Stream & Download What So Not's Highly Anticipated Debut Album "Not All The Beautiful Things"

What so not all the beautiful things album

It’s been a long time coming, but What So Not’s debut album is finally here! Having evolved exponentially over a period of almost eight years, the Australian producer has not only been a TSIS favorite, but an absolute staple in electronic music as a whole. Now, having been just over a year since Emoh announced he had started working on the album, we’re pumped to share the finished project, titled - Not All The Beautiful Things.

Although this latest offering ranges greatly in genre and production, it perfectly exemplifies the lush, powerful and sometimes experimental sound we’ve come to know and love from What So Not. Featuring previously released singles “Be Ok Again”, “Stuck In Orbit”  and WSN’s most recent release, “Beautiful”, included on the album are also numerous incredible collabs with SLUMBERJACK, Rome Fortune, Skrillex, Toto, San Holo, Dyro and more. Tapping into musical influences from house, hip-hop, rock, trap and future bass, What So Not really outdid himself on the entirety of these 12-track. Check out Not All The Beautiful Things below. Enjoy!

What So Not - Not All The Beautiful Things

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