Skrillex leaves his Spaceship after going 'Wild for the Night' in Australia
While Skrillex‘s long-awaited LP is still in the dreaded “coming soon” status, may it never be said that the OWSLA-founder is lazy; Sonny Moore took Australia by storm this weekend, tirelessly working and performing, and even saying goodbye to a Skrillex staple. Building anticipation for his upcoming work, Sonny announced will be appropriately leaving the beloved Spaceship stage behind as he turns a new page in his career, as he told the Sydney Morning Herald this week. Revealed recently in live previews, the ex-rocker will also pair his changing stage production with his refreshened studio productions as the multifaceted musician dives into various deeper genres. However, some things certainly do not change, and after practically confirming a collaboration with Flume in an interview with radio show Triple J, shots of Sonny alongside his “Wild for the Night” collaborator A$AP Rocky have surfaced, with label-mates What So Not tagging along to supply the hometown Australian flavor. Rounding out the new year and his domination of the Australian continent, Skrillex played a short back-to-back set with What So Not, Flux Pavilion, and Chet Faker. While we await new music from the diverse star, Skrillex’s adventure to the land down under certainly supplied fans with enough excitement to hold us over.