What So Not unleashes monster remix pack feat. SLUMBERJACK, Noisia, Ribongia & more

What So Not unleashes monster remix pack feat. SLUMBERJACK, Noisia, Ribongia & more

The big man has a pretty big tour announcement coming too we reckon.

Divide & Conquer, What So Not's rather large debut solo EP from last year, was a release filled with some serious heat. It also served as a chance for the man behind the moniker, Chris Emerson, to flex his production muscles and show that it's not just all about the bangers, with some gentler moments in amongst bombs like the title track and and Lone feat. JOY. And while Emerson plugs away on his debut album and tours the globe constantly, he's given us a little something to expand on Divide & Conquer in the form of a nine-track remix EP, stacked with some international heavy hitters.

It kicks off in bombastic fashion thanks to Noisia giving Divide & Conquer a serious rinse, before traversing a variety of different genres and producers, including Australian faves like Ribongia, SLUMBERJACK and Go Freek. There's literally something for everyone to be found here, so tuck in (or buy it HERE) and keep your eyes out for an Oz tour announcement from him soon. He was recently announced to play the disgustingly large Spilt Milk lineup in Canberra this November, but we get the feeling there's gonna be a few dates to go around that.

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