The classic festival offers quite the selection for dance music lovers
Flume releases a track that has been a part of his recent sets. Listen to his remix of "Turning" by Collarbones inside.
The Hood Internet unleash their latest mash-up, a combination of Flume's "Some Minds" and the Notorious B.I.G.'s classic, "Big Poppa."
Emoh of What So Not gives fans another taste of the 'Gemini' EP with his hour-long mix on Australia's Triple J mix.
Flume returns with "Some Minds" featuring Andrew Wyatt, which comes with a stunning music video.
Flume drops a remix of Sam Smith's "Lay Me Down," just the first of a heap of new music heading our way.
Flume announced on What So Not's Facebook that he will be parting ways with Chris "Emoh" Emerson and their collaborative group What So Not.
Seven years strong, the San Francisco-based festival came and went with undeniable success. Despite thousands of hopeful attendees being scammed with fraudulent tickets — there were a reported 35 arrests associated with the epidemic — the festival went on with contagious feelings of peace and love amidst the fans that were able to get into the venue successfully
New York; there's no place like it. Just ask Flume.
He's just wrapped up a three night stint at Terminal 5 in New York City, where he sold out the major venue each of those dates. Now as he makes his way out to the West Coast, he's released the aftermovie of his three-day takeover...
Harley Streten aka Flume has had his plate full lately with a new album in the works, the massive success of his What So Not side project with Emoh, and becoming the poster-child for the Australian electronic music wave