Live Video: Vox Mod

photo by Bebe Labree Besch (view set)

Seattle-based musician and producer Scot Porter makes beautifully layered electronic music under the name Vox Mod. Recently, he stopped by to perform live in the KEXP studio for Audioasis -- and it’s good the cameras were on him because Porter also creates wonderfully strange animations, which are almost as integral to the experience as the music itself. Somehow this prolific artist finds time outside of animating and producing his own work to collaborate and perform with almost every highly talented figure in the Seattle electronic and hip hop world. His debut album, SYN-AESTHETIC, co-produced by Erik Blood and due out in April, has guest appearances from Shabazz Palace’s Palaceer Lazaro, Rude Boutique, Irene Barbaric, Jahcoozi, and Erik Blood, among others -- and on Vox Mod’s website there are long, long lists of those who he’s performed and collaborated with. Check out the electrifying one man show now:

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