We are all about other people telling you how good our releases are – this time Side-Line Music Magazine lay it out for you:
Vesa Rainne and Ville Brusi have always impressed me with their particular taste to mix vintage (analogue) sound together with modern sound treatments, but what they’ve accomplished on this new work simply sounds genius.
The Swedish magazine Synth.nu took their time but finally – here is their review of the current Flux Fin album “Grit, Guts & Glory”.
With the current trend being new material from old bands Electric Fantastic Sound has no other option but to dig deep into the vaults of Anton Weber.
A new album is coming later in 2015 – until then you will have to make due with the brilliant new single “From Russia With Love” out on February 2.
It usually quite easy to be humble but when the most influential electronic music blog of the world announces its “Top 20 Synthpop Albums of 2014” it’s hard not to get nervous.
Flux Fin, our friends from Finland, helps me as the label relax and takes place along with several worthy bands like Iamamiwhoami and Erasure by securing a position among the top ten!
Ever aware of the importance of googleability, former Finnish trio Flux re-branded themselves as Flux Fin, brought in vocalist Karoliina Karppinen, and proceeded to release one of the best synthpop albums of the year.
See for yourself by reading the full list!
It’s been a long time coming but finally our friends from Finland has put together a brand new album filled with wonderful music.
The title is “Grit, Guts and Glory” and the official release date is set to November 28 2014. While waiting for that day please enjoy this example of perfect pop: