Solo artist, DAX, based in Brooklyn NY, releases a music video for his first dance punk single "AEIOU". The song tells the story of a guy who takes home a girl he just met, resulting in a mind-blowing aural sexual explosion. The experience is so tantric that the two arent even speaking words anymore.
But what happens when all this good fun goes wrong? The music video, more like a short film, coming in at 10 minutes, brings the song to life by seeing the story from the point of view of two detectives whose work and personal lives have come to a lifeless phase.
The song was produced by David Perlick-Molinari from French Horn Rebellion and Dax in Brooklyn at the YooTooCanWoo studio. All music to the film was scored by Kevin Dawkins from The Lodge NYC.
DAX's music is an intoxicating blend of styles ranging from industrial and EBM to funk and pop. It always grooves and it passionately rocks.
Lyrically, the material is personal, challenging and pointed at times, dark and sensual at others. It is powerfully presented and deeply felt.
Popping in the DAX CD, the listener floats along the heavy, pounding rhythm of "Submission" or sinks into the trippy, sexy "Lay My Head." 10,000 copies of the "Submission" CD-single have been distributed since its release in mid-2003.
The rapid churning "Not Worth the Paper" was recently featured on a Westwood One/Sony Playstation compilation featuring such artists as Crystal Method and Sevendust, and is one of four DAX songs featured in the upcoming videogame "In the Groove."
DAX's super-fly version of David Bowie's "Ashes to Ashes," featuring Dale Bozzio (Missing Persons) on co-lead vocals, was released on last year's Serious Vanity tribute BangsSounds of the 80s.
DAX was recently selected as one of Music Connection's top 100 unsigned artists.