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Flume makes a playlist of the future



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Madison Vain of Entertainment Weekly got Flume to share what he considers to be the tracks of the future. The Australian producer put together a list of nine tracks from known and lesser-known artists who he believes are pushing the boundaries of electronic with distinct style and sounds. Check out the playlist to discover a few new artists that are coming with a recommendation from Flume himself.

This article originally appeared on Entertainment Weekly

(Cybele Malinowski)


He’s been slaying festival crowds all summer, and his hit single “Never Be Like You” is climbing the charts. Now DJ-producer Harley “Flume” Streten, 24, breaks down the underground sounds that will dominate the mainstream.

From Kaytranada’s genre-blending to Sampa the Great’s lo-fi production, check out his playlist of the future.

“Glowed Up,” Kaytranada feat. Anderson .Paak

Kaytranada has a nice way of combining house and hip-hop. It’ll sound like a hip-hop track at first, but when you break it apart, it’s a house record.

“Doses,” Bonzai

She’s got this wave/grime/I-don’t-even-know-what going on. It’s really dark stuff, the sounds are really f—ing cool. That particular bass tone tweaked my ears massively. I’ve been trying to re-create it...


... See the full playlist at ew.com





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