You might know Alx Czo as Cookieheadz or as the singer for the Waterford Landing. Or maybe you remember him spinning songs all night long a million years ago at Poplife or Revolver or more recently at the Vagabond's Thursday-night party, Shake.
He's back and all solo with a new video and song, "Devils," which he says is composed of Lot in Sodom, a short experimental film shot in 1933. He's working on a full-length album that'll be out by this summer called Blue Sabbath. In true Czo form, he says, "Heartbreak is a recurring theme, hence, I'm a closet goth. Lot of electronics mixing with live instruments."
Czo says he will likely post two more videos before the album drops and is setting up shows in a month. "I'm trying to include other musicians and come up with a different theatrical approach to the live show," he says. Yes, please! South Florida loves it some drama and can never get enough of Alx Czo.
For a full rundown of all of things Czo, click on this link. Check out the video after the jump.
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