Wax Motif Finally Unveils Genre-Defying Debut Album, ‘House Of Wax’

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Wax Motif has been making some of the most consistently forward-thinking and memorable house music for the last few years now. Having played sets and festivals across the globe, it’s wild to think that he hasn’t actually released an album yet. However, this process has allowed him to hone in on his sound and brand for the best quality possible. Without further ado, we present to you Wax Motif’s debut album, House of Wax, out now via Divided Souls.

House of Wax is a collection of previously released singles that are instantly recognizable, in addition to four new tracks and three new remixes. Some of those identifiable tracks include bass house bangers, “All Black Everything” and “Skank N Flex,” the African-inspired, “Koalack,” and the melodic house ballad, “Thrills.” The four previously unreleased tracks are the bouncy “Issa Vibe,” the glitchy, funky “Eyes Closed,” the Y2K-inspired “Waiting,” and the R&B-tinged “Live For The Night.” The three remixes come by way of Qlank, Colorsick, and Plegmatic Dogs.

The seventeen-track LP showcases Wax Motif’s evolving sound and the culmination of many years of hard work and dedication. Stream the project below and enjoy!

Wax Motif – House Of Wax