Toxe is a Swedish musican crafting some of the most stomach-churning music productions, innovative drum patterns and lovelorn melodies in the scene. Somehow she always finds a way to make it sound all her own. The artist debuted in 2015 with the Muscle Memory EP on Staycore, followed by Morning Story via Vinyl Factory. In June 2018 Toxe released her latest Blinks EP on PAN.
Toxe’s horizons are very wide - she deconstructed Britney Spears in "Xic" for Halcyon Veil and with "Still Life" (co-produced with Mechatok) she caught the atttention of KENZO who used it as a score to their FW 2016 prints presentation. On top of that, Toxe also makes her own videos and likes to work audio-visually.
The constant metamorphosis of Toxe's style from her debut Muscle Memory EP to the sound pallette of Morning Story shows the artist taking intuitive turns which only she really knows. Last year Toxe was tipped as a producer to watch by the likes of Noisey, FADER and Dazed. All of this finds justification in the excellent quality of her works.
In spring 2017 Toxe released Morning Story - an audio visual project released on vinyl via The Vinyl Factory. In autumn that year the Swedish experimentalist performed in Vancouver and at EMPAC in Troy, New York followed by appearances at RIAM and Schiev. In May 2018 Toxe debuted her live show at London's Barbican Centre. In June Toxe released the Blinks EP via PAN. In autumn 2018 she completed her first tour of Asia. The artist is currently working on new solo and collaborative projects set for release in 2019.
"There’s a delicacy to the DJ sets by Toxe—not a fragile delicacy, but the kind you’d associate with an Olympic rhythmic gymnast, whose twirls only seem light and graceful because of the immense muscular power behind them." (The Fader)
"The Vinyl Factory present the audio from Toxe’s A/V collaboration with Niclas Hille, Morning Story - three succinct parts vaulting from the grandiose baroque miniature, Crumpled - redolent of her Determina cut off the Muscle Memory EP - to a shock of bittersweet vamps and stressed electronics in the slo-mo waltz, January Circus, culminating in the naif hardstyle fulminate of Debris Hut which sounds like it escaped from the studio floor of Arca’s Mutant session." (Boomkat)