An artist makes something new and experimental and fans get angry that their style is changing.
An artist makes something that conforms to their signature sounds and fans get angry that their sound is becoming stale.
Producers often find themselves caught in a Catch 22 if they don’t branch out soon enough and establish themselves as more than a one-trick pony. Flux Pavilion took to Facebook a couple hours ago to shed some wisdom and personal experience on his fans, or as he calls them, “Fluxicles.”
Note: this article is not meant to call out or otherwise defame Flux or “haters.” It is a well-written insight from the inside-out on how people can sometimes judge a little too harshly, and a little too fast, and I would like to share it with as many people as possible. That is all.