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EDM Essentials : Flume Playlist

There's no denying that Aussie renegade Harley Streten (aka Flume) is on a serious high note right now. His remixes are racking up millions of plays on soundcloud, and each week he's on another plane to a festival or show, clearly racking up airline miles as well (seriously, I hope he's joined a frequent flyer program). Whether you believe he's part of EDM, IDM, or some abstract blended yet-to-be-defined genre, there's no denying Flume is a wildcard.

For those unfamiliar, Streten also co-produces under another name, What So Not, a duo with his friend Emoh. What So Not tracks are bursting with big room bangers and festival anthems galore … proving that not only does he have talent, his talent is versatile. Describing his Flume tracks as “experimental, weird, melodic, pretty,” Flume is shying away from mainstream booms and kicks and bass, and we're loving it. Here's our essential playlist of Flume remixes and originals that are his most famous on soundcloud. Which is your favorite?

1) Disclosure – You & Me (Flume Remix)
2) Lorde – Tennis Court (Flume Remix)
3) Flume & Chet Faker – Drop The Game
4) Hermitude – HyperParadise (Flume Remix)
5) Sleepless feat. Jezzabell Doran by Flume
6) Flume – The Greatest View (feat. Isabella Manfredi)
7) Flume – Left Alone feat. Chet Faker (Ta-ku Remix)
8) On Top feat. T.Shirt by Flume
9) Insane feat. Moon Holiday by Flume
10) Flume – Holdin On Feat. Freddie Gibbs
11) New Navy – Zimbabwe (Flume Remix)
12) Marlena Shaw – Woman of the Ghetto (Flume's Jackin House Mix)
13) Lorde vs Flume – Sleepless Club (WEKEED Boot)
14) Chet Faker – Gold (Flume Re-work)
15) Yolanda Be Cool – A Baru In New York ft. Gurrumul (Flume Soundtrack Version)
16) Matt Miller x Kilter – Gravel Pit (Flume Remix)

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