A producer, composer, and one-man synthesizer attack squad, Solovox is the sound of Earl Carlton Tietze III. He combines his original compositions of cosmic funk, electro-house, and melodic downtempo with his remixes other artists' tracks to create a sound that is his and his alone...and he does it live, by hand.
With endless sounds and creativity, his keyboard chops remind one of Herbie Hancock smashing head-on into the Chemical Brothers. Mayhem usually ensues, and he consistently delivers one of the finest live electronic shows available anywhere.
He has remixed three tracks for Vokab Kompany including 'Shine' featuring Souleye, 'Gunslinger' for their album 'Quit Sleep,' and 'Let It Fly' featuring The Grouch and Souleye. He has done full video game sound design and composition, as well as tracks for Burn Notice and A&E's Biography. He is a sought-after instructor for Ableton Live, Reason, Cubase and electronic music production.
In July of 2009 he became the first-ever all-electronic act in the history of The Oregon Country Fair for their 40th Anniversary. He also headlined San Diego's Elysium Festival, Mexico's Fuente Eterno festival, Nexus in Los Angeles, and almost killed 2,000 revelers on top of the Hawthorne Bridge in 2010 for BridgeFest, causing the bridge to sway 2 feet up and down.
In 2012 he has been a featured performer at Inspire:Truth, Threshold, WhiteOut, and Halfway Home. He was a headliner for the Elysium Festival in San Diego, Full Moon In June Festival, Oregon Country Fair, and also performed at the inaugural What The Festival. In October he will be featured on OPB's 'Oregon Art Beat.'
Whether improvising heavily with a downtempo acid jazz set or laying down dance tracks at a club, Solovox is not a DJ...he is one of the most exciting electronic performers to be found anywhere.