Since he was fifteen years old Martin Spring has been standing on stage as DJ. At that time with his first project Dj Liberty. Hard work and persistence enabled him to perform at many well-known parties and festivals. With his collected experiences and a lot of love for music he founded the project Flow Box in 2007.
Flow Box is bag of surprises filled with trippy, flowing goodies. In his independent, hard to describe style various genres from Trance to Progressive to Minimal are mixed. Expressed simply in frequencies: Welcome to an acoustic journey!
Flow Box presents his first chill out EP - Little Symphony. While the main track is based on some classic idols, Last Night and Magic Eyes have the typical characteristics of major chill out tracks. At last there is the dub track Piperman, which is recorded together with Roger Arni at his clarinet - a perfect track for the energetic dance floor.
For Human Element the EP ‘Without Reason’ is the first release with the Sinsonic Records label. And even though the EP is called ‘Without Reason’, there are more than a thousand reasons to listen to it. Once more Human Element uses the main track to define his very own progressive world of music – a real treat, whether you’re at home or on the dance floor. This is supported by a Flow Box Remix of the Human Element track Yin & Yang, which was originally released by Echoes Records.
For his latest release, Martin Spring aka Flow Box dared a hymn from days gone by, and let it rise again in a fresh and contemporary guise; The Darkside by Hypetraxx from the year 1999.
While reminiscing about former times, about old, factory halls smelling of sweat, bright lights and ravers in gaudy clothes, Martin tackled this worthy task. The result is a club hit that’s in a class of its own. Fat and driving bass sounds and crystal-clear percussions are emphasised by the newly tinged original tune and vocals. Using contemporary, minimalist elements, Martin takes his audience to the dubstep marked break, only to drive it into the final round with bundled energy.
Accompany Martin on his trip into the past and take this words into the future together with him; The Darkside!
Flow Box delved into his box once more and pulled out four tracks to melt your heart. On his EP “Colors of the Rainbow” he mixes a variety of influences from progressive, trance, minimal, electro and dubstep together. The resulting piece is multifaceted and full of color. The common theme throughout all of the tracks is the dream world.
The tracks make you dream, but you can sleep another time. With his minimal samples, Flow Box takes us through lonely desert nights and hunts us mercilessly with drive through the thick fog. “Colors of the Rainbow” is a club sound you can fall into and drift through, and is one which makes you give yourself completely over to the beats.