Electronic-pop/hip-hop artist and producer Vox Eagle (AKA Colorado resident, by-way-of-Australia and Brooklyn, Andy Crosby) is spreading his wings with a new album, titled Triumavium, which arrives on October 9th.
It’s been an interesting, transcontinental (and intercontinental) musical journey for Vox Eagle, with a childhood start of playing piano and then forming bands and performing in bars when he hit his teens. He got the attention of A&R agents, but eventually decided to move to the U.S. and explore the American music scene.
Last year he released his debut EP, Flamingo Paradiso, which has received airplay worldwide spearheaded by lead single No Sleep. Vox Eagle has since migrated to Colorado to get back to nature and record his debut full length.
Triumavium was created in his own recording studio that was built near a national forest. He’s feathered his nest with major sync deals (Toyota, Jim Beam, and Coca Cola for starters), music production work for entertainment giants Sony, Disney, and Universal, and studio engineer work for Phoenix, The Vines, and other acts.
The Record Stache is delighted to premiere Salvation, a laid-back, but uplifting track from the upcoming album. The song swims in an old-school hip-hop atmosphere with cycling background vocal clips and crackling static. Vox Eagle’s spotlit drawn out vocals are supported by crisp percussion, bright, fluttering notes, and electronic blips and twists.
Written by: Jen Dan