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Gig Alert: Flutronix

Monday, December 05, 2011

Flutronix
"Brown Squares"
Playing Monday at Shrine
(2271 Adam Clayton Powell Jr. Blvd., Harlem)
Get: Tickets (Free) | Directions

Flutists Nathalie Joachim and Allison Loggins-Hull met on MySpace in 2008 after coming across each others' pages at around the same time. The classically-trained musicians realized that they shared an interest in experimental flute music and formed Flutronix in 2009. The Brooklyn duo's indie chamber music masterfully blends elegant acoustic flute work with looping electronic blips and beats. 

Download the band's song “Brown Squares” from its self-titled 2010 debut album above or watch a live performance of the song “Life Lines” from the same release below. Flutronix plays at Shrine in Harlem on Monday night.

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