FLUX: Uncarved Block: CD

This is Flux of Pink Indians back in 1986 when they dropped their punk stylings and went more to a modern rock electronic sound and shortened their name. It’s quite interesting in the same light as latter-period Chumbawumba or the Talking Heads. Male and female vocal interplay is always an interesting combination. The music feels more like jamming than actual mechanical songwriting. It is a mash of different elements—jazz, dub, and ambient. I totally ignored this when it first came out. To listen to this now, they were probably way ahead of their time and too late for the present.

 –don (One Little Indian)