Saturday, November 16, 2013


22 y.o. wunderkind, and current reigning champion of (mostly) "chill-trap", Flume, has released his first full length album, to much anticipation. The self-titled, 14 track album was released earlier this year on Future Classic records, and is available for purchase in their online shop. A great album. Sidenote : we highly reccommend you check the "Get Free" remix down below...

Since he started to create music using a production CD he found in a cereal box, the guy has done a lot. Winning awards in his native Australia, going platinum, touring the world, and whatever the fuck else.

Peep some new jams :

A stellar remix :

 And and a classic Flume fave :

Also, to accompany the album, Flume put together a hip-hop inspired mixtape (the "Flume Deluxe Edition Mixtape"... it is included with the deluxe retail package of Flume) while on tour.

Get lightly crunk.

Tracklist :
Flume: Deluxe Edition Mixtape
1. Flume - Intro feat. Stalley
2. Flume - Space Cadet feat. Ghostface Killah & Autre Ne Veut
3. Flume - Insane feat. Killer Mike & Moon Holiday
4. Flume - Stay Close feat. Boldy James, Alexander Spit & Aaron Cohen
5. Flume - Holdin On feat. Freddie Gibbs
6. Flume - Change feat. How To Dress Well
7. Flume - Warm Thoughts feat. Grande Marshall & Goldie Glo
8. Flume - Sleepless feat. Twin Shadow & Jezzabell Doran
9. Hermitude - HyperParadise feat. M.O.P. (Flume Mixtape Version)

While we love the chill solo Flume works, over here at the Hero, we really like to turn up. Bigger. So in that vein, here are a few more from Flume's second musical project. Along with Emoh Instead, he is 1/2 of the duo What So Not. A remix of Major Lazer's, "Get Free", was their real intro to the globe, and has been getting us open over here for a little while now... peep game...track is killing shit all over the place. Can't get tired of it. Even after we've heard the original, and a number of other remixes many, many times since forever ago. Always completely on purpose. The other couple are equally pure blissful crunk inspirers.


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