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Ok. So we know solo artist Flume is not technically a band, but whatever. Labels aside he’s still undoubtedly a musical force. If you didn’t catch us talking about him in one of our last Week In Music posts, then listen up. Harley Strenten is a 21 year old DJ, who calls Australia home, and first got his taste for producing at the ripe age of 13. One fateful day, Harley scored a music production program inside a cereal box and so began his discovery of all things synthetic. From there he mastered the art of analogue hardware and electro beat creation on the home computer in his parents basement. We're not even joking. That is a true story.
Despite his humble beginnings, Flume has been making some noise. In fact, at one point his self-titled album beat out One Direction and whatever their album is called for the number one spot on the Australian iTunes chart. One Direction fans were not happy and got to complaining in the comments section of the iTunes chart. So Flume put their comments up on his Facebook wall as a victory celebration. Not only is this kid insanely talented in the art of creating soulful beats, he’s got swagger too.
Check out Flume – Flume for a taste of this up and coming DJ's complex, but accessible debut album. We're betting that even if you try, you won't be able to avoid this guy for long.