What So Not unveils three-track remix pack for ‘Beautiful’

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Aussie solo act, What So Not, known also under his Emoh Instead alias, is currently riding a wave of success after releasing his debut long play, Not All The Beautiful Things, on March 9 via Counter Records. The album marks the first collection of tracks to surface since Flume left the joint project back in 2015, featuring some high-powered collaborations with SkrillexSan HoloRome Fortune, SLUMBERJACK, and more.

Now, What So Not has unveiled an official remix pack for the album’s third track, “Beautiful,” which features the show-stopping vocals of Winona Oak. He enlisted the production talents of Volac, Kaz James, and Zeke Beats to build upon the track’s hypnotic, carefree aesthetic, gripping drum breakdowns, and those signature WSN top lines.

From Volac’s house spin on the track, with its thumping Night Bass drums, to the charming stylings of fellow Aussie producer Kaz James’ rendition, to Zeke Beats’ seismic bass-powered drops, the entire collection stands as a testament to the power and pull of the producer’s newly minted What So Not sound.

What So Not unveils three-track remix pack for ‘Beautiful’

This post was originally published on this site

Aussie solo act, What So Not, known also under his Emoh Instead alias, is currently riding a wave of success after releasing his debut long play, Not All The Beautiful Things, on March 9 via Counter Records. The album marks the first collection of tracks to surface since Flume left the joint project back in 2015, featuring some high-powered collaborations with SkrillexSan HoloRome Fortune, SLUMBERJACK, and more.

Now, What So Not has unveiled an official remix pack for the album’s third track, “Beautiful,” which features the show-stopping vocals of Winona Oak. He enlisted the production talents of Volac, Kaz James, and Zeke Beats to build upon the track’s hypnotic, carefree aesthetic, gripping drum breakdowns, and those signature WSN top lines.

From Volac’s house spin on the track, with its thumping Night Bass drums, to the charming stylings of fellow Aussie producer Kaz James’ rendition, to Zeke Beats’ seismic bass-powered drops, the entire collection stands as a testament to the power and pull of the producer’s newly minted What So Not sound.

Life is Beautiful returns in 2018 with a comprehensive, star-studded fifth anniversary line-up

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Life Is Beautiful Music & Arts Festival is set to return to downtown Las Vegas with another comprehensive line-up, September 21–23, 2018. Now in it’s fifth year, the festival boasts some of the music world’s most sought-after headliners in The Weeknd, Arcade Fire, Florence + The Machine, DJ Snake, ODESZA, N.E.R.D, Deathcab for Cutie, Tyler, The Creator, and Justice.

If this group of star-studded talent doesn’t somehow tickle the ear drums, there truly is something for every musical taste this year. Also gracing the bill in 2018 is Bastille, Cold War Kids, Foster The People, and Wolfmother for the rock-minded music seekers. As the music industry’s most rapidly growing genre, rap and hip-hop is also well represented on the bill in Miguel, A$AP FergT Pain, and more.

Of course, electronic artists continues to dominate the event with trap extraordinaires RL Grime, What So Not, DVBBS, tropical house saxophonist Sam Feldt, rising star Elohim, Galantis, CHVRCHES, Alison Wonderland, Cashmere Cat, Gramatik, Lane 8, Party Favor, and Chet Porter.

Tickets go on sale April 26th, with general admission passes starting at $295 + fees. All information can be found on the Life Is Beautiful website.

What So Not Delivers “Flying 2 Europe Pt. 2” Mix on Diplo and Friends BBC Radio 1

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Fresh off releasing the hottest album of 2018 to date “Not All The Beautiful Things”, What So Not has teamed up with Diplo and BBC Radio 1 for a mix on Diplo and Friends. The mix, titled “Flying to Europe Pt. 2” delivers much of what we would expect from What So Not, absolute heat,

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Flume Co-Wrote A Song Off Of What So Not’s Latest Album

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This is a surprising development in the world of What So Not. Before diving any deeper, let us start with the back story for those who are unaware. Back in the day What So Not used to be a 2 person project. Both Flume and Emoh Instead performed under the name together. Once the Flume

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What So Not Releases Diverse, Breathtaking New Album ‘Not All The Beautiful Things’

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What So Not has finally released his new album and it is filled to the brim with high profile collaborations. What So Not has a relatively quiet 2017 release wise and now we understand exactly why. ‘Not All The Beautiful Things’ is a powerful 12 track long play that explores many different styles with massive

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What So Not delivers final single, ‘Beautiful,’ from hotly anticipated upcoming LP

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What So Not is about to reach a momentous milestone in his career with the release of his debut long play, Not All The Beautiful Things. He’s been teasing the album since the end of 2017, recently disclosing a tracklist that features contributions from Skrillex, San Holo, Rome Fortune, and yes, 80’s easy-rock factotums, Toto. Now Emoh has revealed his latest collaboration, and while Winona Oak may not yet be a household name for most, her introduction on “Beautiful” is likely to change that in a big way.

“Beautiful” is the final single to land ahead of the album, setting the tone with a pensive and introspective introduction. The track breaks down into an energetic, tribal drum rhythm, envoking a hypnotic, carefree aesthetic that complements Oak’s show-stopping vocals and gripping topline on what’s sure to be her breakout performance.

What So Not’s Not All The Beautiful Things will be available in full on March 9 via Counter Records.

 

What So Not Previews Collab With Dyro And It Goes HARD

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here at EDM Sauce we love us some What So Not. The Aussie trap extraordinaire has been on a roll the past few years. His landmark EP ‘Divide and Conquer’ helped shape the landscape of trap that we are still feeling the ripples from today. As What So Not gears up for his album release,

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What So Not Explains What’s Going on with Long-Awaited Skrillex Collaboration “GOH”

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It seems like forever since What So Not and Skrillex revealed that they had a collaboration in the works. Since the announcement of the official collaboration, fans have been patiently waiting for the long expected track,”GOH,” to finally be released. While fans were waiting for the new release, the track itself slightly fell into the

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Bonnaroo announces ‘The Other’ lineup

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Bonnaroo announced stage programming for The Other ahead of the festival’s 2018 edition. The newly added dance tent likely formed as Bonnaroo’s answer to Coachella‘s storied Sahara Tent. Last year, Bonnaroo debuted the new stage concept — which replaced the festival’s beloved Kalliope Stage — and featured a diverse range of EDM acts such as Claude Vonstroke, G Jones and Getter, to name only a few. The addition was welcomed by attendees and The Other appeared to be one of the most frequented attractions throughout the four day weekend.

Now, the festival has released this year’s lineup for ‘The Other.’ Featuring acts like Kaskade, Virtual Self, Alison Wonderland, What So Not, Big Wild and Shiba San, the festival is taking a forthright step into the electronic programming that’s become so popular at festival’s nationwide. It appears such programming has paid off, too, as the Tennessean reported last year the festival’s attendance had rebounded following a dull turnout in 2016.

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