Women in Music Festival featuring FLUX

Time:06:30 pm

When and Where

Date:Wednesday 23 March 2016
Time:06:30 pm
Organizer: ICCR
Location: London

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FLUX are a four-member London-based band who create cinematic tunes that have shades of Indie, Urban, Indian and Western Classical. Playing violin, bansuri, guitar and piano as the core, the band is developing a reputation for their multi-instrumental talents and virtuosity. Their music, described as “intricate, energizing and beautiful,” often leaves impressions of Cinematic Orchestra, Nitin Sawhney, Jethro Tull and Radiohead with its striking melodies and rhythmic drive. With members who have come from a variety of backgrounds, they seamlessly bring together genres and tones creating truly unique and thought provoking compositions, both instrumental and vocal.

FLUX have made an impressive start to their career with the release of their debut EP Mirror (2012) and performances at venues such as Southbank Centre, King’s Place, Indigo 02, and the Great Escape. They are currently recording their first album “ShadowLines” set to be released in summer 2016. This new album captures the progression of FLUX from being a six piece to a four piece band. Now solidifying a new musical identity, their sound is bigger, more refined and even more captivating. Their elegantly crafted live shows are not to be missed, which demonstrate their skill and ingenuity when it comes to creating rich and dynamic soundscapes.

Violin: Preetha Narayanan
Piano & Guitar: Michael Goodey
Bansuri & Cajon: Shammi Pithia
Guitar: Suroj Sureshbabu

Presented by Sama Arts Network in association with The Nehru Centre

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