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Flox In Dub
Flox - In Dub
(CD/Digital) Underdogs Records/Rue Stendhal, 2011-03-21

En bon anglais (même s'il vit à Paris depuis l'âge de 11 ans), Flox est ouvert à toutes les musiques, du punk à l'électro en passant par le reggae et l'afrobeat. Après deux albums où il flirtait pas mal avec le trip-hop et s'accompagnait d'un groupe, il se concentre désormais sur un nu-reggae à forte consonances électro-dub. Cet album est le résultat de la création faite pour le Telerama Dub festival. Un album In Dub qui comme son nom l'indique est une parenthèse, un hommage à cette musique après ses deux premiers albums Take My Time et The Words qui furent applaudis par le public et la critique. A écouter d'urgence pour tous les amateurs de nu-reggae-dub.

Flox In Dub
Flox - In Dub
(CD/Digital) Underdogs Records/Rue Stendhal, 2011-03-21

Tracklisting :
01. Playground
02. The dromz
03. Believe
04. No words
05. Individuality
06. Pros & cons
07. All I need
08. Bob K
09. Self propelled
10. Man 2 man

Links :
flox-music.com
myspace.com/takemyflox
facebook.com/FLOX.MUSIC
facebook.com/group.php?gid=58676816080
youtube.com/user/floxyfloxy
underdogrecords.fr
twitter.com/underdogrecords
myspace.com/underdoglomax
facebook.com/pages/UNDERDOG-RECORDS/153106666655


‪FLOX IN DUB ALBUM TEASER


FLOX "The words" video clip

Info (French) :
En bon anglais (même s'il vit à Paris depuis l'âge de 11 ans), il est ouvert à toutes les musiques, du punk à l'électro en passant par le reggae et l'afrobeat. Après deux albums où il flirtait pas mal avec le trip-hop et s'accompagnait d'un groupe, il se concentre désormais sur un nu-reggae à forte consonances électro-dub. Cet album est le résultat de la création faite pour le TELERAMA DUB FESTIVAL.

Un album IN DUB qui comme son nom l'indique est une parenthèse, un hommage à cette musique après ses deux premiers albums TAKE MY TIME et THE WORDS qui furent applaudis par le public et la critique. A écouter d'urgence pour tous les amateurs de nu-reggae-dub.

Biography (English) :
Born in London a few years ago... Started playing drums at the age of twelve. Bored in school up to 17 years old. Did five years at l'ecole supérieure ESTIENNE. That brings us to the age of 23. Up to that age I payed in several punk/hardcore bands and a reggae band also. Found a job after school in a computer business. Worked there for several years never stopping music for pleasure. Started a batucada as conductor. When that band ended (2003) I started thinking of a making my first album with a few songs I had under my sleeve ! The album was released by underdog records 3 years after that. The song "what's it gonna take" was on radio NOVA before the band existed ! The thing is, I played all instruments on the record which sounds nice but when your're on stage you need friends to give you a hand. So we put the band together in a month. Didn't sound too good at the begining but now, for the new album "the words" we are ready to blast your head off ! Hope you like it...
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