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It all started with a 13-year-old boy and a CD from the inside of a cereal box. Harley Edward Streten found his calling early in life, when on that fateful day on the Northern Beaches of Sydney, he began crafting music. Now at just 22, Streten, who goes by the moniker Flume now, travels the world, headlining shows and festivals, selling tens of thousands of tickets and topping charts as he goes. His latest album, Lockjaw, released last November, was co-written by fellow Australian electro musician Chet Faker—and if you have yet to hear anything from Flume, check out the duo's superb, loungy "Drop the Game" track, which comes with an equally excellent, minimalistic video.
Sun., July 13, 8 p.m., 2014


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