Egyptrixx (born David Psutka) is a Canadian electronic musician from Toronto. Psutka also releases music under the names "Limit" and " Ceramic TL", is a member of experimental folk project Anamai, and works as a studio producer 
In 2012, Egyptrixx began a side project with former Thrush Hermit member Ian McGettigan, called Hiawatha. The duo's debut album, Language, was released on September 25, 2012 through Last Gang Records. In 2012 McGettigan was replaced by Cameron Gilpin, formerly of Bad Robot(s) Evil Doer.
Psutka released the 2nd Egyptrixx album entitled "A/B til Infinity" in 2013 - the album was a multimedia collaboration with German visual artist ANF and received critical acclaim upon release. The album emphasized a minimalist or deconstructionist approach. Psutka announced his new label "Halocline Trance" and the third Egyptrixx LP entitled "Transfer of Energy [Feelings of Power], which will be the label's first release. Psutka has also worked on various other projects as a studio producer.
- Bible Eyes (Night Slugs, 2011)
- A/B Til Infinity (Last Gang Records, Night Slugs, 2013)
- Transfer of Energy [Feelings of Power] (Halocline Trance, 2015)
- Pure, Beyond Reproach (Halocline Trance, 2017)
- Sign of the Cross Every Mile to the Border (Halocline Trance, 2016)
- Language (Last Gang, 2012)
- Sallows (Buzz, 2015)
- What Mountain (Halocline Trance, 2017)
- Amnesia is Eternal Optimism (Halocline Trance, 2017)
- Battle for North America (RAMP, 2010)
- The Only Way Up EP (Night Slugs, 2010)
- Liberation Front (Night Slugs, 2011)
- Kuedo - Assertion of a Surrounding Presence (Knives, 2015)
- Brodinski - Arnold Classics [Egyptrixx remix] (Grizzly, 2010)
- Starkey - Robot Hands [Egyptrixx remix] (Civil, 2011)
- Massive Attack - Hymn of the Big Wheel [Egyptrixx remix] (Virgin, 2012)
- Night Slugs All Stars Vol.1 (Night Slugs, 2011)
- Modeselektor pres. Modeselektion vol.2 (Monkeytown, 2012)
- Night Slugs All Stars Vol.2 (Night Slugs, 2013)
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- Miles Bowe (2015-03-01). "ANAMAI interview". Factmag.com. Retrieved 2017-03-05.
- "Hear another song by Hiawatha, Egyptrixx's psychedelic side project - FACT Magazine: Music News, New Music". Factmag.com. Retrieved 2017-03-05.
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- Egyptrixx – Start From The Beginning (PREMIERE) + Exclusive Interview (Video). Urb, November 15, 2010.
- Egyptrixx Starts Side Project, Announces First LP. XLR8R, July 12, 2012.
- "The Ten Best Artists at Brooklyn Electronic Music Festival This Weekend". Village Voice, Nov 9, 2012
- Egyptrixx and Thrush Hermit's Ian McGettigan Ready Album as Hiawatha. Exclaim!, July 12, 2012.
- "Egyptrixx announces new album, launches Halocline Trance label - FACT Magazine: Music News, New Music". Factmag.com. Retrieved 2017-03-05.
- "Artist Tips: Egyptrixx". XLR8R. Retrieved 2017-03-05.