Flux Pavilion and What So Not Blend Their Styles In ’20:25′

Known for their hit ‘Sleepwalking’, The Chain Gang Of 1974 lend his talents to Flux Pavilion and What So Not’s incredible new production ’20:25′.

Released on Flux Pavilion’s imprint Circus, the track infuses both artists sound into a very dynamic single. Australia’s What So Not brings his drawn out electronic elements together with Flux’s harder electro style.

Both acts have been on top of their game lately, with Flux Pavilion in particular. After releasing his album last year, he has had a string of releases – 5 in 2019, including the popular Marshmello collaboration ‘Room To Fall’. What So Not has also been killing it lately, just 2 weeks ago released a new mix of The Presets together with Slumberjack.

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