Posts tagged Future Classic
Hayden James Teams Up With NAATIONS For "Nowhere to Go"

It may come as a shock to you that Australian producer Hayden James hasn’t yet released a full-length album, but that’s exactly the case. Now, the wait is over: James has finally released the first single off the highly-anticipated record, “Nowhere to Go.”

The track, a collab with vocal/production duo NAATIONS, is a groovy summertime dance jam with a hook so catchy you can’t help but sing along. The synths glide smoothly over funky bass lines that are made to get you moving. Hayden says of the track: "This song has always had a big summer vibe for me, I feel a sense of freedom and hope and the notion of ‘you only live once’ so make the most of it... ‘we ain’t got no better place to go / doesn’t matter cause I know you’."

Hayden James first appeared on the scene back in 2013 with his self-titled EP. Since then, he’s released a number of fan-favorite singles, including “Numb”, “Just Friends”, and “Something About You”. Now, he’s back with the announcement of his very first full-length LP, Between Us, due out June 14 on Future Classic. If “Nowhere to Go” is any indication, it’s going to be one hell of a banger.

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Flume Is Back With 'Hi This Is Flume' Mixtape
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After being absent for two years, Aussie artist Harley Streten aka Flume is back with a mixtape released through his home label Future Classic.

The Mixtape features 16 tracks with an additional intro of him speaking. As it is a mixtape, it is best to follow the tracks in order to experience the mix in all it’s glory. Included is Flume’s signature alternative electro sound, as well as tracks with rappers and energetic productions.

The Mixtape seems to be even more alternative that his previous releases, we are used to seeing a mix of commercial and indie music from Flume. Could we see a commercial album in addition to this mixtape soon?

It’s been two years since we got a taste of Flume’s creativity, this mixtape definitely made up for the wait. After experiencing this mixtape, we are keen to see what is next from the Australian producer.