Urulu "No More"
- Words: Anthony Princi
Showing appreciation to his fans, West Coast producer Urulu has given away the two-track Tell Me/No More EP in celebration of reaching 2,000 followers on Facebook. Both tunes invoke the sound of classic '90s house music with the use of organ stabs, 909 snares, and shuffling hi-hat patterns. Featured here, "No More" is evidence of Urulu's more contemporary approach to the classic style, featuring a slippery bassline, new layers that appear in the breakdowns, and subtle-but-effective vocal chops that bolster the crux of the tune. You can download the other "side" of this digital EP for free, here.
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