Harley Edward Streten (born 5 November 1991), known professionally as Flume, is an Australian musician, DJ, and record producer. His self-titled debut studio album, Flume, was released on 9 November 2012 to positive reviews, topping the ARIA Albums Chart and reaching double-platinum accreditation in Australia. Flume is regarded as the pioneer of future bass who helped popularize the genre. Flume has remixed songs from such artists as Lorde, Sam Smith, Arcade Fire, Hermitude, and Disclosure. His second studio album, Skin, was released on 27 May 2016, to positive reviews, again topping the ARIA Albums Chart. The album won the Best Dance/Electronic Album at the 2017 Grammy Awards. The album gained international recognition from the album’s first single, “Never Be like You”, which was nominated for Best Dance Recording. After the release of Skin, Flume released Skin Companion EP 1 on 25 November 2016 and Skin Companion EP 2 on 17 February 2017 as the album’s B-side EPs. On 20 March 2019, he released a mixtape, Hi This Is Flume, to positive reviews. Here are all of Flumes albums ranked.
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3. Skin (2016)
“Definitely All of Flume’s albums are wonderful pieces of work, and skin doesn’t fall behind his benchmark, from his radio hits (which are included) to more deep songs that play with his slow tempo signature, skin will blow your mind, and if you listen it with a very good cup of wine you’ll get what I mean…of if you want to get romantic even…electro romantic extravaganza!”
2. Hi This Is Flume (2019)
“Flume is one of the biggest pioneers of electronic music. He creates extraordinary sounds and places them together from disharmony to harmony. It‘s more a form of art and when you really listen to it you can understand. It started with his very first songs and he still makes it happen.”
1. Flume (2012)
“Most electronic music doesn’t need to be played on a record. But Flume’s smooth production makes this sound wonderful. Flume blends his beats with vocal tracks that make for versatile listening. Whether you’re studying, relaxing, or going out, the tracks on this album cover it all. The sort of indie-electronica sound makes for great music to unwind with and appreciate.”