Boss Moxi were invited into the studios of Queensland's Conservitorium of Music to record demos for potential material for the album. 'Home' was written and recorded within days of the session and was finalised in the studio. The development of the song introduced brass elements and overdubbing that made this dynamic, psych-groove track the single that would boldly introduce the band's new sound.
As one of Brisbane's hardest working bands, they've experimented and grown before our eyes, all the while keeping the same honesty and contagious energy they've held since their humble beginnings. Their title track, "Home" proves that Australia should give a fuck about Boss Moxi.
Moody, proggy and psychedelic, the latest single from Boss Moxi will appeal to those in need of a solid slab of mind-bending rock.
Lead Guitarist, Ollie Cook and Vocalist, Brayden Doig took what was a high school past time and an excuse to try and play guitar and turned it into a practice of creating music. The band solidified it's members in early 2010 with Dan Milad on bass from scattered jams in 2009, and Sophie Quinn, replacing Alex Bowler on drums as Alex left for Germany on exchange. In 2010 the band found themselves in the recent creation of Bedlam Records, a small but effective studio brought to life by Tomas Stevenson and Duncan Campbell. In need of putting the freshly built, once carpet den, 'beat lab'to work, Boss Moxi were invited into record what turned into the band's debut EP, Your Mouth. By 2011 they were performing regularly around Brisbane's top venues and gaining a strong local presence. Boss Moxi were invited to partake in the inaugural '100 songs in 100 hours challenge' which provided the tracking of 'Mirage', which was released as a free single later that year. 2012 saw the band release Caught Up In Neverland, a song that intended to defined the band's new direction. After months of experimenting and new music writting they moved onto the recording of their album in October of 2012. Venturing up to drummer, Sophie Quinn's old, cottage, family house in Maleny, QLD with Tomas Stevenson (Bedlam), their mic's and sound equipment, the band set to record their newly matured sound. 2013 has been ongoing months of meticulous mixing, recording, writing and crafting the finished product that will be their debut album. Heading on the band's first East Coast Tour in October of 2013 it will be the first release of Boss Moxi to rest of Australia.
The band's sound has ripened with time, their roots now bare a coherent collection of various structures, rolling ballads, infectious riffs, roaring breakdowns, short, sweet and long, adventurous songs. Since 2009 they've been exploring their own sounds. The high-toned, mathy and infectious lead parts are an integral part of the band's sound. That combined with the steady communication between the bass and percussion, brass and saxophone, and the sometimes huge vocal work make Boss Moxi somewhat something they call their own. Overall there's no genre-specific intention, nor any preconceived ideas, the four piece band's funky, infectious rock comes together through the art of jam. Recently retreating to the hinterland of peaceful Maleny, Queensland to capture the jams for the second time round it will be an exciting time for the band as they release their debut album in 2013.
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