Fluxus Music

Fluxus Music is an independent record label based in South Korea.

Fluxus Music
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FounderKim Byung-chan (Chan Kim)
Distributor(s)KT Music
LOEN Entertainment (Former)
Warner Music Group (Former)
CJ E&M Music (Former)
Universal Music Group (Former)
Country of originSouth Korea
Official websiteFluxusMusic.com


It was formed in 2002 by Kim Byung-chan (also known as Chan Kim) (an alumnus of the Berklee College of Music), who worked as a sound engineer, opened Nanjang Communications and acted directly as a musician at Korean rock band Boohwal [1] and the United States local band Out of the Blue.[2] Putting all his experiences and know-hows accumulated from being an artist, producer and engineer he stood independently from Nanjang Communication and established Fluxus Music.[3] The label took its name from Fluxus, the avant-garde art movement of the 1960s, for show the aim for music that always flow with the change that never stagnant.


Fluxus Music is evaluated as one of the Korean record labels that make music well mixed with musicality and commercialism from South Korea's music scene. Actually all its artists are self-producing musicians who are also singers-song writers.[4] As a representative label in South Korea music scene from 2000s, it found success with musicians of various genres such as Clazziquai, Yi Sung-yol and Urban Zakapa.

Fluxus Music was also awarded 8 times in the Korean Music Awards including its 1st 'Record Label of the Year', the most record for a label.[5][6]

Fluxus Music also owns a sub-label called Interplay.



Fluxus Music


  • Small O
  • Ibadi
  • Ggotjam Project
  • Choi Woo-joon (Saza Choi)



  1. ^ "[레이블 열전⑥]아티스트의 예술 터전 '플럭서스 뮤직'".
  2. ^ http://wstarnews.hankyung.com/apps/news?popup=0&nid=06&c1=06&c2=06&c3=00&nkey=201305071112531&mode=sub_view
  3. ^ "브랜드 '플럭서스'를 아시나요 : 김수현의 달려라 밴드: 칼럼 : 한겨레21".
  4. ^ "[노컷인터뷰]플럭서스 뮤직 김병찬 대표, '불황 속의 도약'".
  5. ^ http://music.daum.net/musicbar/musicbar/detail?board_id=3882&menu_id=1
  6. ^ "[레이블 열전⑥]아티스트의 예술 터전 '플럭서스 뮤직'".

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