Having spent time in Europe and with heads & hearts full of the continents synth-pop movements, Deborah Gray and Roy Nicolson each returned Down-under to discover a doggedly rock orientated landscape. Finding solace in Roy's studio and inspired by their musical O.E.'s, the ARVO concept was formed and an album took shape. A glamorous visual/electronic opus, major label misjudgement and local bewilderment left 'Luna' to unjustly slip under the radar. Rescued here, Bikini channels an Ipanema electronic vibe, nostalgically recalling Antipodean beach culture while So Deep's synthetic undercurrents reflect on the nature of our dreams.