Perspectives is Fluxion’s ninth studio album, following 2018’s Ripple Effect on which he aimed to combine dub techno and film scoring. In contrast, Perspectives is more personal in that it expresses his state of mind at a specific point in time where the need for change was a necessity.
“There are moments in every artistic path, where instead of following a concept, an instinct, a theorem, music becomes the tool that allows you to see and reflect more clearly on your own feelings,” Fluxion, real name Konstantinos Soublis, explains. “Music has this unique ability to talk straight to your inner world, and doesn’t necessarily request the process and the complexities of an analytical mind in order to be understood.It can just be felt.”
“Peoples lives a series of roads. Some move in parallel, some intersect, some go nowhere forcing you to go back to where you came from.
One thing is certain. You can never see more than 200 meters to a direction, until you decide to take this road, and by doing so everything becomes your new reality changing you forever. You can dream, hypothesize, weight the impact of a road in your life, but this inductive thinking can only take you to those 200 meters of realism. We weight roads based on available fact, and prepare ourselves accordingly, but the moment you turn you are changed. In the end what we long for is the things we don’t know, or can’t imagine”