Flume shares first Australian collab on debut album
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Flume shares first Australian collab on debut album

Australia’s new beat kid Flume has firmed up album details by spilling a guest for his forthcoming record.

It was in an interview with Music Feeds the young producer spoke of a “heap of collaborations” for the now complete mid-November release set to feature the astute vocals from another Australia experimental soul/rnb artist Chet Faker.

Both muso’s have broken recent success at home and abroad for their wayward conformity to normal sounds.

Outside of the planned album release Flume has donated the new beat “Tropical Sun” to the Future Classic DJs first compilation and will play alongside Adana Twins and Mark Farina at this years Harbourlife as well as The Presets and Justice on the national Parklife Festival.

Already this year he earned a spot at the annual Splendour in the Grass Festival, recorded a single with Anna Lunoe, supported The xx’s mini Australian tour and makes up one half of What So Not, the Mad Decent lauded duo.

The next few months will act as the proving ground for what could be total global acclaim.


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