Steve Homan, better known by his producer name STATX (pronounced Stat-icks), is an electronic musician, record producer and owner of the Statx Entertainment record label. The pseudonym “STATX” is a combination of “ST” from Steve and “ATX”, which is an abbreviation for Austin, Texas, where he currently resides.

Steve was encouraged to play music at an early age. His mother would take him to various shows and music festivals in Austin, which had a big impact on his early musical taste. He started playing percussion for the school band in the 6th grade and pieced his first drum set together throughout his junior high years. He continued playing percussion for the school band into high school and was a drummer in several garage rock bands throughout junior high and high school. It was around this time that he developed an interest in other genres, such as heavy metal, funk, reggae, jazz, soul, and hip-hop. All of these genres would later play a role in his unique production style.

Shortly after high school, Steve started making beats and composing various song ideas using a small MIDI keyboard and a computer. It was during this time that he started learning audio recording and production, but it wasn’t until 10 years and several bands later that he founded his own label, Statx Entertainment, as an outlet for all of the music that he had been recording.

Along with running his label and performing live, Steve works with local artists to record and publish music out of his home studio.




In addition to working on his future releases, he also licenses music and runs a little thing called Imaginary Stereo along with his friend Pete Johnson from Woodford Mastering.



STATX | 1984