Shore Thing and Beachlife headliner Skrillex, who by all accounts blew away all 10,000 punters alongside Alvin Risk and What So Not revealed on New Years Eve to Veronica and Lewis on Triple J that Flume was stepping into the studio for a potential collaboration;
“Flume is coming into the studio tomorrow, so maybe we’ll make something, who knows? I mean technically What So Not is the artist on the [Shore Thing] lineup, so maybe we can all do something together.”
This isn’t the first time the lads have hit the studio with Skrillex Instagramming a photo of the pair back in March with a fitting tongue in cheek caption ‘Oi Oi Oi’, with this session the possible culmination of their previous work.
He also opened up about his cancellation at this years Stereosonic, again stating that he had to finish his debut record and additional work with Boys Noize as Dog Blood (who performed solo at the national event).
“I had to finish these records, a lot of people thought it was because I was being lazy or didn’t want to come, but it was literally the hardest decision to say no…. I’ve never played Stereo before but the festival always looked really legendary and really dope.”
The good news is we’re looking forward to his full album but still wondering what the go is with his Kill The Noise and Fatman Scoop collaboration that surfaced mid-December and how his Essential Mix wasn’t voted the mix of the year.
Listen to Skrillex’s full chat with Triple J below.
Update: Skrillex and What So Not headed out in Sydney last night playing a 3-hour back to back set at Backroom. Photo below.
source: Music Feeds