Nov - Jan 


It takes a particular kind of artist to be able to create powerful music using gentle, ethereal tones and Luke Fox is as good at it as they come. Not your typical contemporary urbanised musician, Luke Fox delivers the honest, laid-back swagger of his small town upbringing. Based in Perth & Margaret River, His sunny disposition, breezy feels and distinctive vocal tones are definitively Western Australian... warm and inviting. 

Luke Fox's feel good ways have been met with immediate success. In less than 12 months he has released his first songs to national airplay, won a triple j Unearthed award, performed at Groovin The Moo Festival, and had his music synced with global surf and travel brands including O’Neill Surf and STA Travel. Also welcomed into the thriving West Aus music scene, Luke’s kept busy playing shows with the likes of Abbe May, Riley Pearce, Teischa and Tim Nelson. 

This isn’t your typical solo expedition. With an ensemble of talented friends in studio and performance, Luke Fox's band are a display of musical wholeness, and the energy they deliver reflect their souls in all their authenticity. They are the perfect balance between serious musicians and fun loving mates... the kind that drinks plenty of the rider before getting on stage. 

Born from the context of Gen Y dilemmas and paying homage to his closest relationships and pure West Australian lifestyle, Luke Fox’s debut EP Avocados (expected Feb 2018), is all that makes his music relatable and beautiful. Diverse and consistently interesting, each song is filled with organic, thoughtful imagery and layered with shimmering guitar lines, catchy grooves and sweet vocal melodies. An emotional, engaging EP, Avocados is a tribute to home, to authenticity and to the ironic problem of feeling lost when able to have everything. 

Luke Fox (and friends) have used subtlety to its most powerful end – filling the stereo field to capacity without overcrowding it. From the gritty rise of string-laden opener Reasons and its haunting chorus, honey smeared guitars of Fly In The Champagne and sentimentality of closing track Wolf; Due in no small part to producer Matt Gio and master(er) William Bowden, Avocados is somehow sonically huge while feeling utterly weightless and capable of flight. Likened to Jose Gonzales’ project Junip and Australian songwriters Whitley and Vance Joy, Luke Fox fills his own unique space, and Avocados is the perfect introduction to one of Australia's ripest new talents. 

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