Comprised of vocalist + bassist Eugene Goreshter, guitarist Greg Edwards and drummer Carla Azar, the Indie-Rock band Autolux started out by playing gigs in Los Angeles, California USA, in early 2000.
Their alt-noise Electro-Rock captured the attention of various contemporary
acts such as The White Stripes who
invited them to open a string of dates, in the meantime the three-piece
outfit self-released the aptly-titled 5-track demo-CD "Demonstration".
By the fall of 2002, the band became the first act signed to DMZ Records, a new label created by the Coen Brothers and T Bone Burnett.
Two years later Autolux released their debut full-length disc, "Future Perfect", which reached the #16 position on the Billboard Magazine's Top Electronic Albums chart; it included the single "Here Comes Everybody" and was followed with a nationwide tour with such acts as Secret Machines, Beck and Nine Inch Nails.
After many years of inactivity Autolux are officially back; their second album, "Transit Transit", is scheduled for release on August 3, 2010.