Month: September 2014

Mikiki Japan features Flutronix

Popular Japanese music review site Mikiki, featured Flutronix in an interview about the duo’s first Japanese album release, 2.0.  The story highlights Flutronix’s debut performance in Tokyo, their unique urban art pop style, and also includes videos of the duo’s top cover songs – Sweet Dreams by Eurythmics and Candy Candy by J-Pop star Kyary Pamyu Pamyu. // Read the […] Read more…

 

New Live Music Video: Life Lines

Flutronix has released a new live music video of  Life Lines, a fan favorite from their sophomore album, 2.0, performed with drummer Joe Blaxx at The Brooklyn Museum. Read more…