Whoever hasn’t seen Lexodus perform live is seriously missing out – a live, hip-hop experience with a multitude of instruments and new sounds that are adding a flair to the scene.
indieBerlin got an exclusive ‘space’ interview with them, as well as insight into the release of their X-Files live video.
Incorporating some R’n’B, grime elements, neo-soul and psychedelic rock to their work – Lexodus is an experience not to be missed. After the release of their first track X-Files earlier this month we are looking forward to the announcement of their next track Confession on May 3rd and a music video on June 14th. Watch the live edition of X-Files to catch a preview of the Lexodus experience.
indieberlin: Hi Lexodus, it’s nice to have you with us for a moment I know you are very in demand around the universe, how was your trip?
Lexodus: I’ve got to say, this was quite a stressful voyage, lots of traffic jams on the XY-47 between Pluto and Neptune, some idiot crashed his vehicle onto an ice comet. The authorities took hours to clean the mess but hey, now we’re here!
indieberlin: Oh wow, we’re glad you could make it then! Why did you choose to share your music on Earth?
Lexodus: After becoming a planet-wide success on Nibiru, the Anunnaki told us to share our magic with earth. The same way they did 4000 years ago.
The vision to love and mission to change has been lost. We need to find this again for life to continue blossoming on earth.
indieberlin: And how do you feel about humans colonizing Mars?
Lexodus: I think there are a lot of problems to solve on this planet before we mess up another one and I am not a big fan of colonization. Before humans go anywhere else, they need to clean the water and restore the land. But if you do long travel to the red planet then hit me up, I know a lot of cool cats over there. Also, the atmosphere gets you high, so don’t be surprised and enjoy that little treat!
indieberlin: If your music was a movie, which genre would it be?
Lexodus: Straight up Sci-Fi bruv.
indieberlin: There is talk amongst Berliners that your music is actually being turned into a film, is this true?
Lexodus: We have documented everything. The truth is out there and people need to know that ancient spiritual artifacts are being abused as a method of control. The vision to love and the mission to change has been lost. We need to find this again for life to continue blossoming on earth.
There is wealth inside of knowledge, keep your ears to the ground and your eyes to the sky
indieberlin: How do you think the audience in Berlin is different to the audience on Saturn?
Lexodus: Well for starters, they’re humans. But the main difference is, people on Saturn cannot hear below 200Hz and above 5kHz which makes it very complicated for them to understand our music.
indieberlin: With whom would you never share the stage with?
Lexodus: Those guys from the HR 8799 System… We love a bit of funk but they’re just too stinky!
indieberlin: On your intergalactic travels have you come across any trouble?
Lexodus: To be honest, most of the hassle that we have received has been here on earth. There are quite a few secret organizations ranging from the Vatican to ‘those-who-must-not-be-named’ that are onto us. There is wealth inside of knowledge, keep your ears to the ground and your eyes to the sky.
indieberlin: There are some serious claims you have made over the interview, some may even say you’re crazy. What do you say to those people?
Lexodus: I say those who do not hear, will feel. The video evidence will be released on June 14th.
indieberlin: Would you like to greet anyone?
Lexodus: Yeah! Shout out to my man Elon Musk! We should BBQ again; I’ve got tons of space meat in my trunk. RIP Hawking, you are truly missed, catch you on the other side!
Lexodus is due to be releasing their next track Confession on May 3rd this year. Stay tuned with indieBerlin for more exclusives and information on their releases.
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Lexodus X-Files live video and space interview
Lexodus – photo credit to Mathilde Azoze