FAQ

Frequently Asked Questions

General Questions

If you’d like to book an AVX Lab artist for a live show; you can contact us at booking@avx-lab.com!

If you are a member of the press who has requests for interviews, review materials, photos, videos, credentials and other assets; please contact: info@avx-lab.com

While we do accept demo submissions, please limit them to links that are properly labeled and high quality. Please only send them to mgmt@avx-lab.com. Please do not email attached files directly, as we will immediately delete them. We do review every demo we receive that adheres to these guidelines, but due to the amount of time and resources it demands, we are not able to personally respond to every submission. We will contact you if we’re interested in what you’ve sent. Thanks!

AVX Lab offers a limited number of internships for college students during the fall, spring and summer semesters. For additional information, please contact us at: info@avx-lab.com


Who We Are & What We Do

AVX Lab is an innovative audio/visual label, specializing as a booking agency. Founded by VJ BunBun, we work alongside an eclectic pool of visual and musical personnel – from record labels and artist managers to producers, performers and programmers – to create projects that engage, educate and excite audiences.

Drawing on experience from leaders in the arts & entertainment industry, AVX Lab offers a range of services, from artistic strategy and public relations consultancy to innovative content and projection design for visual mapping, live event production, and interactive installations.

This depends entirely on how hands-on you want us to be. We can give you a price on any of our services individually, or put together a package for more dedicated support if you have a larger project in mind. For an idea of our rates; please see: pricing

Our passion is working with people who are passionate about immersive environments that combine live visuals, lighting, architecture, and sound design to create remarkable experiences. It’s really as simple as that.