“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.”
“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.”
“What So Not draws in influences from house, hip hop, and garage to deliver a unique dance floor environment.”
“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.”
“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.”
“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.”
Hailing from the sandstone bedrock that is Sydney, this duo is the fresh face Australia’s beloved ‘Sweat it Out’ & voice of the ADD generation.
Released in Mid November 2011, their debut 4 track EP ‘7 Dollar Bill’ caused quite a stir; Switch, Bag Raiders, Sinden, Boys Noize & countless others, all on board for this new sound.
2012 has seen an onslaught of epic remix’s from the pair. Most notably their mix of Major Lazer’s ‘Get Free’. Gaining the attention of Tiga, Flosstradamus, Nero & Diplo himself, their future bass rework, scored them official 12″ Vinyl release on Mad Decent/Downtown.
With the who’s who of EDM dropping their tunes on BBC Radio 1 & every major festival around the globe, don’t be surprised if you see the WSN boys jet setting across the globe in the coming months.
Currently touring Aus/New Zealand, an official remix on the way for Mark Foster, Kimbra & A-Trak & their 2nd EP approaching completion, the ball is well and truly in motion for Australia’s next big export .