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About Autolux

Autolux are one of Los Angeles' greatest secrets. Made up of former members of Ednaswap and Maids of Gravity, they create noisy psychedelic pop where the drums sound like they're messing with your mind and the guitars are constantly glowing white hot. After gigging around the Silverlake district, the group signed to DMZ records, the label started by the filmmaking Coen brothers. With T-Bone Burnett helping to add a bit of crunch on the production side, their debut, Future Perfect, was released in 2004.

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Listen toAutoluxon Napster

Autolux are one of Los Angeles' greatest secrets. Made up of former members of Ednaswap and Maids of Gravity, they create noisy psychedelic pop where the drums sound like they're messing with your mind and the guitars are constantly glowing white hot. After gigging around the Silverlake district, the group signed to DMZ records, the label started by the filmmaking Coen brothers. With T-Bone Burnett helping to add a bit of crunch on the production side, their debut, Future Perfect, was released in 2004.

About Autolux

Autolux are one of Los Angeles' greatest secrets. Made up of former members of Ednaswap and Maids of Gravity, they create noisy psychedelic pop where the drums sound like they're messing with your mind and the guitars are constantly glowing white hot. After gigging around the Silverlake district, the group signed to DMZ records, the label started by the filmmaking Coen brothers. With T-Bone Burnett helping to add a bit of crunch on the production side, their debut, Future Perfect, was released in 2004.

About Autolux

Autolux are one of Los Angeles' greatest secrets. Made up of former members of Ednaswap and Maids of Gravity, they create noisy psychedelic pop where the drums sound like they're messing with your mind and the guitars are constantly glowing white hot. After gigging around the Silverlake district, the group signed to DMZ records, the label started by the filmmaking Coen brothers. With T-Bone Burnett helping to add a bit of crunch on the production side, their debut, Future Perfect, was released in 2004.