Despite branding it 'close to perfect' Rolling Stone still only awarded Flume's self titled debut 4.5 out of 5 which is still a good score but a whole 0.5 away from perfection. Still this was a much loved future pop record at the time from the young (then) Australian. A cool electronic soul record with a host of guests and a roomful of admirers. Now re-issued on Wichita.  

Limited Vinyl LP £20.83 TRANS151XC

Limited edition purple vinyl LP on Wichita.

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Vinyl LP £21.99 TRANS151X

Black vinyl LP on Transgressive.

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CD box set £17.49 FCL85

Deluxe edition 4CD box set on Transgressive.

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CD £7.99 TRANS151J

CD on Transgressive.

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Flume by Flume
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6/10 Mike 13 February 2013

Flume is the latest wunderkind producer to dazzle the pundits with his unique brand of post-genre futurepop, mixing up bits of hip-hop, r’n’b and post-pop weirdness with some slick pure chartpop production touches, full of ready-to-go pop hits with woozy summer grooves, punchy drumbeats and silky synth melodies, along with a revolving-door procession of guest vocalists and rappers. It’s very slick indeed, although sometimes the cut-up and pitch-shifted vocal snippets are a little grating, and it certainly doesn’t escape patches of Morcheeba-esque r’n’b-lite, but overall this is certainly an interesting new take on modern electric soul.

8/10 Man in Pyjamas 10th January 2014

The talented young man from down under makes an interesting and inspriring mix, it kept me awake til bed time.



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