Inspired by the nationwide discussions about mainstream radio stations and playing German music on the radio, Mona Rübsamen, Markus Kühn and Tim Renner founded MotorFM in 2004. They had a clear mission: create a radio station that is relevant and not just some other random, exchangeable background noise. A radio station which serves as a platform for creativity and goes beyond playing the same 300 songs over and over again. A radio station which integrates new media instead of competing with it. On 1 February, 2006, MotorFM started broadcasting at 100.6 MHz – Germany‘s furthest reaching frequency. On 23 August, 2011, the name was changed to FluxFM.
The direction: Radio. Online. Events.
The future is digital. The world we inhabit is diverse, fast and sometimes confusing. FluxFM acts both as a window to this world and as a tasteful guide. It‘s not just a radio station but also a community, promoter and online medium. It‘s an urban network and a starting point for multiple activities and scenes. The FluxMusic app takes up these ideas: 25 channels, all lovingly curated by music enthusiasts, cover different genres – from hip hop to 90s to neo-classics. While elsewhere it takes considerable time and effort to find the right playlist or song, FluxMusic instantly plays the music you want to hear.