The electronic music world exploded this week, when Australian producer Flume dropped a five-minute teaser for his long-awaited new album, Skin. The teaser featured snippets of tracks throughout the album - and while it's sounding pretty damn good, not everyone is happy about it.
As Pigeons & Planes point out, Reddit users think that one of the snippets sounds remarkably close to "Beachlife ID" an unreleased collaboration between Skrillex and What So Not. You may recall that What So not was originally a two-piece consisting of Flume and Emoh Instead, but is now a solo project for Emoh. The collab reportedly came about while Flume, real name Harley Streten, was still involved.
It's unclear whether the rumor is true or not - for all we know, the initial rumors were wrong, or it may even be getting released as a "Flume ft. Emoh Instead & Skrillex" track. However, Flume's Future Classic labelmate and collaborator George Maple has added fuel to the fire, taking to Twitter to support the accusation. The tweets have since been deleted:
Flume, Skrillex and Emoh are yet to respond to the claims.