Christmas comes early this year with Wooli’s brand new EP, Resurrection, which is out now on Ophelia Records. The EP features four incredible new tracks that demonstrate Wooli’s raw production […]
Christmas comes early this year with Wooli’s brand new EP, Resurrection, which is out now on Ophelia Records.
The EP features four incredible new tracks that demonstrate Wooli’s raw production talent that has gained him much success over the years. His debut Ophelia EP is titled after the intro track, “Resurrection.'” This is his opening tour track that showcases heavy drops perfect to break your neck to.
Listeners are then transitioned into the emotional track, “Crazy.'” This melodic singalong is a collaboration with UK producer, Codeko. It features the beautiful voice of Casey Cook. While performing at Illenium’s Red Rocks event, Wooli brought out Trivecta to debut “Light Up The Sky.'”The track is a blend of rock and melodic dubstep that highlights Creed‘s Scott Stapp‘s highly esteemed vocal performances.
Wooli and fellow heavy hitter dubstep producer Kompany then come together on “Fight Milk.” This track is the most intense on the EP and it’s the perfect ending for the project, utilizing disgusting dubstep drops and vocal samples from It’s Always Sunny In Philadelphia.
Wooli is currently touring the country showcasing an outstanding lineup of talent. The Destination tour includes Trivecta, William Black, Calcium, Ace Aura, and more! Traveling to Cancun this weekend, Wooli is also joining Illenium and friends for the inaugural Ember Shores festival down on the beaches of Mexico.
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