Another day, another piece of hot EDM gossip. This time it involves everyone’s favorite Aussie producer, Flume. The artist who has been quite quiet since the release of his Grammy Winning, Skin has been staying busy with producing new music, AND according to TMZ, dating the 40-year-old, NYT Bestselling Author, Kelly Oxford. Flume and Kelly
Flume’s iconic remix of Disclosure’s ‘You & Me’ will go down as a timeless classic. Not only did we name it one of the top 20 best remixes of all time, but actually named it as one of the most important events in the last decade of dance music. There have been tons of videos
The rather awesome RADIOZOO join us this week to share their 5 Musical Guilty Pleasures (which is always a tricky task for any artist). The duo has just released their new single “Closer,” which you can check out here. 1) Flume – “Never Be Like You” Probably one of the best songs of this
Flume sat down with Zane Lowe on Beats 1 to dish on past collaborations, life before and after Future Classic, and the two documentaries recently released on him, When Everything Was New and Sleepless: The Story Of Future Classic, both of which are now available via Apple Music. The former is Flume’s own documentary, while the latter divulges into how the Future Classic label catapulted Flume’s career in its most incipient stages.
Flume tells Lowe how he entered a contest with Future Classic, simply to get his name on the map. Though Flume placed runner up in the competition, his decisive entry catalyzed the two entities quintessential relationship.
Known to work some of the industry’s most cerebral, influential rappers into his beat heavy productions, like Vic Mensa and Vince Staples, Flume comments on what he looks for in those types of collaborations.
“I just want to I want to find people who are doing something different and open to working with different sounds and unconventional beats and rigid open-minded people who have something to say,” Flume says. “And yeah I think that’s something that I’ve definitely felt working with Vince and Vic and a bunch of other people.”
Currently, he says he is keen on working with JPEGMAFIA, who recently released his fourth solo record, Veteran.
The Aussie, who has been less active lately than in previous years, also reveals he has bought a one-way ticket to Sri Lanka, where he plans to focus entirely on new music. He says been “writing all the time,” and that this time around he is “going back into the heavy.”
There hasn’t been much word on new Flume music since the release of his 2016 Grammy-winning Skin album. Well this weekend at Australia’s Field Day Festival the producer played a brand new ID, which suggests he’s been spending time in the studio creating. One fan was able to capture the moment and post it to for
A definitive time scale by which new Flume music will arrive remains elusive, but the ID that the Australian producer shared during a recent performance at Australia’s Field Day Festival arrives as evidence of time spent in the studio.
Defined by its eccentric electronic embellishments and mounting percussive elements, the ID bears the distinct trappings not only of a Flume release, but of a would-be fan favorite, pending release.
This is a surprising development in the world of What So Not. Before diving any deeper, let us start with the back story for those who are unaware. Back in the day What So Not used to be a 2 person project. Both Flume and Emoh Instead performed under the name together. Once the Flume
Wednesday nights can be kind of tough. It is the point in the week where you should start to feel like you are approaching the end, but you actually still have 2 full days before the weekend can begin. Therefore, we wanted to provide you with some motivation. It seems like Flume has been a