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Whethan Teams up With Flux Pavilion & MAX For ‘Savage’ & Announces Tour

At the young age of 17, Ethan Snoreck, also known as Whethan, has proven his musical talents and secured his spot in the music industry with his own future bass sound that’s one of a kind. Having gained early support from the likes of Skrillex and Flux Pavilion he’s amassed over 7 million global streams with his debut single ‘Can’t Hide’ feat. Ashe and follow up track ‘When I’m Down’ with Oliver Tree.

His massively popular remixes of Zayn’s ‘Pillowtalk’, Midnight to Monaco’s ‘Suicide’ and Louis The Child’s ‘It’s Strange’ have all gained over 2 million plays on SoundCloud, whilst his rework of Mssingno’s ‘XE3’ seeing over 7 million plays to date.

Wethan’s most recent release is a collaborative effort with Flux Pavilion and vocalist MAX titled ‘Savage.’ The track is Wethans first dip into the bass pool with some help from Flux, and its safe to say it was a success. ‘Savage’ displays Wethan’s clappy drumline against a heavy duty bassline from Flux Pavilion in perfect harmony as MAX sings, “Something about you turns me to a savage.”

Along with his savage new track, Whethan also announced his first headlining tour. Kicking off January 26 at Peabody’s in Virginia, Whethan will embark on a 2 month “SAVAGE” tour hitting 15 cities across the United States and Canada. No support for the tour has been announced yet, but if this 17 year old can employ Flux Pavillion on one of his tracks, who knows who he will bring on the road with him.


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