For bass heads with their ears nestled into the underground, there’s just something about sumthin sumthin. Conrad Woodul has been moving crowds with his music since he started playing the piano at the age of eight. The Icon Collective recruit has been pushing out consistent experimental releases while imprinting his own unique mark on the electronic community. Typically one to glean toward heavy bass, sumthin sumthin has now taken a step outside of his wheelhouse to deliver “Trauma.”
The track signals a new terrain for the young artist—a new side of my production,” he says. Equipped with flowing melodies, expansive atmospheres, ambient textures, and crisp production, “Trauma” is an instrumental delight that flows and twinkles into euphoric bliss. With support from the likes of RL Grime, CloZee, Zeds Dead, Troyboi, Louis the Child, Ekali, and tours with UZ, Bleep Bloop, and a string of international shows, sumthin sumthin still has only begun scratching the surface.