The design-centric team at PAX Labs in San Francisco has teamed up with Rob Garza and Eric Hilton from the electronic music group, Thievery Corporation, to release a limited-edition Thievery Corporation branded PAX Era vape coinciding with the release of the band’s latest album, Treasures from the Temple.
PAX Labs is no stranger to partnering with musicians. In 2015 they released a limited-edition PAX 2 vaporizer in collaboration with R&B artist, The Weeknd, during his “The Madness” fall tour. The vape featured an engraved “XO” logo of The Weeknd’s record label.
Featuring Thievery Corporation’s name and logo, the new Era uses the same great technology and high-quality construction of the original temperature-controlled portable oil vaporizer. Combining app-enabled connectivity for precision temperature control along with the dual-wick and dual-airflow system, the low-waste PAX Era delivers the luscious and potent clouds that fans’ taste buds are watering for.
Filled with a high-quality craft-style Lebanese Blonde essential oil (developed by Blue River, an essential oil extract company, in close collaboration with Thievery Corporation), the premiere PAX Pod pays tribute to the band’s classic hit, Lebanese Blonde. Blue River will be the exclusive partner for the Lebanese Blonde PAX Pods.
Things will be kicking off April 19th in Los Angeles, California with a first-listen album party and a live set by DJ Rob Garza. Fans will be treated to VIP access to music videos, photos, and a look behind-the-scenes as well as a chance to take home a free Thievery Corporation PAX Era, digital album download codes for Treasures from the Temple, merch, and other fun goodies.
Fans will be able to grab a limited-edition Thievery Corporation PAX Era starting April 20th for $30 from PAX.com and select retailers for $39.99. Initial availability of the Lebanese Blonde PAX Pods will be limited to the state of California, with other markets rolling out later in 2018.
Update 4/18/18: We’ve added some hands-on photos of the limited-edition Thievery Corporation PAX Era.