Flutronix were featured guests on Tokyo FM’s Cosmo Pops Best 10, hosted by Amy Ohta. The program, broadcast weekly throughout Japan, is a pop music countdown program. Flutronix appeared on the shows highly anticipated segment called World Understand, highlighting one international artist that listeners should know more about. The duo discussed their latest album release, 2.0, and gave short live performances of their original song, Type Writer, as well as their first Japanese cover song, Candy Candy.
Flutronix appeared live on Gratitude, a daily radio program hosted by Rachel Chan on J-Wave 81.3, Tokyo’s most popular FM broadcast station. The show’s focus is town planning and the urban development of Tokyo for 2020, Tokyo’s upcoming Olympic year, in an effort to make Tokyo a welcoming cultural epicenter. Flutronix acted as cultural ambassadors, reflecting on their experience while working and performing in Tokyo, and offering their original song Type Writer as an anthem for the 2020 Olympics. // Listen to the segment
Metropolis, Japan’s No. 1 English speaking magazine, recently featured Flutronix. The story, which highlights the duo’s latest album release, 2.0, describes Flutronix as an “excellent music adventure“. It goes on to describe the their signature Urban Art Pop sound as have great vocals and beats, as well as “an ethereal, arty flavor that comes from years of dedicated classical music training.” // Read the full story
Flutronix are cover girls for the Summer 2014 issue of Symphony Magazine, the quarterly magazine of the League of American Orchestras. The duo was featured for their performance at Lincoln Center’s David Rubinstein Atrium in support of the launch of WQXR’s successful spring instrument drive. The drive collected donations of instrument from the tri-state that were distributed directly to NYC public school music programs in need. // Read the full story