis Tonalá Film based on geometric shapes by way of an unspeakable scene turning around a steaming bowl on a pedestal. The playbill small spread in the room did not work a lot when describing the staging narrated "Art Void: No Dumping Allowed!! Is the story of a slicing machine and two-piece suction of what he learns of a schizoid clown-god art eternal void somewhere in one of the last stops of time and space. "
Vice article on the May 2012 "House of Yes" performance in Brooklyn
BEHIND THE SCENES: GENEVA JACUZZI AS AUTO GARVO IN IDIOT MENAGERIE OF THE AUTOMATIC DREAM CRUD By John Barclay
Geneva Jacuzzi is a sensational lady. The first night we met was about two years after I had discovered her music and two hours after I arrived in Paradise/Hellhole Miami, FL for Art Basel. In the midst of a cold and miserable post-break up NYC winter that had fully transformed me into a lonely toad/salted slug hybrid, I had landed and immediately absorbed all available tropical vibes, fruits, and substances.
In sharp contrast from the lonely scab-picking and shivering-myself-to-sleep that had been dominating my nights back in Brooklyn, I was now in an enchanted land of best friends and pineapples. On our third stop in a series of bars/clubs and by complete happenstance, me and my entourage entered Mamushka’s and noticed a mime, onstage, dancing up a dark storm........ read full article
Bizarre INTERVIEW for Sadie Magazine
The Real Geneva Jacuzzi By Sean Bailey
Geneva Garvin is unreal. Long live the real Geneva Garvin.
Geneva Jacuzzi, born Geneva Garvin, is a musician, performer, writer, and artist based out of LA. At least, this is the conventional fiction. Beyond the myth of the flesh and blood human exists a hundred other unconventional fictions, including the Grecian Goddess, the Mime, the Moon, the Sun, the Idiot Dancer, and the Zygote, to name a few. Placing equal weight on the real and unreal, Jacuzzi’s music, performances, and identity often fluctuate between mundane and fantastical states, resulting in real/unreal hybrid outcomes. (This interview is no exception.) In the world of Geneva Jacuzzi, songs about a mess of clothes on the bed sit comfortably next to ballads describing the lives of zombie sharks. Through these charming juxtapositions, it becomes increasingly difficult for the audience to determine which fiction is more fantastical—that which we think is real, or that which we know is not real............. read full article and interview
Geneva Jacuzzi In Moscow April 2012 :
Interviews (with a very pyschedelic Russian to English translation via Google Translate!!!!)
Interview: Geneva Jacuzzi - on the street after the show
G Jacuzzi's Mix tape for "Follow Me"
Live Footage http://youtu.be/Om4hA6nAzVs
Geneva Jacuzzi Interviews Nina Hagen for V Magazine
Jan 2012 /V75 The Music Issue
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Introducing "Dark Ages"
GENEVA JACUZZI IN CHILE, SOUTH AMERICA
Fri Oct 28 : "MKRNI presents: GJ in Chile" @ espacio Z / Santiago, Chile
Fri Nov 4 : "Secret Party TBA"
Sat Nov 5: "Festival Primavera Fauna 2011" / Santiago, Chile
Jun. 18/ SAN FRANCISCO/ Brick and Mortar
Geneva Jacuzzi Europe/UK Tour November 2010
November 2: Nation of Shop Keepers - Leeds, UK
November 3: The Social - London, UK
November 4: TBA -
November 5: TBA - Milan, Italy
November 6: No Controles - Rome, Italy
November 7: Zuni, Ferrara. Italy
November 8: Muffatcafe - Munich, Germany
November 9: Magnet - Berlin, Germany
November 10: TBA - Vienna, Austria
November 11: Hydrozagadka - Warsaw, Poland
November 12 : Cafe Misena - Poznan, Poland
November 13: Oiom Party - Lodz, Poland
November 14: TBA - Germany
November 15: Plaza Club - Zurich, Switzerland
November 16: TBA -
November 17: TBA - Belgium
November 19: Arkaoada - Istanbul, Turkey
June 8th 2010
June 5th 2010
June 4th 2010
Forget Hot Tub Time Machine, here's Geneva Jacuzzi!
Geneva Jacuzzi's debut LP Lamaze, a compilation of self-released tracks and the new song "Do I Sad?," was recently released on Vinyl International. After discussing how singer Geneva Garvin doesn't like to discuss her music and then bonding over our mutual love for Ken Russell and Crispin Glover, we got down to business.
VZ: You haven't you done many interviews.
VZ: Can you explain why you don't like to talk about your music?
VZ: The album is available digitally, on vinyl, and on 8-track, which you work with. Is 8-track your ideal format?
VZ: A la Jan Terri.
VZ: How long have you been making music?
VZ: Your music has a heavy '80s electronic influence, but you were born in '82, right?
VZ: Have you toured, and do you plan on touring again?
VZ: You live with Ariel Pink. Does he appear on Lamaze?
VZ: You really embody the DIY aesthetic. Describe your process or philosophy.
June 3rd 2010
June 1st 2010