On January 11, Flux Pavilion announced to the world that he will no longer be creating dubstep. Instead, he would focus his energy towards a new direction. Ten days later, he released his 16 track album titled .Wav, and it is safe to say the former Dubstep Don delivered a stunning masterpiece.
Flux Pavilion reveals his authentic self.
Although .Wav is not an album fans would expect from the I can’t Stop Produce, it seems to be Flux’s most authentic album. He reveals his true musical genius and aspects of his taste and personality that have never before been seen.
Most artists won’t dare to abandon the sound that broke them into stardom. It takes true courage to reach outside of your comfort zone and risk your career in order to create something entirely new and unexpected. Flux’s transition from heavy bass music to melodic soundscapes is not only important for himself but for dubstep as a whole.
Flux Pavilion collabs with Feed Me and more.
Flux featured an array of artists like Feed Me, Drowsy, and The Chain Gang of 1974, and hit on multiple sub-genres of electronic dance music. With no one track sounding like the other, Flux is having fun making music again. Without the pressure to make that deep dubstep banger, he is free to explore his versatile musical capabilities, and it shows.
Flux Pavilion sings and plays live instruments.
Flux not only sings on the album but shines with underrated guitar riffs and dazzling analog work. He is able to create dreamy soundscapes and captivating vocals that hit you hard emotionally. .Wav takes you on a beautiful journey through sound and experimentation while still staying true to Flux’s style.
.Wav is an adventurous attempt for Flux to reinvent himself. In doing so, created the most alluring project of his career. By switching up his style he set a great example for any artist looking to transform their creative vision and set forth on a new path.
Listen to Flux Pavillion’s .Wav on Apple Music or your preferred streaming Platform!