Introducing: Knox

This morning we would like to introduce you to Knox, a new brother/sister duo who's EP entitled "Here" is out this week on Last Night on Earth. 
We have also been lavished with a really cool live video of "HERE", which we think you should watch. Fans of Knox include Spin, The 405, Rob da Bank, Mixmag and most recently, us, the team at NOCTIS. 

Underneath drones of melodic modernity and deep baselines, this EP from is a rich blend of intricate nuances and ethereal vocals. Electronica at its best.


KNOX album artwork

The "Here" EP on Sasha's imprint Last Night on Earth, features 3 original tracks, including two remixes from John Tejada and Kuxxan-Suum. "Here" will no doubt appeal to the masses, though the foundation is firmly set in electronica, there are dashes of dubstep, completing the subtle yet powerful noise that is KNOX.
The John Tejada remix is purely for the dance-floor and is a "sonically luscious housetrack". Whereas"Fault" is more of a stripped back, rocktronic number which would sit perfectly amongst the likes of The XX, Portishead and Massive Attack.
"An epic soundscape with delicate vocals from Nic & Eliza"  
Lastly, "Mornings" is as hypnotic as a lullaby. It's a sweet song, where the delicate vocals of Eliza continue. Stunning. To round off the EP, the brother/sister have enlisted the "galactic" Kuxxan SUUM to remix "Here",  it gives the EP a wicked array of scratchy beats and bleeps.


see this post on the NOCTIS blog here

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