You might not notice it from his profile’s, but Sully is no stranger to the electronic music scene. Under his previous brand Crowd Cntrl, the producer racked up thousands of streams and fans in his Michigan college town by headlining clubs and sharing stages with artists like Diplo, Rusko and Eptic.
After capping off Summer 2017 with a string of festival runs that included a Crowd Cntrl B2B PEEKABOO set on the Breakaway Music Festival mainstage, the producer packed his bags and made the move from Michigan to L.A. in search of something greater.
“I always knew L.A. was where I wanted to be; surrounded by forward-thinking, like-minded individuals who share the same passion for producing as me.”
Sully has spent the last year pioneering and sharpening his own sound design at Icon Collective, the same school where artists like Jauz and NGHTMRE got their start. Despite not releasing any music in almost two years, the producer has been far from quiet. While attending Icon, Sully was recruited to work on KSHMR’s latest sample pack “Sounds of KSHMR Vol. 3” and was named Student of the Year in his class.
Now that he’s graduated and sitting on more unreleased music than ever, Sully is ready to reveal his new project, a culmination of nearly two years of hard work and dedication.
2019 is the year that Sully finally emerges from the shadows and into the spotlight as one of bass music’s most promising new producers.