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With the release of Elements album, Fox takes a new approach to blending genres to create something all its own. Laced with character, an edgy and colorful undertone, and plenty of hooks, the record boasts the aesthetic of electronic-rock anthems. 


The first single "Cards Down" grabs you with a seriously catchy groove, a wild hard rock tone, and a progression that sticks with you.


"Despite the seen and unseen hurdles, we seem to face as we all navigate through life, the chance to liberate and be liberated is something I value dearly. The song depicts a character dealing with thoughts like these as they phase through a dreamlike world of tenuous conceptual certainty."  explains Fox Reyna of the single.

Although the single speaks volumes for the album, to get a full understanding of where Fox is really coming from, the album should be heard in its entirety. 


The last song on the album, (Blink) Come to Think of It..., is the first full song I recorded after learning how to use a DAW. I honestly could have rerecorded it after getting more accustomed to the recording process and learning how the DAW worked, but I wanted something to look back upon to see how I grew as a songwriter. This whole album is a reflection of that same concept, as I see improvements to be made on almost all tracks. But instead of tweaking and tweaking these tracks to get them "perfect," I want to look back on these through a lens of reflection. 


I feel my sound has evolved as I get more comfortable with the tools in the DAW and finding the different synths and samples available. I feel like every song I write I learn something that applies to the next one I end up writing. As I mentioned previously, my music lately has been a blend of hard rock and electronic, but my future projects are definitely not limited to that, as I draw inspiration from many other genres.” says the artist on his evolution in songwriting and recording. 

After bring an avid music lover for years, Fox decided to give something back and contribute to the world of music by creating his own. 

With 7 years of guitar playing and not too much knowledge of home recording, he dove in and in time learned his technique and approach to recording his songs. 

After a few years he began releasing material and the Elements album is a testament to where they are at with his sound right now. 


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