Introducing The Flux Machine: Punk-infused alt-rock from New York City.


Influenced by the likes of The Rolling Stones, The Ramones and The Foo Fighters, this new act is ready to claim its stake in the arena of rock and roll music. Audiofuzz.com called them “Exile on Main Street Revisited”..

With a powerful 5-piece live ensemble, the band has been playing all over NYC with it’s electrifying and energetic stage show. Mesmerizing to watch as they deliver punchy, catchy punk songs repeatedly. Webster Hall, Arlene’s Grocery, The Bowery Electric are just a few of the venues that have repeatedly hosted The Flux Machine. Planetstereolive reassures: “The Flux Machine seamlessly blends a classic bluegrass feel to their gritty, alternative rock attitude that will have you bouncing around your room like you’re in the middle of a concert.”

Luis Accorsi, a veteran rocker with many musical styles under his belt (Cracked Latin [Latin], Man’s Laughter [Rock] and Petty Merchants [classic rock]) has teamed up with the fresh, new rock producer Raphael Sepulveda to create a varied, yet cohesive collection of adrenaline driven, heartfelt, contemporary songs which they’ve called “Louder!” Musicjunkiepress.com raved “Their music rings out with old punk flair, infectious pop vibe, and a modern edge that is sure to kidnap the space in your head”.

Familiar but yet like nothing you’ve ever heard before, The Flux Machine.

Luis Accorsi


The voice of the world slipping through a hurricane

Raphael Sepulveda


Guitar playing that makes you weep and shudder.

Asher Zeitschik


Fingers aflame with rock n’ roll

Jeremy Sauber


Feel the Thunder.

Leo Corleone


Bass that makes your knees buckle.