Australian electronic record label Flow Music have dropped their debut release, Elliot Creed’s ‘Silence of a Full Room’.
The Aussie DJ / Producer is a global traveller whose CV boasts sets from Bloom to Burning Man, but right now he’s focusing his melodic house on a homegrown electronic label.
It’s a combination of thumping percussion and entrancing melodies that takes you on an ultimately uplifting journey.
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It’s another important step from the rising producer, who’s previously worked with Upon Access, Duenia and UGENIUS Music, among other labels.
“Drawing on an observation of emotions, ‘Silence Of A Full Room’ revolves around the forced isolation of people and how the unexpected journey of self-discovery can lead to an awareness that did not previously exist,” Creed says.
“Its delicate intricacies reflect the fragile nature of the human mind and how important it is to remember that one is never alone.”
The release comes with a stripped-back remix from Berlin heavyweight Madmotormiquel, who’s previously released on Katermukke, Bar 25 Music, Sol Selectas and Einmusika.
Flow Music’s debut release comes as the family behind the Flow Music blog and Flow Sessions Soundcloud channel expands into releasing Australian electronic music.
They’ve previously notably supported the Aussie dance scene with their 333 and Flow Sessions mix series’, which have paid countless young Aussie DJs for sets throughout the pandemic. They recently celebrated 100 mixes, you can read our feature on them here.