American born / Berlin based musician, producer and performer Snax is proud to release the first full EP under his house production moniker Box Office Poison.
Box Office Poison has a mission. That is, to deliver all the emotions conjured up by four-to-the-floor: the drama, the joy, the glamour, the light, the darkness, the cuntiness, the sweat. Snax has already released under this name via remixes for The Rimshooters and Bedroom Productions. For this release, the ninth on Snax’s Random Records label, he’s teamed up with soul singer Adam Joseph to create a fresh and breezy stomper "One Good Thing", perfect for summer dance floors and beyond.
While the driving beat, jangly piano and delicate synths move your body, the lyrics speak to something we all can relate to: the elusiveness of finding that one true love.
Two remixes round out the package. One is from Australian sensation Jad & The Ladyboy. Already known for slamming tracks on Exploited and Toy Town, Jad’s rework here is a spaced out and bass-y trip; heavy on the psychedelic while never losing the song inside.
Snax has also teamed up with ex-Manhooker frontman Mavin LeMagass in launching their songwriting production duo BonomoLeMagass. Together their remix takes the groove to the basement, ramping up the space between the beats. The result is deeper than deep house, further complimented by Adam’s luscious vocalizing.
Lenny Fontana (Ministry Of Sound / Kult) - "I love the old school vibe."
Severino (Horse Meat Disco) - "Yes … great sound!"
Quarion (Drumpoet Community / Retreat) - "Very sweet house vibes with that undeniable powerhouse funk touch from Snax. The original and the BonomoLeMagass Basement Remix are my favorites."
Marques Wyatt (Deep L.A.) - "Flowing joint!"
Vincent Kwok - "Great track! I love the vocal on this."
Sarah Favouritizm - "I like the Jad & The Ladyboy remix … really nice and dreamy."
Booker T. (Kings Of Soul / Liquid Sessions) - "Wicked tune."
Distant People (Foliage / Seamless) - "I'm feeling the vocal on this … a tasty, laid-back, melodic house cut."
Manutek (Mix Collectors) - " I like the BonomoLeMagass remix which reminds me some good underground tracks from the '90s"
Michael Fossati (Spirit of House) - "The classy old skool piano-house inspired BonomoLeMagass remix is the one for me."
Tommy D Funk (Good For You Records / DJ Times) - "Absolutely on fire … a classic in the making!"