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Evan Mast
Evan Mast (Ratatat member).jpg
Background information
Also known as E*Vax
Origin Cleveland, Ohio, United States
Genres Electronica, minimalist, IDM, ambient, electronic rock, experimental rock, alternative rock
Years active 2001–present
Labels XL Recordings, Rex Records, Audio Dregs
Associated acts Ratatat, E*Rock

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 alternative/electronica 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.


Studio albums[edit]

Album Date Label
Parking Lot Music 2001 Audio Dregs


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


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

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