Vince Cirino – The 2013 Interview with Electronic Pop Duo RKVC. The Rod Kim & Vince Cirino Self Deprecating RKVC Pop Rock Pop Up Videos.
Vince Cirino – The 2013 Interview with Electronic Pop Duo RKVC.
Vince Cirino is one half of the self-deprecating romantic pop rock and electronic pop duo RKVC. In this 2013 interview, Vince Cirino is interviewed by best friend and bandmate Rod Kim. Vince studying both music and the visual arts at Cab Calloway School of the Arts in Wilmington, DE. Also born and raised in Wilmington, DE, he played in blues and jazz bands that would eventually work its way into romantic pop rock. After meeting singer-songwriter Rod Kim, the duo began working on a romantic pop rock and electronic pop hybrid that would become RKVC.
In this brief 2013 interview, Vince Cirino speaks briefly about his time in Shanghai to growing up in Wilmington, DE. He wrote and produced for several hip-hop artists and played in many blues influenced bands both locally and internationally. He was also one of the first classes at the famous Cab Calloway School of the Arts before producing several Billboard charting records. In this 2013 interview, they discuss the serendipitous events that brought them to creating music together and filming video episodes like this one.
Rod Kim & Vince Cirino: Mixing the feel & soul of the singer/songwriter genre with a noncommittal love for modern electronic pop. Together, they have created RKVC, representing escapism, great music and happiness. The musical stylings of their collective songwriting evolved from blues and jazz influenced bands to epic EDM and swagger pop tracks such as “We Got Tonight” and “Lifeline”. Fate willing, Rod Kim and Vince Cirino will have many more stories and songs to tell and write with RKVC. This is the 2013 interview with Vince Cirino – self-deprecating romantic pop rock for the masses.The Self-Deprecating Romantic Pop Rock Duo of RKVC bridges the gap between songs of heartbreak and love without making you want to jump off that bridge. Rod Kim & Vince Cirino: Mixing the feel & soul of the singer/songwriter genre with a noncommittal love for modern electronic pop.