1. Flux (Netherlands, 2008) (Irene Wiersma and band)
2. Flux (Netherlands, 2004) (Daniel Milano, Remco Boers, Joan Duarte, Thomas Broedelet)
3. Flux (Finland, 2006-), alias of Flux Fin
4. Flux (Denmark, 2008-)
5. Flux (Netherlands, 1992-2007) alias of Maarten van der Vleuten
6. Flux (UK)
7. Flux (USA, 1997) James Plotkin and Ruth Collins
8. Flux (UK), alias of Flux Pavilion
9. Flux (UK, 2007) alias of trance producer Steven J. Birch
1. The Dutch band Flux is the band of singer/composer Irene Wiersma. As well keyboard player Michiel Klein (Adept, Bonne Aparte) and drummer Johan Kooi (The Cellartunes) do take part in this group. Irene Wiersma makes also solo music as Evy
2. Another dutch band Flux was founded by Daniel Milano in 2004. It was a project which Daniel started with Remco Boers and Joan Duarte. Thomas Broedelet joined the group later.
Daniel: ” There was no intention of writing that many songs, we just thought being in a band was a cool thing to tell chicks !”
Best know songs by Flux are: Spanish Little Chikka, 26 Maart, Lieve Mamma, Iedereen doet z’n broek los, Z-z-z Caressa & Mokkels, Geld & Alcohol which all appeared on their debut album ” Mokkels, Geld & Alcohol in 2004. Daniel wrote most of the Flux songs but unfortunately most of them were never recorded. By the end of 2004 Flux broke up and Daniel continued working with Thomas Broedelet.
3. A Finnish band called Flux emerged in 2006 and released two singles on their own na-no Records before being licenced to Swedish label Electric Fantastic Sound in late 2007. Debut album “Safe+sound” was released in 2009. Flux are Asta, Vesa and Ville.
4. A Danish band Flux Fluxdk
5. Flux is also an alias used by dutch techno producer Maarten van der Vleuten. The name appears for the first time on Outrage Recordings (a subsidiary of R&S Records, Belgium) in 1992. Later on he used this name for releases on Klang Elektronik, ESP, Mekanik and Signum Recordings. Also remixes for Trance Induction where made using this name. Most notable moments are True Feelings (1992) , Expanding Universe (1994) and the extremely limited album Laiad (2002). On one release the name is written as Phlux.
Flux / Maarten van der Vleuten @ Wikipedia
Flux @ Discogs.com
Label page:Signum Recordings
6. Flux was also the name of a local band in the North East region of England, in a town called Hexham. The band, however, have split up now.
7. There’s also the James Plotkin project with Ruth Collins, basically to use leftovers of O.L.D., who had split up by that time. One release called Protoplasmic on Relapse.
8. Flux was the drum & bass alias of dubstep producer Flux Pavilion.
9. Used by trance producer Steven J. Birch for a short time. (mainly the tracks Stone Henge and My Planet) He also uses the aliases Lucid Dreamer and Solstice. Not to be confused with the american songwriter Steven Birch from the 80’s and 90’s.
Edited by CRB07 on 17 Oct 2012, 10:46
Sources (view history)
for 5; http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Maarten_van_der_Vleuten
for 8; Steven J. Birch trance producer -> http://www.discogs.com/artist/Steve+Birch
and the american songwriter -> http://www.discogs.com/artist/Steve+Birch+%282%29
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