ONE OF THE ORIGINAL WAVE OF UK ELECTRONIC ‘BANDS’ SPAWNED IN THE EARLY NINETIES, ALONG WITH LEFTFIELD, UNDERWORLD AND THEIR OWN PATH, SIGNING ORIGINALLY TO ALAN MCGEE’S PREDOMINANTLY GUITAR BASED LABEL ‘CREATION’ (HOME TO OASIS AND PRIMAL SCREAM). THEY LATER BLITZED THE CHARTS, REMIXED THE BIGGEST BANDS IN THE WORLD AND APPEARED ON EVERY FILM, ADVERT, AND GAME GOING FROM THE MATRIX, TO PLAYSTATION TO VW CARS. THEN THEY DISAPPEARED…

 

Fluke return with their first release of a new era, a single entitled ‘Insanely Beautiful’. It comes with a main vox mix, one featuring Leah Clever and an All Buttons In club mix. There is also an accompanying Sean Johnston & Duncan Gray’s instrumental chug version via the Tici Taci boys.
 
Rewind: Fluke’s first mark was back in the early 90’s through their acclaimed white labels Thumper, Joni and Philly which led to them signing with Alan McGee’s Creation label and the release of The Techno Rose of Blighty. After performing two BBC Radio 1 sessions with John Peel they then joined the Circa label, released four further albums, Six Wheels on my Wagon, Oto, Risotto and Progressive History X followed by Puppy, released through One Little Indian records.
 
Enjoying chart successes with their own material, they also remixed artists such as The Rolling Stones, Bjork, Yello, New Order, Tears for Fears, Smashing Pumpkins for BatmanTalk Talk , Pop Will Eat Itself and more…During this period their music was also heavily licensed for TV and featured in films such as 
The Matrix, Tomb Raider, Behind Enemy lines, Sin City, The Saint and various games such as Need For Speed, Wipeout, and FIFA…
 
‘Insanely Beautiful’ marks Fluke’s first release to a project provisionally named Firebird And can be purchased here on Bandcamp

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