The queen of sex-positive synth pop

If you don’t know Von we’d like to introduce her to you as “that bitch making music with a vibrator” as written on her Instagram bio.

Among the rising artists shaping the new gen of music stars through sexual emancipation, she stands out for her research about technology: she’s the first one in pop music to use her own orgasms in the production of songs merging sex-tech with art through her vibrator wave patterns.

She proudly wears the crown of the first sex-positive synth pop queen and encourages more open dialogue in pop culture. Von hopes her music will help all the women around the world to considerate orgasms and masturbation as a healthy affair with themselves instead of a dirty secret to whisper during hen parties.

So why is still important to talk about sex today? because we’re still in an era where if a female talk about intimacy is because she’s not pure, she’s seeking attention or she’s asking for sexual intercourses.

We’re luckily slowly changing and evolving our thoughts around this mental border but sometimes we’re still missing the point: women can talk about sex because they’re human beings, not because they’re aiming for a certain goal. And this is why we are supporting Von and her project.

Her new song out “Dealer’s gone” features a sharp high pitched voice that reminds a dirrrty Gwen Stefany after the Nodoubt era. The aggressive bitter words over a 90’s rave type beat are halfway between a prayer and a damned hymn of a newly founded religion where Von is for sure the highest priestess.

We’d love to see her live in the future and to see the progression of this feminist artist at her full potential.

All photos by Lissyelle Laricchia.

Cover artwork by Carol Civre @carolthekitty