Flume released his third album, Palaces, in May 2022. The Sydney producer has followed up with a remix EP containing fresh spins on four tracks from the original record. Palaces: The Remixes Part 1 opens with Mount Kimbie reworking the album’s Damon Albarn-featuring title track (with fresh verses from Zelooperz).
Prospa put their UK dance fingerprints on ‘Highest Building’, while Aussie-born, Berlin-based producer Logic1000 swaps the glitchy hyperpop of ‘Hollow’ for a hazy, atmospheric rendition that highlights Emma Louise‘s vocals. The EP closes with Otik delivering a bass-heavy take on ‘Go’.
Listen to Mount Kimbie’s ‘Palaces’ Remix
Following on from 2012’s Flume, 2016’s Skin and the 2019 mixtape Hi This Is Flume, Harley Streten’s third studio album as Flume boasts collaborations with the likes of Caroline Polachek, Kučka and rising star MAY-A, as well as the aforementioned Albarn and Louise.
In November, Streten will embark on a massive Australian tour in support of Palaces, with shows in Perth, Brisbane, Sydney, Melbourne, Adelaide and Hobart. The likes of Polachek, Toro y Moi, Channel Tres, MAY-A and Vera Blue will support on select dates. He’ll also appear as part of this year’s Spilt Milk lineup alongside Stormzy, G Flip, Genesis Owusu and more.