If it weren’t for its pedigree it would be ok to call What So Not an overnight sensation. From festival plays at Coachella, Pukkelpop, Ultra and Lollapalooza rubbing shoulders with Skrillex and RL Grime, What So Not has justified the hype.  An ever-evolving and surprising sound that includes anthems such as Gemini (ft. George Maple), Jaguar, High You Are and Tell Me (with RL Grime) makes it impossible to pigeonhole. WHAT SO NOT: the overnight success 4 years in the making.

United by a love of surfing and the sweaty corridors and dancefloors of nightclubs, they set out to create a project inspired by the most universal of feelings: fun.THE BASS COLLECTIVE
They’ve grown a cult following into so much more by keeping a strong web presence and building bangers so big, they’ll put cities underwater.EARMILK
What So Not draws in influences from house, hip hop, and garage to deliver a unique dance floor environment.ELEKTRO
United by a love of surfing and the sweaty corridors and dancefloors of nightclubs, the pairing have quickly forged a fearsome reputation for stepping up to the decks to deliver an aspect all too often lacking in the sometimes too serious world of electronic music, the most universal of feelings: fun.DATA TRANSMISSION
Their sound, a combination of Emerson’s love of hip-hop and bass music and Steten’s firm grasp on experimental pop production, easily adapts to the ever-changing dance music environment while maintaining its own unique stamp.NEST HQ
With a multitude of “trapstyle” and experimentally-driven 808-filled tacks released on their SoundCloud, they are continuously pushing the boundaries of modern electronic sound, and it has created a powerful niche for them in the current trap.THE DANKLES



What So Not – Jaguar (Official Music Video)