Flume shares origins documentary, ‘Flume: When Everything Was New’
Last year, Apple Music became home to a pair of documentaries detailing the rise of Australian future bass producer Flume. Featuring interviews from his inner circle, videos of his rehearsals, performances, and home movies from his childhood, the 45-minute presentation has been broken into four parts and is now publicly available on YouTube.
Flume: When Everything Was New is an intimate look into the life and music career of Harley Streten. Going behind the scenes to uncover his motivation, inspiration, and direction, the documentary is a worthwhile watch for both rabid fans and casual listeners alike. It’s moving at times and lighthearted at others, and viewers will walk away with a more intimate knowledge of Flume’s journey to the top.
Beach yoga, bass beats.