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.

(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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