Australian producer Emoh Instead has announced he'll be taking a break from making and performing as part of his What So Not project in 2020.
What So Not began roughly 10 years ago, as a collaborative effort between Emoh and Flume, before Flume left the project to focus on his solo career.
Emoh continued the project solo, embarking on a number of tours, before releasing debut album Not All The Beautiful Things in 2018, an album that's full of future-bass tunes to get the party started.
However, the constant touring has taken a bit of a toll, with recent bushfires in Australia forcing the producer to take stock.
In a statement released on social media he says, “Most of you have seen & heard about the devastation thats taken place in Australia. It has me thinking about what really matters in this world & this life.
“I’ve done something like 400 shows in the last 3yrs. It’s been exhilarating & fun but I’m taking some time to reset time with friends & family, time to craft & capture everything I’ve been thinking & feeling.
“I want to pull myself out of the ‘routine’ of it all & make sure everything I do is 110%.”
He goes one to say he has "one record" planned, but that'll be it from a little while.
Check out his statement below - we wish him the best of luck.