With a reputation after a creature simply as massive as his sound, Wooli is quicking rising within the EDM scene. His latest EP “Mammoth” simply dropped earlier this month and you'll catch him taking part in exhibits across the nation.

Wooli describes his sound as dubstep with “briddim” drums to imitate the sound a stomping woolly mammoth. Wooli says that he likes to create a cinematic story round his drop. The objective: to get a response out the listener.

“When I write my melodic music, my objective is to make the listener get goosebumps from feeling precisely what I felt when writing the music. My melodic music is sort of like a diary to me. You can work out how I’m feeling simply by my music,” says Wooli. “I make each heavy dubstep in addition to melodic music. I'll by no means be only one or the opposite.”

By releasing the Mammoth EP, Wooli felt as if he was proving to himself and others that he may put collectively a “cohesive physique work quite than only a single.” It had been over a 12 months since his final EP, so the timing was good.

Right now, Wooli is specializing in attending to the purpose the place he can have his personal present.

“I’ve been lucky to go on 2 main bus excursions in my brief DJ profession already and was in a position to see first-hand how they function and the way a lot work goes into it. It was extraordinarily inspiring. So for now, I simply should grind to get into that spot the place I'm able to be in the identical place.”

Listen to Wooli's EP beneath:

Find the EP right here.

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