Flux Pavilion recently posted an image of himself and What So Not on Twitter and revealed that a collaboration is on the way. Flux Pavilion (real name Joshua Steele) posted an image of the duo in a studio and What So Not (real name Christopher Emerson) shared his excitement for the release.
This track will mark the first joint endeavor between the two. Emerson is no stranger to working with bass giants, as back in 2016 he released the song "Waiting" with Skrillex and RL Grime. The aforementioned track was his second collaboration with the latter artist, but first as a solo artist since Flume's departure from the then-duo.
It's worth noting that Kill The Noise is not listed in the tweet, leading some to believe this is either a separate track or that he is no longer involved with the project.
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At the time of writing, neither Steele nor Emerson have provided a name or release date for the recently announced collaboration.