A while back Tim Hox was working on new music in the lab. He felt the undeniable urge to refocus his sound. Tim locked himself in the lab for the next six months. After those heavy months he nally got the courage to release some of his stuff on the label “Goons”. His rst single “My Party” received great response and turned to be the beginning of many new releases that would result in “The Hox Program EP”.
Together with tracks like: “Tool For You” & “Nucleotides” he discovered a new genre called Hox House. Getting support from big names like Hardwell, Don Diablo and Diplo. Tim knew he was up to something special. Working late in the lab, experimenting with this Hox House. He met Steff Da Campo and created a club banger called: “Break It Down” that got released on “Hexagon”. This track gave Tim the opportunity to let his sound spread through a bigger audience.
It gave him the inspiration to work on a new EP that already gets the support from even bigger names. The “Incipiens EP” is the true Hox sound evolved in something mature. Something to be proud of. Something to dance to.
Even though Tim his sound has changed, his goal is still the same. Activating the Hox-gene by experimenting with music.
2020 has a lot to offer for our favorite scientist, Tim Hox.