Why did Flume leave What So Not?
Harley Streten, better known as Flume, has officially left the duo What So Not that he has been a member of since 2011, citing “creative differences” as the primary reason for his departure.
What So Nots real name?
Sydney native What So Not (real name Chris Emerson) has announced a special homecoming show for his birthday this February, and he’s holding it at his local, the Mona Vale Hotel.
What year did Flume leave What So Not?
Flume was last in the Northwest in August of 2013, performing at Neumos in Seattle, while Emoh as What So Not performed at Paradiso and What The Festival last year.
What So Not music genre?
Dance/ElectronicWhat So Not / Genre
Why did what so not break up?
“Over the last while, Emoh and I have been moving in different directions creatively, we haven’t made any music together in quite a while,” he explains. “Our final joint project is a soon-to-be-released EP that we completed last year. That will be the last what so not project I’ll be creatively involved with.”
What happened Flume?
Australian producer and DJ Flume has gone viral after footage emerged of him performing a graphic sex act on stage during Burning Man. The footage appeared briefly on Instagram Stories, posted by his rumoured girlfriend Paige Elkington, before it was swiftly deleted.
Where is what so not from?
Sydney, AustraliaWhat So Not / Origin
What is so not Wiki?
What So Not is an electronic music project by Australian record producer Emoh Instead (stage name by Christopher John Emerson). What So Not has toured the world, playing in various festivals, including Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival, Pukkelpop, Ultra Music Festival and Lollapalooza.
Where is Flume now?
In an interview about the incident hosted by Elkington, he said “I got the opposite of being canceled.” As of May 2019, Flume was living in Los Angeles, California.
Why is Flume called Flume?
Nathan McLay, founder of Future Classic and now Flume’s manager, assisted with the release of his first EP, titled Sleepless, which contained the three original tracks. He opted for the moniker “Flume” after the Bon Iver song of the same name. Flume’s self-titled debut album, was released on 9 November 2012.
What kind of EDM is Flume?
Flume’s music is very hard to classify into a genre. Flume typically makes hip hop, trap, ambient, and future bass music. If we were to narrow down on one specific genre, we’d associate Flume with experimental future bass music.
Is Flume an indie?
Flume’s label Future Classic picked up the Best Indie Label award. Held at Revolt in Melbourne, elsewhere there were wins for Seth Sentry in hip hop, Catherine Britt in country, Paul Kelly in blues and roots and Amy Dickinson in classical.
When did what so not’s first album release?
On 31 January 2018, What So Not announced the arrival of his debut album titled Not All the Beautiful Things which was released on 9 March 2018. The album featured collaborations with several artists, including Skrillex, Slumberjack, San Holo, and American rock band Toto.
When did what so not and RL Grime release Gemini?
On 24 June 2014, What So Not and RL Grime released their single, “Tell Me”, with Chris Martins from Spin describing the track as “of both melodic might and percussive ferocity”. “Gemini” which features George Maple, the first track from the Gemini EP, debuted on 9 May 2015.
What happened to what so not?
On 8 January 2021, What So Not returned from hiatus with a remix for Run The Jewels featuring Pharrell Williams & Zack de la Rocha stating “I was honored to get the nod to put this record out, not only with RTJ, but also my childhood heroes Zack and Pharrell,” In April 2021 What So Not announced a ‘New Era’ & subsequently release of ‘The Change’…
Who is the producer of RTJ’s new song “what so not?
This track is the result of RTJ’ s collaboration with the well-known American singer, record producer Pharrell Williams and the American activist, vocalist and lyricist of rock band Rage Against the Machine Zack de la Rocha. The Australian record producer What So Not delivered a bass-heavy hip-hop remix of the original track.