Mo’ Wax was a UK-based record label owned by James Lavelle, who founded it in 1992 with Tim Goldsworthy. Steve Finan became co-owner shortly after. The label came to recognition for being at the forefront of trip hop, turntablism and alternative hip hop during the mid-1990s. Mo’Wax closed in 2002.
Following the release of ‘The Man From Mo’Wax’, an excellent documentary telling the story of James Lavelle’s rise to prominence and fall, we caught up with the man himself to discuss his past, present and future.