Drone noise led by the arpeggios, and the voices floating in between. Vidulgi OoyoO (literally translated into “Pigeon Milk”) expands their own psychedelia through shoegazing and slowcore, both of which characterized the indie scenes of the early 90’s. Vidulgi OoyoO, formed in 2003, has been pursuing consistent soundscape. For the band, musical wave was a factor as important as the structure of the song and the melody, and the voice also possessed an essential role as a part of the sound. Naturally what the band considered the most important when recording and mixing the first album was the tone of each sound and the sense of space. In the debut album , the guitar noise from afar meets the groovy rhythms and sometimes the guitar sound with full of distortion sounds encounters the mellow melody; the layers of music include ample trails of emotions. The ethereal feeling when the noise is fully amplified; that’s the psychedlia of Vidulgi OoyoO. The guitarist Jong Suk Lee, after leaving La Vie En Rose, and the drummer Jong Min Lee met the bassist Ki Hoon Sung from Navijo and the vocal/guitarist Sung Hee Kim (also active in a band Mysterious a Call) and formed Vidulgi OoyoO in 2003. The following year had to face Jong Min Lee’s joining the army service and the withdrawal of Sung Hee Kim; after taking a break for awhile, the band brought in the vocal/guitarist Jihye Ham from Greenish Yellow and the drummer Yongjun Lee and resumed performing. Mainly active in Salon Badabie, Vidulgi OoyoO released their first digital single album [Elephant/Siren] in January of 2007.