The record album is a true expression of the artists. When thousands of musicians regularly upload songs to SoundCloud, it takes thought, strategy, and a lot of hard work to complete a full album.
From Kygo to Flume to DJ Snake, 2016 was a year of quality dance music album releases. Week after week, dance music artists have introduced new sounds we never dreamed of.
Below are the most popular dance music albums of 2016.
When Interview Magazine to reach to Flume about his album “Skin”, they asked “why did you choose the title “Skin? and “Do you think there’s a theme throughout the album?” Harley Streten, also known as Flume, said: “I didn’t feel like there was a theme. There have been creative ups and downs. There were times when I worried about being good, like people will when you do your second album. I liked the idea of the skin because it’s super weird and kinda disturbing, like an organism. But at the same time, the skin is intimate, personal and organic, and that’s what I want music to be. At first it’s a bit uncomfortable and shocking, but I want it to be intimate and personal. I want it to feel like it’s alive.