Always wanted to know something about Mo’ Wax? Just ask James Lavelle!Read the full story
Mo' Wax Please
Listen to more than 1h30 of DJ Shadow & DJ Krush delivering a great and eclectic selection at the Mo’ Wax Headz night in Manchester, 1994.Read the full story
Here’s the second and final part of the James Lavelle interview by DJ Haus for Fact Mag.Read the full story
Fact Mag had the chance to visit the new Mo’ Wax storage in London and to have a little chat with James Lavelle.Read the full story
A quick Q&A with SheOne, the artist who created the painting used for Andrea Parker’s Melodious Thunk EP.Read the full story
Here is a small selection of Mo’ Wax mixes by Mo’ Wax fans. Choose one and get your soundtrack for the afternoon.Read the full story
Mo’ Wax has just posted an video teaser for the forthcoming Urban Archaeology book and exhibition.Read the full story
Stereophonic Supply is live
Paul Bradshaw & Swifty of Straight No Chaser join forces again to launch Stereophonic Supply, a website about music and graphics. They already have some nice mixes up online, so head up to www.stereophonic-supply.co and don’t forget to read what Swifty has to say about his Mo’ Wax era.
Houston was the art gallery/studio of Seattle based artist Matthew Clark. In 2001 he curated a 2 months long Ben Drury exhibition. This web page has been online for many years and was very well known in the Mo’ Wax community. It has been taken down in 2005 I think, so it now has its place in the More Wax web archive.Read the full story
Finally something exciting!
Mo’ Wax just posted this photo on their Facebook page. I didn’t expect the original Headz painting by Robert Del Naja aka 3D to be that huge! The book and the exhibition look very promising… #mowax21
Following the Mo’ Wax feature published in The Face in 1995, here is their huge article covering the release of UNKLE’s “Psyence Fiction”, with some good infos about the looong making of the LP and a bit of Mo’ Wax history.Read the full story
This is not new, but an absolute must see : almost 50 minutes of James Lavelle talking about his musical influences, his career, and Mo’ Wax.Read the full story
If you were into Mo’ Wax in the mid/late 90s and had an internet connection, you’ve probably read this funny article already. If you have not, go on!
This was originally posted in september 1994 on a site called State 51 and is long unavailable. All images are from the initial page.
To introduce a series of archived web pages, here’s the intro of the Mo’ Wax website as it was in 2000/2001. Go bully a James Lavelle puppet on a heady Hip-Hop loop by Major Force West!
Do you remember this?
Just a quick funny for the day.Read the full story
Swifty is the man responsible for the design of the 30 first Mo’ Wax sleeves. He also built the label’s early graphic identity, including the legendary logo. Before I launched the site I knew that I wanted him to be the first to answer a few questions about the Mo’ Wax history. Here are his words.Read the full story
Here you go : http://www.mowax21.comRead the full story
Ben Drury on #mowax21
Now THIS is exciting!
… is a bit disappointing.Read the full story
Late 1995. The now defunct The Face magazine followed James Lavelle and the Mo’ Wax crew in a trip to the West Coast of the USA, where they were supposed to work on the then-forthcoming UNKLE/Belmondo album. The project was later abandoned but eventually gave birth to Psyence Fiction. Expect to read things and people you’ve never heard of before.Read the full story