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Xxxchange

XXXChange
Birth name Alex Brady Epton[1]
Also known as Armani XXXChange[2]
Origin Baltimore, Maryland[3]
United States
Genres Electronic, Alternative, Dance, Rap,
Occupations Musician, Record producer, Remixer, DJ
Instruments Drums, synthesizers
Years active 2006–present
Labels Big Dada,[4] Vice Media [5]
Associated acts Spank Rock, Kid Sister, Amanda Blank, WIN WIN, Kele
Website Official Website

Alex Brady Epton, better known as XXXChange, is a Brooklyn-based musician, record producer, remixer and DJ. He garnered attention for his work with the musical group Spank Rock, whose influential debut album YoYoYoYoYo he produced. More recently, he has been involved with the group WIN WIN alongside Chris Devlin and Ghostdad, who released their self-titled debut in 2011 on Vice Records. The album featured vocals by Alexis Taylor of Hot Chip, Lizzi Bougatsos of Gang Gang Dance, and Blaqstarr.

Highly sought-after by artists in a variety of genres, Epton has also done production or remix work for The Kills, Kele Orekeke, Björk, Charlotte Gainsbourg, Thom Yorke, TV on the Radio, Lilly Allen, Kool Keith, Kylie Minogue, and many more.[6]

Epton is an internationally touring DJ. Notable performances include the V Festival in the UK and Parklife Festival in Australia 2008, Sonar Festival in Spain and the Guggenheim in NYC 2009, Electric Zoo Festival in NYC & Ninja Tune XX in London 2010.[7]

Production Credits

2006

  • Spank Rock - "YoYoYoYoYo"[8]
    • "Backyard Betty"
    • "What It Look Like"
    • "IMC"
    • "Rick Rubin"
    • "Touch Me"
    • "Bump"
    • "Sweet Talk"
    • "Chilly Will"
    • "Top Billin' from Far Left"
    • "Coke & Wet"
    • "Competition"
    • "Outro (Screwville USA)"

2008

2009

2010

  • Kele - "The Boxer"[11]
    • "Walk Tall"
    • "On the Lam"
    • "Tenderoni"
    • "The Other Side"
    • "Everything You Wanted"
    • "The New Rules"
    • "Unholy Thoughts"
    • "Rise"
    • "All the Things I Could Never Say"
    • "Yesterday's Gone"
    • "Meet in the Middle" (digital bonus track)

2011

  • Kele - "The Hunter"
    • "What Did I Do?" (featuring Lucy Taylor)
    • "Devotion"
    • "Love as a Weapon"
    • "You Belong to Someone Else"
  • WIN WIN - "WIN WIN" (Vice Records)
    • "Victim" (featuring Blaqstarr)
    • "Future Again (Oakland) (featuring Angela Sarakan)
    • "Releaserpm" (featuring Lizzi Bougatsos)
    • "Interleave"(featuring Alexis Taylor)
    • "Cada Buen Dia"
    • "Pop A Gumball" (featuring Andrew W.K., Matt Sweeney, Naeem Hanks)
    • "Distorted Reality 3"
    • "Ghosts/Delirium"
    • "The Nature of Transcendent Forces" (featuring Douglas Armour)
    • "Not Too Late"
    • "Not Too Late (Pt. 2)" (featuring Mika Yoneta)

Official Remixes

2006

2008

  • Björk- "Earth Intruders (xxxchange remix)" [13]

2009

  • El Guincho - "Antillas (XXXChange remix)" [18]

2010

2011

References

External links

  • Official website
  • Myspace
  • Discogs
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