June 24 2019
I’m excited to share my full-length album “Cosmic Shift” with you!
With Jonny Spencer, Woolfy, Ella Thompson, Asé, Harriet Brown, Reto C. Gaffuri, Roger Szedalik, Eric Hunziker, Melodiesinfonie, Hove, Apiento & Andrew Hale.
May 30 2019
April 28 2019
Found this short but sweet footage of Ini Kamoze performing “Wings With Me” live on TV in 1984.
I’m a big fan of his first two albums, both produced by the impeccable Sly & Robbie and mixed by Paul “Groucho” Smykle.
April 25 2019
Back again once again! The 4th edition of the Love International Festival in Tisno, Croatia. i will play the Sunrise Session on Thursday 4th of July and the Beach stage on the 5th.
March 20 2019
March 18 2019
March 14 2019
December 21 2018
The Gagosians – Run For My Honey is a retrofuturistic 4-minute Rock’N’Roll Drama written by Suzana Rozkosny (Vocals), A.C. Kupper (Guitar), Kay-Zee (Synths). The sound is machine driven and dark; surrounded by narcotic synths and deformed blues guitars. Lexx and Kejeblos on remix duties on the flipside. Have mercy!
Out: January 2019 on Phantom Island
September 10 2018
“Hot Weather” is a collaboration between Paul Byrne (Apiento), myself and features Harriet Brown on Vocals. Open Space is Paul Byrne and Andrew Hale of Sade.
Limited edition 12“, 300 copies, silk-screen printed double a-side with hand numbered inner sheet. Out now on Phantom Island Records.
Review on Test Pressing
September 3 2018
Inspiring. Go see it if you have a chance.
One of the most important artists of our era, Ryuichi Sakamoto has had a prolific career spanning over four decades. From techno-pop stardom to Oscar-winning film composer, the evolution of his music has coincided with his life journeys. Following Fukushima, Sakamoto became an iconic figure in Japan’s social movement against nuclear power. As Sakamoto returns to music following a cancer diagnosis, his haunting awareness of life crises leads to a resounding new masterpiece. RYUICHI SAKAMOTO: CODA is an intimate portrait of both the artist and the man.
July 10 2018
June 20 2018
“When you call yourself an Indian or a Muslim or a Christian or a European, or anything else, you are being violent. Do you see why it is violent? Because you are separating yourself from the rest of mankind. When you separate yourself by belief, by nationality, by tradition, it breeds violence. So a man who is seeking to understand violence does not belong to any country, to any religion, to any political party or partial system; he is concerned with the total understanding of mankind.
Jiddu Krishnamurti, [Freedom From the Known, Chapter 6]
June 14 2018
June 2 2018
April 30 2018
February 23 2018
I had no idea this was on YouTube. Larry Heard’s “Missing You” accompanied with voices from The Police and poetry by Jim Morrison. Edited back in 2010.
February 9 2018
I’m thrilled to play along side my friend and one of my favorite Dj’s on March 17th! Save the date.
January 16 2018
Some pictures i took at Mareh Festival in Cumuruxatiba Bahia Brazil on NYE 2017/2018. Needless to say that i had a blast!
Here’s what RA’s Matt McDermott thinks were the key performances of the festival. We can definitely agree on Joutro Mundo, who’s set on NYE was brilliant!
December 26 2017
December 6 2017
November 9 2017
Ikebana is the Japanese art of flower arranging. The arrangements are designed to bring nature into living spaces while at the same time representing the cosmic order. In a project inspired by this art form, musicians and DJs bring together their favorite records. The series was available as a limited poster with a download code.
September 13 2017
September 10 2017
Free download of my Remix of “Walking Home” by Crowdpleaser & Ly Sander feat. Yann Popper from 2008. Previously only available on the Secret Love 5 compilation by Alex Barck of Jazzanova. Om.
August 21 2017
July 26 2017
On repeat. Great album.
July 11 2017
Some footage from this years Sunrise Session at the Love International Festival in Tisno.
July 10 2017
With the Lilla Brothers and Young Marco.
July 6 2017
May 29 2017
May 20 2017
May 15 2017
April 23 2017
April 15 2017
He did it again. On repeat.
March 27 2017
March 3 2017
“You have two options. You can stay the same and protect the formula that gave you your initial success. They’re going to crucify you for the staying the same. If you change, they’re going to crucify you for changing. But staying the same is boring. And change is interesting. So of the two options, I’d rather be crucified for changing.”
February 23 2017
Artwork by Ivan Becerro. Save the date!
February 14 2017
Out in April 2017: The Claremont 56 10 Years Anniversary Box Set (5×12″) including my Remix of Smith & Mudd “Mhor” alongside mixes from Jex Opolis, Larry Heard, Ron Trent, Bjørn Torske, Holger Czukay and many more.
Listen to the snippets on Soundcloud
Order: Claremont 56 Bandcamp
Buy at Juno
Stream on Spotify.
January 14 2017
Review of this years Mareh Music Festival in Bahia on Resident Advisor Big thanks to Guga and Luisa for making it happen! Shout out to all to beautiful and positive people i’ve met on this trip. This was truly special!
“Although a core crew of DJs return to Mareh regularly, this year’s program had its fair share of newcomers, like Zurich digger Lexx. Stepping up to the decks right after sunset, he moved perfectly from downtempo to more banging fare (Dixon’s retouch of Todd Terje’s “Snooze 4 Love” and the Mood Hut edit, “Better”). The rest of his set was peppered with enviable obscurities, making fans out of a crowd that I’d guess was largely unfamiliar with him before he showed up. ”
December 15 2016
Turning Tides is a collaboration with my good friend Reto “Fu” Gaffuri, who i’ve been working with on various projects for more than a decade. Two of our tunes will be available on the “Uncommon Species” EP via Phantom Island, out ealy January. “Giving Me Everything” features Woolfy & Dan Hastie (Projections)
Listen on Soundcloud
November 29 2016
November 10 2016
This is good. Watch it if you get a chance.
November 3 2016
October 28 2016
October 20 2016
September 22 2016
A BBC documentary to celebrate the 25th anniversary of Massive Attack’s seminal debut album Blue Lines.