Wooli is one name in bass music that has been hard to miss over the past year. The heavy dubstep producer hailing from the eastern US has been turning heads since as early as 2016 with releases on OWSLA’s NESTHQ and Mad Decent’s Good Enough. since then, Wooli has recieved massive support from the likes of Zeds Dead, Excision, and Adventure Club, releasing collaborations with Snails and Seven Lions along the way.
Naturally, Wooli is primed for his first big headlining tour. Dubbed The Voyage tour, the 23-date tour will be hitting major music markets all over North America beginning this August, with support from Trivecta, Computa, and Warez. With stops at Moonrise, Bass Canyon, Northcoast, Dancefestopia, and Lost Lands during the remainder of 2019, Wooli will certainly be capturing crowds this fall with his unapologetic brand of hard-hitting bass.
To celebrate the tour announcement, he’s released a self-prescribed psytrance track that speaks to his heavily-leaning electronic music predilections. While the track gleans more towards a filthy dubstep anthem, with periodic psytrance breaks, “Psyclone” is sure to wet the pallets of fans as Wooli takes on the most aggressive touring schedule of his career to date. Stream “Psyclone” and view tour dates for The Voyage below.
Purchase tickets to Wooli’s The Voyage on his official tour website.