Konstantinos Soublis’ music was born in urban Greece and really found its path during the mid 90s, in a city that existed in a state of ‘flux’ like no other in the 20th century. Berlin’s social, historical and political factors all came to bear both consciously and unconsciously on the musicians experimenting in the city around the turn of the millennium and the freedom in the city’s creative spirit was very much a reflection of these wider factors. This, along with the naivety and liberalism of the time, mixed with punk-like rebellion against form gave birth to many of the strains of techno and electronic music that now dominate the sound of clubs the world over. Fluxion was swept along in this wave of creating for creativity’s sake during this special time, with an organic, naturally fluid and playful attitude towards pushing artistic boundaries. With 10 Fluxion albums and numerous ep’s, his work sprawls across 2 decades. Fluxion was at the start of the Dub Techno movement that is now considered a gender with thousands of releases. Two decades of constantly releasing and blending sounds without resting on his laurels of now considered classic releases such Vibrant Forms I and II but always inducing his sound with new ideas, and embracing the free form improvisational approach which enables an artist to use his studio as an instrument not a tool. He has collaborated with various well respected labels, such as Chain Reaction and Echocord as well as his own imprint Vibrant Music which has recently been re-launched (2017) for Fluxion and associated releases and collaborations . His more recent album works as Fluxion (Vibrant Forms III), was released in 2016 closing the trilogy commended back in 1999 on Chain Reaction. He then released (Ripple Effect) in 2018, combining electronic music with score music, and (Perspectives) in 2020 which has been described by the artist as his most personal work to date. Fluxion’s work takes the long view, “allowing sound to breath”, interact and meld together in new and unexpected ways, bringing in influences from other styles of music, classical, score, jazz, in an attempt to broaden the horizons and create new possibilities of the gender, and manages to do that keeping his characteristic sound and compositional aesthetic, keeping his music distinct. .