FREE DOWNLOAD: “Brown Squares” Live

Flutronix has a new FREE mp3 download available! Fans can now enjoy a live performance of Brown Squares, a favorite from the duo’s debut album.  The track, recorded at The Attucks Theatre in Norfolk, VA, in a concert presented by the Virginia Arts Festival, features Flutronix with drummer Joe Blaxx. The full live concert mixtape, […] Read more…

Feature in “FUDGE”, Japanese Fashion Magazine

Japanese fans can head out to newsstands to read about Flutronix in the latest issue of FUDGE.  The magazine, which is known for being a leading cultured source for fashion, music, movies and art, features a full page interview with the NYC duo, and a great review of their latest album, 2.0.  Kawaii desu ne?! //Read […] Read more…

Mikiki Japan features Flutronix

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 […] Read more…

New Live Music Video: Life Lines

Flutronix has released a new live music video of  Life Lines, a fan favorite from their sophomore album,2.0, performed with drummer Joe Blaxx at The Brooklyn Museum. Read more…

Flutronix Live Showcase in Tokyo

Flutronix went to Japan for the first time ever this summer!  The duo made press appearances throughout the region in support of their first international album release, 2.0,  on Village Again Records.  On July 29, Flutronix presented a free live performance showcase in Tokyo at The Guinguette by MOJA, with two sets at 20:30 and 21:30.  The concert featured fan favorites […] Read more…

2.0 Available on Japan’s Village Again Records

Flutronix’s latest album, 2.0, is now available in Japan via Village Again Records!  This represents a proud milestone for the duo as their first international recording industry contract and their first major venture in the booming Asian music market.  2.0 can now be found online and in stores throughout Japan, including major dealers like iTunes Japan, Tower Records and more. […] Read more…

“She’s Just Like Me” Feature

She’s Just Like Me, a blog that celebrates inspirational women of color by identifying them as diverse role models for generations to come, took a moment to sit down with Nathalie.  The Q&A offers insight to her life as an African-American entrepreneur and performing artist, half of Flutronix and a multi-faceted educator. // Read the full […] Read more…

New Music Video: “Candy Candy”

In anticipation of the Japanese release of Flutronix’s latest album, 2.0, on Village Again Records, the duo has released their cover of Candy Candy by J-Pop sensation Kyary Pamyu Pamyu.  Check out their fresh version in this music video: Read more…

Concert Review on Music Blog “An Earful”

Music blog An Earful posted a glowing review of Nathalie’s recent performance on Victoria Bond’s Cutting Edge Concerts series at Symphony Space.  The concert was a portrait of African-American composer and Imani Winds Flutist, Valerie Coleman.  Nathalie performed Coleman’s daring solo flute work Danza de la Mariposa, and the blog applauded her take on the work by saying […] Read more…

Performance on BK Live for WQXR

Nathalie was honored to appear in a round-table discussion on the importance of music education for children and WQXR’s instrument drive, hosted by Brooklyn Independent Media’s BK Live. In addition to offering some insight as a performer and educator, Nathalie gave an exclusive solo performance of Syrinx by Claude Debussy.  Other panelists included Graham Parker (WQXR), Piruz Partow (Brooklyn Music School), […] Read more…