Combining the edge of alternative rock, the rhythms
of neo-soul with a hint of acid jazz,
finally lands on the map as the country's freshest
soul-funk rock group.
Formed in 2006, FLiCKER FUSION was born from
love, friendship, and a passion
In the three years that have passed, the band has come far from the pop-rock sensibility that characterized their early compositions. After a lengthy experimentation period with member lineups and musical arrangements, they discovered the skill, the style and the sound
that were not just closest to their hearts and personalities, but also most distinct to the ears of their growing audience.
In the underground music scene, they are much coveted for their remarkable cover of Sinosikat's So Blue, D'Sound's Good Man, and Paramore's Misery Business, among others.
And as is evident from their maiden EP album,
their own original music is also no less significant:
Boasting of songs that range from chill, lithe melodies (Damsel in Distress, New Earth), to heart-wrenching compositions (DKM: 'Di Kita Masisisi), to more vigorous, heart-pumping beats (Lihim, Kadena), it is no wonder why
FLiCKER FUSION continues to become one of the country's
most raved about indie artists today.