Long Beach-based musicians turned producers Adrian Young (No Doubt) and Todd Forman (Sublime) have officially announced their newest adventure – Moxy Brothers. This team offers full service music production, including engineering, songwriting and performance.
To kick things off, the Moxy Brothers have announced a competition to find a brand new song with the most Moxy! Fans can enter the competition by sending their song in .mp3 format, along with their Instagram handle and hometown to firstname.lastname@example.org between November 5th – November 19th. Adrian and Todd will choose the one song they feel has the most “Moxy” – the tune with the best combination of song, story and vibe will stand out.
The chosen artist will get the full Moxy Brothers treatment as Adrian and Todd will assist in all aspects of music production including composition, arrangement and recording to bring the winning composition to its full potential. Moxy Brothers will handle pre-production and bed tracks in their Ruby Red Room studio before heading to the winner’s hometown with their mobile UA recording gear. Additionally, the winner will walk away with his or her own Apollo X4 desktop interface! For more information on the Moxy Contest, Enter Here
Both Adrian and Todd played a fundamental role in the Southern California music scene since the 1980’s while being part of multi-platinum and genre-melding iconic bands. Their musical paths crossed countless times over the years and their unwavering friendship and passion for music have inspired the Moxy Brothers production team.
“We have been so fortunate to live and work with a community of artists as diverse and talented as they come. Our friends have established a little seaside artist colony that takes advantage of its eclecticism, individualism, honed talent, and diverse creativity. The only thing missing is you!” shares Todd on the new adventure.
With vast talents and experience, Moxy Brothers infuse their productions with diverse tones and encyclopedic references from New Wave to Pop, Alternative to Punk, Metal to Blues, and Ska to Reggae – all serving to celebrate the sounds of yesterday, today, and tomorrow.