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What So Not announces debut album 'Not All The Beautiful Things'

The 12-track LP is out on Counter Records soon

  • Valerie Lee
  • 31 January 2018
What So Not announces debut album 'Not All The Beautiful Things'

Australian export What So Not has announced the impending arrival of his debut album 'Not All The Beautiful Things'.

Set the release on Counter Records on March 9, What So Not has enlisted the help of several attention-grabbing collaborators for his 12-track LP. Among his collaborators include OWSLA boss Skrillex, fellow Australian standouts Slumberjack, rock act Toto, San Holo and more.

Despite already having established his name as one of the leading electronic acts out of Australia with remixes and hits like 'High You Are', What So Not has yet to have released a full-length debut album.

See the track list below.

    What So Not & SLUMBERJACK 'Warlord'
    What So Not 'Be Ok Again' (feat. Daniel Johns)
    What So Not 'Beautiful' (feat. Winona Oak)
    What So Not 'Stuck In Orbit' (feat. BUOY)
    What So Not & James Earl 'Demons' (feat. Rome Fortune & Tommy Swisher)
    What So Not & Skrillex 'Goh' (feat. KLP)
    What So Not & Toto 'We Keep On Running'
    What So Not & San Holo 'If You Only Knew' (feat. Daniel Johns)
    What So Not 'Monsters' (feat. Michael Christmas & tobi lou)
    What So Not & Dyro 'Bottom End'
    What So Not 'Same Mistakes' (feat. Daniel Johns)
    What So Not 'Us' (feat. Daniels)

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