"Fluid Notion really pulls from ... history, blending far-out, philosophical concepts with a rock-n-roll attitude in the construction of their sound and songwriting." - Nashville Unsigned, 2017
Who Are These FN Guys?!
In 2015, the band appeared on the scene when they recorded and released two E.P.’s, “Shut Up!” and “Name of the Game”. Since then, Fluid Notion’s sound has evolved from a three piece band into a musically collaborative duo. The Nashville-based band of brothers is comprised of Dillon Courtright and Charlie Evischi. Their Americana picking style seamlessly meshes with pop-esque hooks, smooth grooves, and timeless melodies. Poetically moving lyrics will evoke a sense of belonging and provide meaning to your human experience. Fluid Notion’s lyrical fortitude is influenced by the everlasting genres of Kentucky bluegrass, upbeat 80’s funk, classic 90’s country and progressive hip-hop -- sounds that should not work, but absolutely do. The band's mission is to create sounds that meld together to create sonic clarity and purpose for the listener.
Get ready to cut a rug, people! Fluid Notion’s tunes will keep you on your toes and make you question life itself. Their tracks express ambition and perseverance, loss and heartache, intuitive thoughts, beliefs, and surprises -- all accompanied by catchy melodies and soulful beats.
Voted "Best Band" at the 2017 Howl at the Moon Festival in Nashville, TN.
Featured on Nashville radio station's Lightning 100's local showcase, Local 615.
Selected to perform for Nashville Unsigned's 2017 Indie Rock Showcase.
Named one of seven “Rad music videos from alt-rock to Post-Rock!” - YabYum Music and Arts, 2017.
"Fluid Notion really pulls from this history, blending far-out, philosophical concepts with a rock-n-roll attitude in the construction of their sound and songwriting." - Nashville Unsigned, 2017.
Feature interview with Music Update Central.
Radio interviews at D93 in Bowling Green, KY and WMTS (88.3) in Murfreesboro, TN.
Podcast interviews with Notable Nashville and Middle Tennessee Music (links to interviews above).