|Birth name||Felix Bloxsom|
|Also known as||Plastic Plates|
|Born||Sydney, New South Wales, Australia|
|Years active||2000 — present|
|Associated acts||Sia Furler
Empire Of The Sun
Edward Sharpe and the Magnetic Zeros
The Sleepy Jackson
Sneaky Sound System
Felix Bloxsom, was born in Sydney, Australia. He is a professional musician and songwriter, best known for his drumming and percussion playing. Felix is also a successful DJ, performing under the moniker 'Plastic Plates'.
Since completing Jazz studies at the Sydney Conservatorium of Music in 2000, Felix has performed live and in the recording studio with a diverse group of artists across many styles and genres. These artists include MIKA, Sia Furler, Daniel Merriweather, Empire Of The Sun, Christina Aguilera, Kelly Clarkson, Jennifer Lopez, Edward Sharpe and the Magnetic Zeros, Paloma Faith, The Sleepy Jackson, Jamie Lidell, Kristina Train, The Presets, Leona Naess, Elliott Yamin, Sneaky Sound System, Will Young, Missy Higgins, Alex Lloyd, Adam Cohen, David Bridie, Katie Noonan, Mike Nock, Greg Osby, Tim Ries, James Muller, Paul Grabowsky. Felix currently lives in Los Angeles, where he performs as a session musician, songwriter and composes music for advertisements.
Felix was awarded 'Young Australian Jazz Artist of the Year' on 25 August at the 2004 Australian Jazz Bell Awards and 1st place in the National Jazz Awards at the 2004 Wangaratta Festival of Jazz.
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