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 full story
Flutronix is excited to present a unique, interactive workshop to members of the Flute Society of Greater Philadelphia, utilizing improvisation, electronics and collaboration. Participants will have the opportunity to experiment with loop pedals, play with technology and read through original Flutronix music. This workshop will expose players to thrilling ways to use the flute and make new music. Following the workshop, Flutronix will present a full concert program of their signature urban art pop music. This event is sponsored in part by Burkart Flutes & Piccolos and The Flute Pro Shop // Buy Tickets // More information
Flutronix were featured guests on Mercedes Me Music Factory, a weekly music show presented by Mercedes Benz and J-Wave 81.3, Tokyo’s most popular FM broadcast station. The duo discussed their latest album release, 2.0, and their first Japanese cover song, Candy Candy. A highlight of the show was a live performance of their take on Sweet Dreams by Eurythmics with the show’s host, Mr. Glober, joining them on guitar!
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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.
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