Sully Announces Jungle Double Pack for Keysound
- Words: Jay Donaldson
Sully has revealed details of a jungle double pack to be released via Keysound midway through June. Blue sees the London-based DJ/producer–who worked anonymously for a number of years preceding the release of his standout debut LP in 2011–revisiting the 160bpm juke tempo often found in Carrier, but this time taking his style cues from the UK. According to the producer, the EP's raw, chopped-up sounds were inspired by chasing down free parties in the early '00s, when ''youthful optimism put an almost spiritual spin on what were sketchy, chaotic, DIY happenings.”
The seven-track effort features the singular drum programming for which the producer is known, and finishes with a subliminal ''vapour dub'' of the title track from Logos. Before the EP lands on June 16, the title track is streaming below, and Sully's exclusive mix for the XLR8R podcast series is available for stream and download here.
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