In part due to the American rise of dubstep and trap since the turn of the decade, the building blocks of electronic music have been fundamentally impacted by these genre’s prevailing low-end distortion. Flume is a master of this new dialect. Revered among that “future bass” community, Harley Streten is prime to break through the top tier of dance music and share a new vision of future pop with the masses. But while Skrillex has been shunned by droves of his early supporters for “selling out” and working with Justin Bieber and Diplo has established himself as the best in regional music appropriation, Streten has earned the freedom to entertain both the underground dance masses and mini-van driving soccer moms on his own, unique terms. Warning Intenet breakage imminent! DRW 11/10.