About Flux Capacitor
Emerging from the Pennsylvania music scene, from the outskirts of the City of Brotherly Love, is the phenom band known as Flux Capacitor.
Their fiery, distinct sound has catapulted the group with lightning speed into the National Music Scene.
This band of brothers consistently inspire and evoke a new and wildly addicting sound resonating with elements of rock, improvisation and electronica.
They redefine musicality with positive prophetic vocals, complex guitar work, innovative keys/synths/bass stylings, with feverish syncopated drum rhythms. Performances at every show dubbed “Encounters” are filled with improvisation, musical segways, spontaneous covers, and teases creating a one of a kind experience. The brothers are clearly devoted to current affairs, the future of the world, their craft and their fans. Their intense playing feels almost effortless and is charged by a higher power. Their electric vibe transcends the stage and extends into the crowd creating a magical musical ambience of jamming on tribal proportions. Flux has adopted a freer sylistic element of music that embraces and engages their audiences.
Flux has traveled the east coast, mid-west, south-east and Canada. Headlining festivals, clubs and a plethera of venues. Their new cd “Monolith” was recorded with Jack Endino in Seattle Washington, famed for recording with many of the great acts of the last century, Nirvana, Pearl Jam, Soundgarden and more.
The band has shared the stage with Umphrey’s Mcgee, Keller Williams, Railroad Earth, Rusted Root, Papadosio,The New MasterSounds,Tea Leaf Green, Karl Denson`s Tiny Universe, Conspirator, Stanton Moore,JGB, David Grisman Quartet, Ivan Nevilles Dumpstaphunk, Kung Fu, Splinterd Sunlight, DangerMuffin and Lukas Nelson to name a few!
Flux has an exploding and loyal fan base which confirms that “When your in Music–Your in Flux”
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