One Full Hour Of Jams And Each #SoundsLikeFlume

Sofia Pack
Sofia is currently pursuing her parent's dream of getting a business degree at Florida State. When not mistaken for being Asian, she frequently finds herself tweeting politically outspoken comments, trying to be be as non-basic on Instagram as possible, stalking DJs on Soundcloud and finishing 25 hour-long episodes on Netflix in 24 hours.

Arguably one of the biggest DJs of this decade, Flume has not only been quite busy flying from country to country playing his sold out world tour, but simultaneously creating a subgenre of EDM that cannot even be categorically placed. It’s not question why most up and coming DJs are all pulling inspiration from the Australian producer and artist. When you look through the history of Flume’s artistry on his two albums, “Flume” and “Skin,” it’s obvious that his talent as a producer only enhances the way he creates his music. The range of beats, featured artists, track style, and even his synths are more versatile than most DJs of our time.

Hip hop influences, chill trap, trance, down tempo, synth pop, new wave, electronic, melodic, future bass. Which is it? The answer is all of them.

Here’s an hour dedicated to you, Flume, all of your sporadic moments of downtempo new wave synths, flashes of bass in your face, and a lifetime of keep fans on their toes.

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