Flume and Andrew Wyatt’s track, “Some Minds”, is a spaced out electronic odyssey that oozes feeling from every little corner, nook, and cranny of the song.
Beginning with a an ambient and dusty drum beat that’s reminiscent of a dingy jazz lounge, Andrew Wyatt’s lyrics filter in and take the lead as the rest of the song builds in the background.
Falling into a deep pocket, Wyatt’s vocals carry the heavy flavor of a psychedelic 60’s-meet-MGMT vibe.
As “Some Minds” rolls along, Harley Streten AKA Flume brings it up to a sharp point before dropping it into an almost deep-electronica-meets-trap kind of feel.
It defies explanation, to be honest, but it’s pure bliss.
An exact extension of Flume’s one-of-a-kind sound, “Some Minds” is the perfect blend of weird and wonder that combines to make a completely memorable song.