Dean Pillon's hero -Harley Streten

  • It begins.

    It begins.
    Harley streten began producing around the ages of 12 and 11. he produced a basic packeted music disc that was found in cereal boxes.
  • The discovery.

    The discovery.
    Streten was discovered and signed by Future Classic in 2011, after submitting the tracks "Sleepless", "Over You" and "Paper Thin" in an original artists competition managed by the Australian record company. Nathan McLay, an employee of Future Classic and now Flume's manager, assisted with the release of his first EP titled Sleepless, which contained the three original tracks.
  • started from the bottom now we're here

    started from the bottom now we're here
    Flume's self-titled debut album was released on November 9, 2012 to exceptional critical acclaim.[2] The album's production saw Flume collaborating with vocal artists George Maple, Moon Holiday, Jezzabell Doran, Chet Faker, and New York rapper T.Shirt. The album reached number one on the Australian iTunes charts.[1] It debuted on the ARIA Albums Chart at number 2, behind One Direction's Take Me Home.
  • The signnings

    The signnings
    In December 2012, Flume signed with Mom + Pop Music and announced the North American release of his self-titled debut.[4] The album dropped February 21st and received strong support from American critics, averaging a score of 73 out of 100 on review aggregate site, Metacritic.[5]
  • Just gets better..

    Just gets better..
    On Australia Day 2013, four of Flume's songs (including a remix) were listed on Triple J Hottest 100 for 2012. His album's breakout song "Holdin On" was listed at number four, the highest Australian song charted. Others included were "Sleepless" and his remix of "Hyperparadise" by Hermitude, both at the top 20 (#12 and #18) and "On Top" at #67.
  • touring

    In February 2013, it was announced exclusively on triple j that Flume would tour nationally around Australia for his first headlining tour, the "Infinity Prism Tour", in April and May 2013.