Flux Broadcast, Unit 10 & 11
2 - 4 Ropley Street, London, E2 7SW
In the heart of Paris, on a very hot weekend an exciting colab between JLR, The Rugby World Cup and Kano was about to take place. In order to capture this moment for a digital audience Flux were brought in to capture the magic.
Remember everyone’s favourite simian cocktail server-slash-virtual musician, Murdoc Alphonce Niccals? Well, he’s back as the ‘leading ape’ in a Flux Broadcast-powered, live listening party for Gorillaz latest album, Cracker Island.
Smirnoff and Nexus Studios asked us to put together a groundbreaking event using 3D motion capture technology to animate the character of Murdoc, lead singer of the popular virtual band, Gorillaz.
The Natural History Museum has been the spectacular backdrop to some of our most memorable broadcasts. In April 2021 Flux Broadcast setup once more in Hintze Hall beneath the huge skeleton of Hope the whale to stream a truly unique live performance.
With the excitement and intensity of in-person gigs still some way off, Flux Broadcast has teamed up with Twitch, Amazon Music and esports entertainment company Blast to bring a little bit of that live music magic into people’s homes.
Find out how Flux Broadcast were able to film and capture a 4k performance of The Foals live at Alexandra Palace for Convex Productions & Amazon.
Red Bull invited Flux to get on the road with them and deliver a Road Block with the godfather of grime, D Double E and the infectious TQD, from a remote location up North.
Red Bull and music Legend Toddla T invited Flux down to the studio to help them produce a series of live labs where artists would be challenged to remix a popular track in just one hour!