The debut single "Summertime" AVAILABLE NOW »

Like all great relationships, this one started on Craigslist. Two journeyman producer-songwriters just looking to make some jams. Shared influences and musical direction (as well as months and months in the lab) resulted in the debut EP before you. To the mix, Rob Tokyo (lead vocals, keys, programming), and James Patrick Kelly (guitars, bass, programming, and backing vox) each bring the skills acquired on their separate musical journeys: Rob - as an Atlanta native and solo performer who's demoed for some of pop's biggest acts - and JPK, who's worked as a session guitarist and freelance audio engineer (with a Latin Grammy nod to boot). Together, they set out to make a record that channeled their omnivorous musical tastes and that possessed a dose of the vibe that animates their adopted home of Los Angeles. But this record is not mere homage. Instead, they hope to add something new to the musical conversation. And if you give a listen to la tour, I think you'll agree that they've succeeded.

- J. Higgins Overbach

The Moxx: la tour
THE NEW EP
la tour
available now

 

MUSIC
Listen to the debut single "Summertime"
CONTACT
Management
Luke Pierce
luke@wcprods.com

Like all great relationships, this one started on Craigslist. Two journeyman producer-songwriters just looking to make some jams. Shared influences and musical direction (as well as months and months in the lab) resulted in the debut EP before you. To the mix, Rob Tokyo (lead vocals, keys, programming), and James Patrick Kelly (guitars, bass, programming, and backing vox) each bring the skills acquired on their separate musical journeys: Rob - as an Atlanta native and solo performer who's demoed for some of pop's biggest acts - and JPK, who's worked as a session guitarist and freelance audio engineer (with a Latin Grammy nod to boot). Together, they set out to make a record that channeled their omnivorous musical tastes and that possessed a dose of the vibe that animates their adopted home of Los Angeles. But this record is not mere homage. Instead, they hope to add something new to the musical conversation. And if you give a listen to la tour, I think you'll agree that they've succeeded.

- J. Higgins Overbach