Urban Archaeology: Twenty One Years of Mo'wax
'Urban Archaeology: Twenty One Years of Mo'wax' is a lavishly produced celebration of the output, aesthetic, and legacy of one of the most influential record labels in contemporary music. Founded in England in 1993 by the young DJ and promoter James Lavelle, the record label Mo'Wax would become an icon of independent music, a pioneer of new genres, and the epicenter of a movement in popular culture. True to the label's legacy, this book is a carefully designed and beautifully produced object. With contributions from many of the seminal musicians, Urban Archaeology is more than a celebration of a record label – it is the record of a focal point in contemporary music, style and culture.
- Published by Rizzoli