The last time Flume went to work on a high-profile remix – his take on Lorde’s Tennis Court, one of our favourite tracks of the year – he made us a wait the better part of a year to hear it. This time, he’s done things a little differently. Like a bolt from the blue, he has dropped a new Chet Faker remix without so much as a word of prior warning.
Flume’s reworked version of Chet Faker’s ‘Gold’ follows on from recent remixes of material from the bearded crooner’s debut album Built on Glass from fellow Aussies Ta-Ku and Roland Tings plus Dutch duo Homework and Greek producer NTEIBINT. Looks like a album reissue with a bonus disc could be on the horizon. Listen to the remixes below.
Of course, this isn’t the first marriage of Flume and Chet Faker we’ve heard. The Future Classic stars teamed up for their Lockjaw EP at the tail end of last year, the release that spawned the huge single ‘Drop the Game’. And before that Chet Faker guested on Flume’s track ‘Left Alone’.
Chet Faker will wrap up his current national tour with shows in Adelaide and Hobart this week. The tour featured four dates at The Forum in Melbourne, three capacity shows at the Enmore in Sydney plus gigs in Perth, Brisbane, Geelong, Sunshine Coast, Port Macquarie, Newcastle and Wollongong. Read FL’s review from one of the four sold-out Melbourne dates below.
LIVE REVIEW: CHET FAKER IN MELBOURNE
Gold (Flume rework)
1998 (Roland Tings Remix)
Talk is Cheap (Ta-ku Remix)
1998 (Reshaped By Homework)
1998 (NTEIBINT Remix)
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