If Flume isn't an instant listen for you at this point, I don't know what's wrong with you. For so many of you criticizing what's wrong with electronic music, Flume forever exudes what's right with the scene. His original production is flawless, and there's something about his array of re-works that shits on everything else right now. His latest is a freebie re-imagining of Seekae's "Test & Recognise," which was originally released via Future Classic back in March. The original was on some brooding shit, pairing some deeper under currents with some intense counter melodies. Flume isolated one of the quirkier segments, taking the house rhythm down a notch, and let's the vocal flow. This is something you can blast windows open while cruising to a secluded spot with bae. Trust, it'll be worth it.