With a name after a creature just as big as his sound, Wooli is quicking rising in the EDM scene. His newest EP “Mammoth” just dropped earlier this month and you can catch him playing shows around the country.
Wooli describes his sound as dubstep with “briddim” drums to mimic the sound of a stomping woolly mammoth. Wooli says that he likes to create a cinematic story around his drop. The goal: to get a reaction out of the listener.
“When I write my melodic music, my goal is to make the listener get goosebumps from feeling exactly what I felt when writing the song. My melodic music is almost like a diary to me. You can figure out how I’m feeling just through my music,” says Wooli. “I make both heavy dubstep as well as melodic music. I will never be just one or the other.”
By releasing the Mammoth EP, Wooli felt as if he was proving to himself and others that he could put together a “cohesive body of work rather than just a single.” It had been over a year since his last EP, so the timing was just right.
Right now, Wooli is focusing on getting to the point where he can have his own show.
“I’ve been fortunate to go on 2 major bus tours in my short DJ career already and was able to see first-hand how they operate and how much work goes into it. It was extremely inspiring. So for now, I just have to grind to get into that spot where I am able to be in the same position.”
Listen to Wooli's EP below:
Find the EP here.