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Flux Capacitor

Flux Capacitor

Flux Capacitor


1. Emerging from the outskirts of the Philadelphia area, Flux is already a must-see in the region’s music scene. The band represents a ferocious new sound resonating from ancient mysticism to futuristic visions obtained through lucid dreaming. Flux has gained an expanding fan base by touring the east coast and mid-west, headlining festivals and by hosting various parties dubbed as “encounters” where you can find the band jamming and experimenting late into the night. Read more on Last.fm
1. Emerging from the outskirts of the Philadelphia area, Flux is already a must-see in the region’s music scene. The band represents a ferocious new sound resonating from ancient mysticism to futuristic visions obtained through lucid dreaming. Flux has gained an expanding fan base by touring the east coast and mid-west, headlining festivals and by hosting various parties dubbed as “encounters” where you can find the band jamming and experimenting late into the night.

Highly influenced by the current psychedelic movement the three-piece outfit, comprised of three brothers share a unique connection that allows them to fuse a groove intensity with ambient swirling effects and addicting, almost hypnotic singing. Throw in a highly spontaneous live show that merges improvisations with thought-provoking lyrics (delving into topics as varied as a serious reflection of the world’s current affairs to dream states experienced by band members), and you have a gem of a band that won’t stay hidden very long. Flux Has Shared The Stage With Umphrey`s McGee, Railroad Earth, Keller Williams, Rusted Root, The New Mastersounds, Tea Leaf Green, Karl Denson`s Tiny Universe, Ozomatli, Conspirator, Stanton Moore, JGB with Melvin Seals, Particle, David Grisman Quartet, Ivan Neville`s Dumpstaphunk, Kung Fu, Papadosio, the Movement, Splintered Sunlight, Dangermuffin, Lukas Nelson and many, many more!. 2. Late 90's Emo band, appeared on Deep Elm Vol. 4 (1999), released an LP, among other things. Read more on Last.fm.

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