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If you’re a frequent purveyor of the underground bass music ecosystem, the name Sully will not only ring a bell, but really blast a foghorn of recognition into your brain.
There is certainly no shortage of talent as of late coming out of the bass music corner with Sully being another prime example of one of the genre’s plethora of promising talent.
No, that wasn’t yet another earthquake happening over in LA right now that you just felt. It’s Sully, back again with another monstrous bass music release causing all these shock waves, ‘Quake’.
Here at CE, we’re no strangers to Sully‘s violent brand of bass. Since the Los Angeles rising producer marked his debut this past spring with “Frequency Shift,” he’s followed with a steady stream of releases that always tell a larger, ongoing story.
The Spicy Bois label head MeSo unites with the versatile Super Future on their new collaboration ‘Chromatose‘ to deliver a banging 808-filled track and wonky sound design.
Underground bass music has been developing its Midwestern hub over the past few years. In Grand Rapids, you’ll find artist Nick Rowland captivating the Michigan EDM scene with the vibrant sounds of his alias, Super Future.
If you were lucky enough to be able to catch my giant Spicy Bois panel at Electric Forest featuring about twenty of the fastest rising stars in the underground bass scene, you had already heard about this magical MeSo and Super Future collab that was floating around out there.
Fetish has arrived with their first original track, one to provoke your most primal instinct — dancing. “Nothin’ But Mammals” finds a home with CONFESSION, a fitting placement for the dark, grimey house that ensues with this release.
Making its debut during G-REX‘s colossal THE SUMMONING, “Break the Floor” serves as another relentless, bone-rattling driven by middle eastern vocal samples and atmospheric textures giving listeners a true listening experience before leading into a devastating barrage of bass.
Still coming up hot from his infectiously groovy track, ‘Frequency Shift’, Sully cranks up the heat from his last release and furthers his growing footprint in today’s world of bass music with his latest single ‘Break The Floor’.
Local Spins’ April segment broadcast across the state showcased fresh West Michigan music for “Stateside,” focusing on three acts with intoxicating songs and a powerful message.
Local Spins — Grand Rapids bass guru Super Future pushes limits of electronic music with live instruments
Get a behind-the-scenes glimpse into the mind of innovative electronic whiz Nick Rowland, aka Super Future, who just released a new song and headlines a big weekend show. And listen to his new single.
Local Spins on WYCE Radio — Black Super Heroes: JRob, Steven Malcolm reflect ‘everyday life’ with dynamic hip hop
To preview a hip-hop showcase Saturday, the Grand Rapids artists played Local Spins on WYCE, which also debuted tracks by Super Future, Desmond Jones, Dead Eye Zack and more. Podcast, videos.
Showcasing his dark and melodic sound design in his striking debut single “Frequency Shift,” the Icon Collective graduate fuses elements of dubstep with old school drum and bass into resulting into on relentless tune which is nothing short of impressive.
‘Frequency Shift’ is a statement first single from Sully, as he creates the perfect track for anyone who embraces the weird.
“Frequency Shift” is the debut single from Sully, who previously performed as Crowd Cntrl. While Sully might a fresh name, this bass producer is no stranger to the scene. He’s old friends and current roommates with one of our favorite artists Peekaboo. His dark melodic bass has us excited to see where this project goes.
Satisfying, pulsing, crowd-rattling, and just down right heavy, Sully’s new debut single “Frequency Shift” is a result of what a fantastic combination of a terrific groove and splendid bass music production can achieve.
HOT OFF THEIR STELLAR “AIR BENDER,” MICHIGAN PRODUCERS SUPER FUTURE AND S E S H HAVE SOURCED CARDI B‘S BREAKOUT TUNE “BODAK YELLOW” FOR A RATTLING DEEP DUB EDIT.
AceMyth and Super Future have conjured up “Black Magic” — a fierce bass track that feels terrifying in all the right ways.
SUPER FUTURE EXPLODED ONTO OUR RADAR LAST YEAR WITH HIS VIBRANT FUTURE BASS STYLE AND HIS PERMANENCE IN THE MIDWEST ELECTRONIC SCENE THROUGH THE SAMSARA FAMILY COLLECTIVE.
FUXWITHIT — PREMIERE: Super Future & s e s h Blend Emotional Melodies With Wild Bass On ‘Air Bender’
Super Future demonstrates the diversity of the Mid-West Trap scene with hard-hitting bass lines, emotional melodies, and luminous progressive synths alongside s e s h on ‘Air Bender.’
West Michigan producers Super Future and Patches O’Malley team up to bring you the deepest bass you have felt in quite some time with “Smokey“, from the newly released project “Samsara Vol.5“.
From Michigan-based record label Eclectic Imprint comes the first of many in a new compilation series. Packed with experimental beats from fresh and familiar names in the bass scene, this six-pack release has something everyone can get down to.
Our odd obsession with Michigan continues. The Mitten’s own Eclectic Imprint is busting out a 6-track compilation this Friday (August 31) that features global talent across trap, slimepunk, future bass, and more.
NONE OF THESE THINGS ARE LIKE THE OTHER. There’s a lo-fi tune followed by a surreal, energetic outburst of sound. There’s an unconventional, strange track followed by a chanting trap tune. All six songs are incredibly different from one another.
Super Future is 26-year-old Michigan native Nick Rowland and he has a vision for his music and life that is bound to take him places far and away, starting with this weekend at Electric Forest.
River Beats — Rising Producer Super Future Talks Inspiration, Meditation, and His Brand New EP ‘Prisms’
Nick Rowland, aka Super Future, is skyrocketing from the Grand Rapids, MI electronic scene with his exuberant, synth-laden style. He recently spoke with us about his Untz.com Challenge IX win, his hometown roots, and his promising festival appearances this summer.
PEEKABOO CAUGHT THE ATTENTION OF MANY FANS AFTER BASSNECTAR PLAYED HIS TRACK, ‘WOBBLY’ DURING HIS ELECTRIC FOREST 2017 SET.