There are at least six different artists with the name PAX: 1) A Peruvian psychedelic rock band from the 1970s, now split-up. Members included: Mark Aguilar, Enrique Ego Aguirre, Miguel Flores, and Jaime Orue Moreno. They released one full length album, Pax (May God And Your Will Land You And Your Soul Miles Away From Evil) in 1970 by Sono Radio. Also a number of 45rpm singles through the '70s to the mid '80s including Exorcismo / Sr. Epidermis and Radar of Love. They have also been featured on the Back To Peru Vol. 1 and Vol. 2 compilation series with the tracks Sittin' On My Head and Exorcismo. 2) A German techno-industrial project by André Schmechta (of X-Marks the Pedwalk) and Heiko Daniels (of ECO). They released their debut album on Zoth Ommog Records in 1997, The Power of Pure Intellect and followed up in 1999 with High Speed Digital Spirit Processing. Both albums are now considered cult classics. Now defunct. 3) Solo project of Dutch singer/songwriter Jörgen Apperloo (Amsterdam) between 2000-2007. PAX won several Dutch prestigious music prizes in 2000 and 2001, performed on national and local radio and released two self-published albums: The Colors You Make Me Feel (2002)Homegrown Roses (2007) For more information about recent projects of this artist, please visit jorgenbenjamin.com or this lastfmpage: Jörgen ben Jamin
4) Trance duo Prateek Chaudhary & Gabriel Hochstatter. So far they have released three digital singles, including Carbon EP, Flare, & Transatlantic all in 2014. https://www.facebook.com/paxtrance 5) Dutch MC from the U-town, Utrecht. He has recorded an album as MC from hiphop band Illicit. He also recorded two albums with beatmaker PRY under the name of PAX & PRY. In 2009 he went on tour with Kyteman's Hip-Hop Orchestra. They've visited most of Dutch music festivals like: Lowlands, Pinkpop, North Sea Jazz and Eurosonic/Noorderslag 2009 and again in 2010. 6) Danish pop group, released the single "All The Way To Memphis" in the 70s, exact year unknown.