The alias of electronic musician and producer Harley Edward Streten, Flume makes atmospheric dance music inspired by home and U.K. garage area. Given birth to in Australia, Streten started producing his personal music in his early teenagers. Several years later on, he received a competition kept by Future Traditional and subsequently authorized using the label release a a 2011 EP offering the monitor “Sleepless.” The next year, he shipped his debut self-titled single recording, which featured visitor looks from Chet Faker, Jezzabell Doran, and Moon Vacation, amongst others. In his homeland, it topped the ARIA recording chart and proceeded to go dual platinum; in the U.S., it had been issued on mother + Pop label. A luxurious edition from the debut adopted in November of 2013 with cred-enhancing efforts from Ghostface Killah, Boldy Wayne, M.O.P., and Killer Mike. The same month, he released his and Faker’s collaborative Lockjaw EP, and he toured the U.S. with Disclosure. Many ARIA Honours — including Maker of the entire year, Breakthrough Designer, and Greatest Dance Launch — had been handed to him another month. Streten spent another year or two touring and released the solitary “Some Thoughts,” a cooperation with Miike Snow’s Andrew Wyatt, in 2015. His 2016 sophomore arranged, Skin, presented collaborations with Tove Lo, AlunaGeorge, Small Dragon, Vic Mensa, and Beck. Later on that 12 months, Streten released your skin Friend I and Pores and skin Friend II EPs, including efforts by Isabella Manfredi and Pusha T, respectively. Epidermis also won many awards, especially 2016 ARIA Honours for Record of the entire year, Best Dance Discharge, and Best Individual Release, aswell as the 2017 Grammy Prize for Greatest Dance/Electronic Album.