Month: June 2014

Impose Magazine on Flutronix’s “Candy, Candy” Cover

Flutronix’s cover of Japanese pop hit Candy, Candy by Kyary Pamyu Pamyu got two thumb’s up in Impose Magazine‘s Week in Pop cultural review.  The review praises the cover, saying that “Nathalie’s voice, enthusiasm and smile show the global relevance of one of Japan’s biggest hits.” // Read the full story Read more…

 

2.0 Available on Japan’s Village Again Records

Flutronix’s latest album, 2.0, is now available in Japan via Village Again Records!  This represents a proud milestone for the duo as their first international recording industry contract and their first major venture in the booming Asian music market.  2.0 can now be found online and in stores throughout Japan, including major dealers like iTunes Japan, Tower Records […] Read more…

 

“She’s Just Like Me” Q&A with Nathalie

She’s Just Like Me, a blog that celebrates inspirational women of color by identifying them as diverse role models for generations to come, took a moment to sit down with Nathalie.  The Q&A offers insight to Nathalie’s life as half of Flutronix, an African-American entrepreneur and performing artists, and a multi-faceted educator. // Read the full […] Read more…

 

New Music Video: “Candy Candy”

In anticipation of the Japanese release of Flutronix’s latest album, 2.0, on Village Again Records, the duo has released their cover of Candy Candy by J-Pop sensation Kyary Pamyu Pamyu.  Check out their fresh version in this music video: Read more…

 

Exclusive Live Mixtape Download

Music blog Caught in the Carousel featured an exclusive free download of Flutronix’s Live at the Attucks Theater mixtape, recorded this past spring as part of the Virginia Arts Festival! The mixtape is described as showcasing “a deft confidence that swoons the listener with soulful vocals, masterfully layered arrangements, and an incomparable live presence that makes one envious of […] Read more…

 

Tri State Indie Flutronix Feature

Tri-State Indie is best known for connecting bands, fans and brands by acting as a central network for indie music in the MidAtlantic Region.  The popular site featured Flutronix’s Live from The Attucks Theatre Mixtape and the duo’s latest album, 2.0, praising both for “a sensuous neo-soul to EDM that is intermixed with their melodious flute playing.”  The article […] Read more…