Australian artist says he at all times “liked” “Slugger 1.4 [2014 Export.WAV]” however the track “by no means fairly made it onto an album”
Australian DJ/producer Flume unearthed an outdated, previously-unreleased demo to have a good time the tenth anniversary of his self-titled debut album.
Flume shared a bit of information behind the monitor, “Slugger 1.4 [2014 Export.WAV],” although it’s unclear if the monitor was made across the similar time as Flume and simply exported later (because the file tag within the title suggests), or if it got here solely later. “Made this one in Paris, at all times liked this demo but it surely by no means fairly made it onto an album,” Flume mentioned. “I figured now that it’s 10 years since my first album was launched it might be a great time to share. Hope you prefer it.”
Flume marked an enormous breakthrough for the producer/DJ (actual identify Harley Streten) when it arrived in 2012, spawning hits like “On High” (that includes T.Shirt) and “Holding On.” The document helped make him an EDM star, a standing he actually cemented 4 years later together with his 2016 album, Skin. Specifically, Flume helped popularize and unfold a subgenre known as “future bass,” which nonetheless offered large moments on the EDM/entice/pop nexus, simply with a few of these tougher dubstep edges chiseled off.
Earlier this yr, Flume launched his third album, Palaces, which options collaborations with artists like Damon Albarn, Emma Louise, Laurel, and Caroline Polachek.
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