The impressionistic musician Elijah Fox has mesmerized fans from all over the world with music that blends elements of jazz, impressionism, and psychedelic soul.
"From silky R&B tracks to spaced synth jamming, to old-school piano covers and soulful improvisations. Elijah's talent spans genres and styles, but his music is still defined by a common thread: Impressionism." – MUSEWIRE
Elijah Fox is a multi-instrumentalist, singer, and producer based in LA. He is particularly known as a pianist, and his piano composition "East Village" was sampled by Drake and 21 Savage on the song "Major Distribution," which reached number 3 on the Billboard Charts.
"For Elijah, the use of impressionism means evoking powerful emotional responses in his listeners with every movement, while remaining open to a thoughtful exploration in music." - MUSEWIRE
On Yussef Dayes' experimental debut solo album "Black Classical Music," Fox has contributed invaluable work as a performer and in the recording. Fox also toured as a keyboard player for the British drummer Dayes.
"Playing the piano has given me so much joy," Fox has stated, and his education as a pianist has been shaped by mentor Yusuf Salim, who played with Charlie Parker, and as a student at Oberlin Conservatory.
Elijah Fox – synthesizer and vocals
Myles Martin – drums
Solo Smith - bass