Sully releases Hardwire EP, via WAKAAN. A mainstay of the prolific label, the producers five-track EP, delivers a comprehensive look at his discography. First, “Anymore” serves as a grand melodic bass anthem while he is joined by the Arcturians ON “Far Away From Here,” an emotionally stirring, heavy bass hit. Next, “Front 2 Back” evokes earth-shattering bass house while the titular track runs rampant with his impressive and intricate sound design. To close out the EP, Sully collaborates with Taylr Renee for “Let’s Dream,” showcasing pure songwriting capabilities.
“Hardwire’ is a statement for what I’ve set out to accomplish as a producer. I’ve always tried to pull influence from different styles and genres to weave together a well-rounded body of work. Songs such as ‘Hardwire’ & ‘Front 2 Back’ have a familiar but fresh take on my heavier sound design, whereas songs like Anymore, Far Away From Here, and Let’s Dream all highlight vocalists, melody, and songwriting. This EP checks multiple boxes for me as a producer and I look forward to continuing to build multi-genre experiences for listeners.”
Following performances at Electric Zoo, Imagine, Evolutions, and WAKAAN Festival, Sully finds his way to Bass Country: Halloween and Liquid Stranger’s three-night run at Mission Ballroom. In addition, 2023 is shaping up to position the favored producer directly at the crux of the bass music scene.
“Sully” is the brainchild of Detroit-based producer, Christopher Sullivant. Weaving guttural sound design and intricate textures into wide melodic soundscapes, the eclectic producer is a force to be reckoned with. After refining his production skills at the acclaimed Icon Collective, he stepped into the electronic music scene in March 2019. With a series of prolific self-releases such as “Frequency Shift” and “Quake,” Sully made his WAKAAN debut in late 2019.
Sully embraces the beautiful juxtaposition of different genres of music. He maintains a distinct sound to blanket his catalog. From dubstep to trap, drum & bass, hip hop, and more, there are no limitations to Sully’s artistry.