Flux Pavilion, What So Not, and The Chain Gang of 1974 join forces for future bass collaboration, ’20:25′

An unexpected triad of artistry has joined forces for a joint release on Flux Pavilion and Doctor P-owned Circus Records, “20:25.” The track is produced in part by Flux himself, with welcomed assistance from What So Not, and features indietronica group The Chain of 1974 on vocals.

Production styles from each artist can be audibly discerned in “20:25,” a trippy trap-style future bass track. The downtempo and hazy vocals from The Chain Gang of 1974 envelopes the listener in a dark, smoldering atmosphere, and the drawn-out synths effortlessly reverberate into a throbbing beat that carries the rest of the song.

Both Flux Pavilion and What So Not have been avid on the release front this year, both experimenting in a menagerie of musical formats, from drum ‘n’ bass, to dubstep, to melodic bass music. The new collaboration proves a worthy listen among the vast collection of high-profile hits from the artists.

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