Aussie based producer What So Not has released a new album called Anomaly which is out now. According to the press release, Fusing together a glimmering pastiche of electronica, hip hop, house and experimental fare, Anomaly is the culmination of a huge 2022 for What So Not’s brainchild Chris Emerson, with the new album ready to unforgettably dazzle with its sweltering anthems and gripping exuberance.

Boasting oscillating dancefloor fillers, emphatic instrumentation and What So Not like you’ve never heard before, Anomaly showcases Chris’ staggering progression since releasing his debut album Not All The Beautiful Things back in 2018. Compiling Chris’ personal experiences traveling the world and recording, a lack of time constraints and the most passionate iteration to date in the What So Not story, Anomaly is equally the ultimate house party soundtrack as much as it’s also Chris cementing his status as a global electronic dance phenomenon.

And while the lead up to the ultimate release of Anomaly was itself a departure from usual proceedings with a global pandemic in its wake, for Chris there were many positives to be found in unlikely places, as he explains, “I think this album is the furthest I’ve ever progressed in my music. It’s the strongest, the most thought out, the most evolved version of any music that I’ve worked on over the years and I’m so excited for people to hear it in full. I’m so grateful for the amount of time that I was given to work on it during this off-cycle, which is not something I’ve experienced before. The silver linings of the world shutting down over the past few years have allowed me to refine and hone-in on this album like I’ve never been able to in the past. For me, this is my best work.” 

Listen below.