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The best kept secret in music


"The Boston Globe"

“Anyone who tells you craftsmanship is dead in pop music hasn’t been listening to Zoux, whose carefully constructed R&B inspired songs whip up a whirlwind of interesting sounds and heartfelt emotions.”
- David Wildman


This lad who honed his keyboard skills at Berklee, has unleashed a big, lush, pop disc, a mix of glam-influenced rock and pop that explodes out of the speakers…you have a shimmering display of well crafted pop tunes, energetic, and full of life.” - Bill Ribas

"Metrenome Magazine"

“Zoux lays down a bustling collection of memorable songs that rockwith fierce intensity…An astounding effort from a talented guy that I’m sure we’ll be hearing a lot more from.” - Metrenome Magazine

"The Boston Globe"

“Given his sound, you’d expect local keyboard wizard Zoux to be dressed more like a young Billy Joel or maybe Ben Folds...then again, maybe he should stick with the club cloths. Either way, the 11 cuts on Zoux’s new CD are anything but clubby. Soulful, hooky pop is the name of the game for the Berklee-trained pianist producer”. - Hayley Kaufman

"The Noise"

“This is a powerful pop triumph combining stylish songwriting, great lyrics, super harmonies, big production,
and lots of ear candy. Zoux has all the great pop song masters rolled up in this brilliant disc. Lovers of Elvis
Costello, Squeeze, Jellyfish, McCartney, Afghan Whigs, The Who, The Pills, Gigolo Aunts, The Beatles...etc. should absolutely own this disc. I’m so glad I do.”
- Joel Simches


“Holy freekin' moses! What an independent album I found in this hidden treasure. This is a damn good modern powerpop treasure somewhere between Ben Folds Five, Jellyfish, Owsley, Squeeze and The Shazam. Great vocals and a very nice groovy modern powerpop production. Geehh... this is DAMN good to be honest. Second out "Why Ask Why" is one helluva tune and the Ben Folds-esque “Nothing So Ordinary” is another great tune for sure. Nahh - there are tons of more good tunes. In the highest league of indie-albums I've heard in a long time. Yepp - big words. Every one of them is true.” - Par Winberg


2004: Zoux-VolumeOne Did extremely well at college radio. Still going strong.
The first in a four volume CD.
My Love
Take Back Your Life
Carry the Sky
Can't Keep Falling
Hold On

2001: Good Days
After She's Gone
Nothing So Ordinary
Why Ask Why


Feeling a bit camera shy


Zoux combines the pop writing of The Beatles, Elton John and Sting with the Soul foundations of Stevie Wonder, Bill Withers and The Meters.

As a producer he's worked with Throne, Addison Groove Project, Rane, Angry Salad, Kudison Kai (Elton John/Chaka Kahn), Bowman, Chris Bono, and Alain Mallet (Jonatha Brooke/Paul Simon) to name a few.