d’Voxx is a live electronic music project courtesy of Paul Borg and Nino Auricchio. Using only new modular instruments for live performance works, they explore the post-digital landscape working within the constraints of an analogue domain. d’Voxx reject the notion of preservation for a more transitory paradigm. Seeking to explore the space between live performance and recorded artefact, and through their recordings they document the collaborative progress of the artist, and the new modular instrument.
d’Voxx has evolved through a series of acclaimed live performances at festivals and expos across Europe.
Paul Borg: a double platinum award-winning music producer who established an early career profile working alongside pioneers of the emerging UK dance and electronic music scene such as Danny D, Derek B, KLF and Rebel MC, while also engineering and re-mixing for US artists including Was Not Was, Joyce Sims, Gang Starr and The Roots. Paul also recorded and mixed 5 albums with Japanese DJ collective United Future Organization for Giles Peterson’s Brownswood label, and continues to write and produce music for film and television throughout the world. Paul is a senior lecturer in music technology at the University of West London where he also teaches new modular synthesis.
Nino Auricchio: an electronic music composer, producer and arranger who has worked for Sony Music, BMG and numerous dance and soul labels. Nino has had success as part of the funk act Funkshone, releasing records globally through Skyline Records, P-Vine in Japan with work remixed by Kenny Dope Gonzalez. Nino composes library music and has work licensed by Red Bull for the World BBoy Championships and the US film, Growing Reason. Nino is a senior lecturer in sound engineering at the University of West London and is undertaking a PhD in electronic music composition.