34 Songs, 1 Hour 54 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

The story goes that Harley Streten learned to make music after the young Australian found a music-production software disc in a box of cereal. Fittingly, his debut as Flume is as diverse as a balanced breakfast, traversing R&B, soul, dubstep, pop, and rap: the scrunched funk of “Holdin’ On” contains all of it. Streten has an ear for the perfect guest vocalist, too. Chet Faker’s doleful tones illuminate the depths of “Drop the Game,” while George Maple’s breathy coos guide the cascading sparkle of “Bring You Down.”

Parental Advisory: Explicit Lyrics.

EDITORS’ NOTES

The story goes that Harley Streten learned to make music after the young Australian found a music-production software disc in a box of cereal. Fittingly, his debut as Flume is as diverse as a balanced breakfast, traversing R&B, soul, dubstep, pop, and rap: the scrunched funk of “Holdin’ On” contains all of it. Streten has an ear for the perfect guest vocalist, too. Chet Faker’s doleful tones illuminate the depths of “Drop the Game,” while George Maple’s breathy coos guide the cascading sparkle of “Bring You Down.”

Parental Advisory: Explicit Lyrics.
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Ratings and Reviews

4.8 out of 5
174 Ratings

174 Ratings

Bb Luna ,

Gold.

This is Flume. We all know it is going to be pure gold. Excellent quality music as always.

U.O.E.N.O.it ,

every song has a hook

Could this album be more awesome? Every song has a great hook or some interesting beats. Pop, hip hop, electronic, dub step, trance, everything all rolled into hours of listening pleasure. I'm addicted and haven't stopped playing it since I bought it 2 weeks ago.

Dino PCH ,

Awwww

Flume I wish that you and me wasn't album only. Although I would buy the album if it wasn't restricted for me. Please change it so I can but it and anyone else could please I love your music.

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