Flume‘s original of “Sleepless” off his self-titled album is pretty perfect, but we’re going to argue that we like rising star Charles Murdoch’s remix from back in October even more. In a stroke of downloading luck, we’re getting this one from Future Classic for free as part of the continued lead up to their stage at Australia’s Laneway Festival in February. Call it chillwave, call it dream pop, just make you sure you listen and appreciate it.
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