Similar to lots of the additional artists encircling the Hardwax-affiliated record brands in Berlin, the Greek designer referred to as Fluxion (Konstantinos Soublis) shrouded himself in anonymity despite releasing a small number of fantastic downtempo experimental techno produces around the String Reaction label. Epic in range with a little bit of the clicks + slashes approach associated with artists such as for example Vladislav Delay, a lot of Fluxion’s greatest String Reaction function was put together on two Lively Forms albums (released in 1999 and 2000, respectively). He released several EPs by himself Vibrant Music, in addition to 2001 full-length Areas. He proceeded to go silent for a couple years but resurfaced having a relatively bolder strategy on 2009-2010 produces through Resopal (Regular Limber) and Echocord (Perfused). He continued to be with Echocord for the Traces and Broadwalk Stories albums, while Type reissued the very first Lively Forms collection. Fluxion relocated to Subwax BCN in 2016; the label reissued Vibrant Forms II and released the recently documented Vibrant Forms III.