Taking their strap name from the best way to paste data inside a computer plan, Command V may be the experimental electronic pop task of New York-based post-punk/no wave veterans Cynthia Sley, formerly from the Bush Tetras, and Pat Irwin, a founding person in Eight Eyed Spy as well as the Raybeats and later an associate from the B-52’s. When the set fulfilled at a reading by Lydia Lunch time, Sley was simply beginning to create songs once again after a decade-long hiatus; Irwin was focusing on tasks that included André 3000’s Toon Network show Course of 3000. The set began collaborating immediately after conference, trading song documents that they’d documented in Garageband. By 2008, these were officially Control V, eventually became a member of by vocalist/filmmaker Rachel Dengiz and live drummer Zack Alford and bassist Sara Lee. The band’s self-titled debut recording found its way to March 2012 on Mush Information, followed immediately after by the solitary Hello.