Wooli’s new track ‘The Core’ is out now on Ophelia Records. This is his first release on the label in over a year. If you had the opportunity to see Wooli perform at Insomniac’s Park ‘N Rave in Southern California, you were one of the lucky ones that caught this track early. Wooli is an artist that specializes in blending hairstyle, riddim, dubstep, psytrance, and melodic dubstep.
The track begins with a dark sound, but as the beat picks up, Wooli transitions into trance and the build-up for the first drop begins. About a minute and thirty seconds the first drop hit and it is filthy. Right off the bat, Wooli combines about three different sub-genres of EDM and each transition flows effortlessly. He mixed hardstyle, psytrance, and dubstep to create a very unique sound. This track proves how versatile an artist he is. He was able to combine different sub-genres and combine them into one. That’s what makes him perfect for Ophelia. The label is full of versatile artists that blow their fans out of the water with each released track.
I would have loved to see the crowd’s reaction at the Park ‘N Rave. I can see it now, everyone going crazy, dancing, and raving until they break the rail at each space. Wooli has become one of my favorite artists and he absolutely killed it with this new release. I hope 2021 is the year that we receive more unreleased music from Wooli. This new track puts him off to a great start. He is for sure on the come-up for 2021 and his fan base will grow even stronger. I will definitely show up at his next gig. He recently put out some new merch as well, so go snag some. There are some cropped pink hoodies, oversized black hoodies, and a beanie as well.
Adam Puleo, known to the EDM world as Wooli, is a producer from the East Coast. He is an artist that combines that filthy dubstep and riddim with beautiful melodic bass. Artists like Seven Lions, Kayzo, Slander, and more have shown their support. In 2019, he also released some music on Welcome Records, Never Say Die, Ophelia, and more. He has been a part of major collaborations on songs like, “Another Me,” “Island,” and “Oxygen,” to name a few. Some of his influences include Excision, Nero, Doctor P, and Jimmy Hendrix. Wooli has also performed at festivals like Excision’s Thunderdome, Bonnaroo, Moonrise, Freaky Deaky, and many more.
It’s been quite a while since we’ve heard some new music from Wooli on Ophelia. Seven Lions took his excitement to Instagram a few days ago and posted the following, “Really stoked to have @woolimusic back with his new single– The Core– out this Friday.” Fans were blowing up the post with comments expressing their excitement about this new track. Some fans posted comments like, “It’s been a long time since I’ve heard from Ophelia Wooli,” and Wooli is the bomb. Bring this on. Can’t wait.” There is a ton of hype around this new track. Both Wooli’s and Ophelia’s fan base are excited about the release, and so am I.