This year's Amsterdam Dance Event (ADE) featured many surprises from a medley of artists in the dance music realm. From the reveal of Martin Garrix's new stage show to Armin Van Buuren's escape room, there was plenty to talk about.
Luckily for fans of future bass, one of the big stories from the weekend was the debut of San Holo and What So Not's long-teased collaboration. Way back in March, the duo tweeted out an image of themselves in the studio, officially unveiling the collaboration.
Fast-forward to present-day and we finally have our first glimpse at what's to come from the duo. On Thursday, alongside DROELOE, our featured artists performed at the massive industry event. During San Holo's set, What So Not was brought back onstage for the upcoming track's debut.
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At the time of writing, neither San Holo nor What So Not have announced either a release date or title for their upcoming collaboration.
H/T: Your EDM