SALÒ (civil name Andreas Binder) lives in Vienna, originally comes from southern Styria and, according to his own statement, makes music for dog petting, work refusal and everyone else who has feelings. What comes out of it? Songs about lust, suffering and love in times of late turbo-capitalism. The whole thing sounds like a wild mixture of German post-wave, pop and punk. If you’re looking for influences, you might find them in Rio Reiser, the Idles or the very young Nina Hagen. In 2019, SALÒ releases his first music video for his debut single »Tränen zu Wein« drawing attention from the underground and domestic music landscape alike. What follows is a global pandemic that doesn’t stop SALÒ from releasing his first EP »Tränen zu Wein« in the first lockdown. After further releases (including a duet with Viennese neo-RnB shooting star Eli Preiss) and energetic shows at c/o Pop and as festival headliner at Waves Vienna, SALÒ finally signs with Universal AT sub-label »MOM I MADE IT«.