E*vax

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Evan Mast
Also known as E*Vax
Origin Cleveland, Ohio, United States
Genres Electronic, minimalism, IDM, ambient, electronic rock, experimental rock
Years active 2001–present
Labels XL Recordings, Rex Records, Audio Dregs
Associated acts Ratatat

Evan Mast, or E*vax, is an electronic music artist.[1]

He and his brother E*rock run the Audio Dregs record label. His first album, Parking Lot Music, was released on 4 April 2001. Mast's music is minimalist, using everyday sounds samples to create simple electronic beats.

E*vax is half of Ratatat, a New York based indie/electronic band. The other member is Mike Stroud.

He has released 7-inch singles on Static Caravan and Mold Recordings, along with Shudder To Think singer Craig Wedren.

Mast produced and co-wrote under his alias as E*vax, the track "$100 Bill" which is performed by rapper Jay-Z, as the opening track for Music from Baz Luhrmann's Film The Great Gatsby in 2013.

Discography[edit]

Studio albums[edit]

Album Date Label
Parking Lot Music 2001 Audio Dregs

EPs[edit]

EP Date Label
Glacial Sports 1998 Audio Dregs
Foiled 2000 Static Caravan
Cross Country Ski / Clear Red Water 2000 Static Caravan
B. Fleischmann / E*Vax Split 2000 Audio Dregs
Zealectronic Beige 2003 Zealectronic
Day Ditty (with Craig Wedren) 2007 Mold Recordings

References[edit]

  1. ^ Kristel, Todd. "Parking Lot Music: Review". Allmusic. Retrieved 14 January 2011. 

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