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Apple Music to Feature New Documentaries on Flume and Future Classic Label

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Flume, an Australian musician, is set to release two new documentaries called "Flume: When Everything Was New" and "Sleepless: The Story of Future Classic" on Apple Music on Friday, April 20. The two documentaries will delves into the history of Flume and his relationship with the Future Classic label.

Flume and Future Classic popularized well-known music genre future bass, which took off starting in 2016. Flume's first EP, released in 2011, was titled "Sleepless" and was followed by a self-titled album in November of 2012. In 2016, Flume released his latest album, "Skin."


Over the course of his career, Flume has collaborated with artists like Kai, Beck, Little Dragon, Vic Mensa, and more, and remixed songs from artists that include Lorde, Sam Smith, Arcade Fire, and Disclosure.

Flume teamed up with Future Classic early on in his career, and Future Classic founder Nathan McLay became his manager. Future Classic represents several other popular future bass artists like SOPHIE, Cashmere Cat, Nick Murphy, Classixx, and more.

Both of the two upcoming documentaries are Apple Music exclusives.

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Oooh. Would be interested in this. He's a great artist. I'm not an Apple Music subscriber -- anyone know if you can rent/purchase these docs on iTunes?
 
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Oooh. Would be interested in this. He's a great artist. I'm not an Apple Music subscriber -- anyone know if you can rent/purchase these docs on iTunes?

They're typically Apple Music exclusives, but you could sign up for a trial if you really want to watch it.
 
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