Coming back harder than ever in 2013, MOX TV will be providing yet another year of live broadcasted studio sessions kicking off on Thursday the 31st. In case you're unfamiliar with the MOX project, I'll let one of the leading faces behind it, Courtney Nichols, explain. "The MOX network is an interactive online outlet that provides progressive genres with a platform to showcase their music through the video medium. It is the intention of MOX to tell stories - to highlight the narrative and culture of sound. MOX will be released to the public at WMC in March, giving both a national and international audience the opportunity to view the music of today and tomorrow. Think back a couple generations before us to those children and teens so anxiously awaiting the birth of MTV. Today, it is the birth of MOX." Simple, isn't it? Their in studio sessions are a monthly event featuring electronic artists revolutionizing their medium. The event takes place at the MOX Hollywood studio and airs on the MOX network. Each event's audience is a solid mixture of industry, talent, and pure music addicts. MOX's in-studio sessions (aptly named Penal Code 415) bring the essence and authenticity of a flawless party from the MOX studio to your living room. Penal Code 415 is, quite literally, what music looks like.
So, kicking off the first studio session of the year on Thursday will be the following:
Also featuring a set by Marshall Lake (Los Angeles).
Studio sessions are broadcasted live and archived online, kind of like how the legendary Boiler Room series runs things. This event will feature graphics by Michael Allen who has worked with the likes of Dim Mak and Avalon, plus plenty of free beer from Lagunitas. Yes, this is an open bar event and costs zero dollars to attend. Need I say more? Find out more about the event on Facebook and make sure to RSVP if you are interested in attending. The session begins promptly at 8:30pm, so please arrive early if you are on the guest list as capacity will be reached. See you tomorrow night! All questions/RSVPs can be directed to firstname.lastname@example.org