The former supergroup, now simply super-talented solo act What So Not releases the last collaborative works by both Harley “Flume” Streten and Chris “Emoh” Emerson, formerly Emoh Instead (pictured left to right, respectively), in the four-track Gemini EP.
The duo announced they had split over creative differences in February and followed up in April with the title track featuring George Maple.
Following Gemini and a short intro, Arrows is the first taste of new material and features LA musician Dawn Golden on a WSN-Dillon Francis collab unofficially referred to as “Dill’s Mom” since debuting at Coachella.
Death Drive follows as a xylophone-and-bedspring number built around sobbing guitar licks and the vocals of fellow Aussie KLP.
Gemini ends with Oddity, the only featureless tune on the collection. It lives up to its name with all the oddball sampling and sonic ingenuity that makes the WSN project a lamplight in the dark caverns of bass music.
Gemini serves as a fitting capstone to their time together and represents their combined sound well. What will all-Emoh WSN sound like? Time will tell. Pick up a copy of the Gemini EP for free here, and catch a tour date in Europe through March.