KaeoFLUX has managed to avoid the spotlight for some time. Being “the man behind” so many projects over the years has been a comfort zone, and a position of strength and creativity. Collaboration has been his constant, shaping the dense post rap world of Zucchini Drive, the synth pop energy of Elissa P, the acclaimed fractured soundscapes of Pilot Balloon, and the aggressive psych rock of Brooklyn’s Mon.Key.Pod and Madame Psychosis.

In the summer of 2010 KaeoFLUX’s music endeavors took a sharp turn. Madame Psychosis, the Brooklyn band who he had been playing keys, producing, engineering and living with, called it quits. Flux made the best of his newfound free time, and compiled a solo record that had been brewing for years.

With his debut album “Form” KaeoFLUX has finally put himself on display. This layered, cinematic 15 track album is a personal and engaging solo effort, and a clear example of why artists from every genre have desired to work with him.

While performing “Form” live over the next year, KaeoFLUX will also be co-producing a solo record for M.Sayyid (Anti-Pop Consortium) and touring with Kodacrome, a new project with Elissa P.