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Posted 22 Jan 2014 @ 8:01am

In the course of a few short years, Harley Streten’s solo electronica project Flume went from its unassuming genesis as bedroom production, germinating throughout forums and Soundcloud links across the globe, before exploding into household name status – culminating with a swag of four ARIA Awards in 2013. Momentum has been steadily maintained, even escalated, since the all-conquering release...

Posted 27 Nov 2013 @ 8:51am

BBFs (best bros 4eva) Flume and Chet Faker team up once again for an EP’s worth of pulsing electronica, the first taste of which is Drop The Game. It’s not really a banger, more in line with Flume’s remix of Disclosure’s You & Me. Nick Murphy’s soulful croon makes for a perfect complement to Flume’s sonic signature, generating more than a few melodic and tonal hooks.

Posted 20 Nov 2013 @ 4:53am

Okay I was fully bracing myself for this to be a Silverchair cover, which would have been hilarious, let’s face it. Instead it’s a fairly inoffensive team-up from boy wonder Flume and The Preatures’ Isabella Manfredi, who delivers a smoky complement to Harley Streten’s hazy beats. There are moments in the production that sound like what would happen if Arca remixed Eve’s Let Me Blow Ya Mind....

Posted 15 Oct 2013 @ 2:22pm

The Independent Music Awards is what they is. The argument of what classifies as “independent” was a contentious one at last year’s awards, with heckles and speeches on the matter proving to be a theme of the night. Not so much this year. It was a controversy free affair, as such, it was not nearly as memorable. But some undeniably good shit happened. King Gizzard And The Lizard Wizard landed...

Posted 28 Aug 2013 @ 2:06pm


Posted 7 May 2013 @ 2:09pm

Wedged firmly at the back of the standing area filled with pretty young things, the Flume hubbub was buzzing. An audience amped by a performance from supporting act Chet Faker, arms flailed, bodies were hoisted on shoulders and throats ran hoarse when Flume graced the stage.


In a simple button-up with hair slicked to the side, Harry Streton embodied all things classic, not your...

Posted 2 Apr 2013 @ 10:39pm

It’s ostensibly a day off for Harley Streten, the Sydney producer who, under the moniker Flume, experienced flashpoint ascension in the past year – to the extent of being one of the biggest acts in the country at this point in time. Our first superstar producer? Streten is speaking from LA. He’s in the midst of an extensive US tour, selling out shows in New York, San Francisco and more. When...

Posted 22 Feb 2013 @ 1:33pm

Australia's current electronic poster boy has announced his biggest tour yet.


Dubbed the Infinity Prism Tour, these shows will be his first-ever national headline tour and will feature a entirely new stage production and extended set. The Infinity Prism is a device that references the kaleidoscopic imagery of his album cover in a live context by way of a hexagonal infinity...

Posted 5 Feb 2013 @ 2:27pm

In its third year gracing the extended grounds of the Footscray Community Arts Centre, Melbourne’s branch of the Laneway Festival feels like it has finally settled into a comfortable home. Since its inception in 2004, it has been a restless beast, though now the established festival reaches as far as Auckland and Singapore, with nary a laneway to be seen anywhere. The one...


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