Bass-heads gather around: we have some absolute fire to to expose to you ears. If you're a fan of anything loud and grimy, Wooli is one producer to take note of. Relatively low key in the industry as of right now, it is safe to assume that with his killer style, people will start to turn heads. His last release was a remix with Danny Win of NGHTMRE's "Holdin' on to Me". The feathery future bass track was premiered via Skrillex-affiliated NEST HQ and has a layered style that will appeal to the masses of electronic music fans. A smooth saxophone insert adds an organic stroke of creativity in the synthetic chaos of sound.
Despite the sultry future aesthetic found in the producer's last release, Wooli's latest may take you by surprise. EARMILK is excited to premiere Wooli's latest work "Contact" which was created in collaboration with Canadian producer Charlie Zane. Charlie Zane's craft consists of sharp synths and heavy sloping bass-lines. Together, the two have married their sounds to create a kaleidoscopic whirlwind of sporadic synths and cinematic vocal slips. The track is a far step away from Wooli's NGHTMRE remix, delivering an aggressive dubstep sound that will infect listeners with uncontrollable head-banging syndrome. It begins with some sort of muffled existential vocal insert which in turn is interrupted by explosive drop releasing tension and spunk. Stretched out corrugated sounds create an incomprehensible groove only found in the nuttiest of bass tracks.