Flume’s debut album famously beat out One Direction for the number one spot in his native Australia, and the very nice folks at Mom + Pop had me speak with Harley for today’s North American release. How did the Flume project come about? I’ve been writing music since I was like eleven years old – it’s always been a hobby. I was initially focused on writing electro/house music under the […]
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Flume, a definite darling of 2012, is extending his reach into 2013 with this recently released video for “Left Alone”, featuring Chet Faker. The darkness in the song seems to direct the visuals, and we are left with an experience that is sparse and rich with melancholy. I, for one, am happy for any excuse to revisit his fantastic debut album, and fall in love all over again.
When I first heard Flume‘s music, I was definitely an instant fan, but apparently never got around to writing about any of it here. Today is my chance to seize that lost opportunity, as he’s released his track Sleepless as a free download. It’s just chopped and glitchy enough to keep you on your toes, but melodic enough to keep you nodding your head. It fits in perfectly into my […]
Melbourne’s Chet Faker is probably best known for his collaboration on Flume‘s famously chart-topping LP, but he’s back in full force with “Melt”, using the divine combination of a Fender Rhodes and Mellotron flutes to align with Kilo Kish and ensure that we’re locked in endless digression. This single is as fresh as they come, so purchase Thinking in Textures and get familiar with his earlier work.
August 13th, 2013 | Published in Music