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ALT-ROCK COLLECTIVE, THE FLUX MACHINE, DROP COVER OF BILLY IDOL’S “REBEL YELL”‏

New York City-based alternative rock collective, The Flux Machine, announce the release of their cover of Billy Idol’s “Rebel Yell,” fresh off the release of their album Louder!.  Louder! was mastered by DC-based producer, Taylor Larson, who has produced and mastered records from heavy rock acts such as From First to Last, Periphery and Veil of Maya. WATCH “REBEL YELL” HERE

The brainchild of Luis Accorsi (vocals) and Raphael Sepulveda (production), The Flux Machine were formed in late 2014, after Sepulveda responded to an ad Accorsi had placed for a music producer. Finding mutual influences in artists including The Rolling Stones, New York Dolls and Foo Fighters, the two began to write and record their own songs. By May 2015, The Flux Machine had completed 12 original tracks, which would become the listing for their debut record, Louder!.

Since then, The Flux Machine has logged performances across some of New York’s well-known rock stages, including Pine Box, The Rock Shop and The Grand Victory. Stay tuned for more from The Flux Machine in anticipation of their first full-length release!

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