Listen: Woolymammoth - Tricks EP

Listen: Woolymammoth - Tricks EP

Embrace the dark side with the 19-year-old's debut EP.

Exploding onto the scene two years ago, 19-year-old Woolymammoth is setting himself up to become a heavyweight of the trap game. Already an underrated contender, Woolymammoth has shared Tricks, a new five-track EP following up from his remixes of Crooked Colours (listen HERE) and Mr Carmack (listen HERE). Tricks is the producer's debut EP and first release through Borgore's Buygore record label, building on three years of releases to create a collection of well-produced, experimental trap tunes.

The release kicks off with Butane and boy, what an introduction it is, packed full of rolling 808s and vocal cuts that then echo onto Goom, a dark and gloomy affair. The Tricks EP showcases a dark, experimental side to trap, an area often left uncovered as producers search for an upbeat, more club-suited sound. Tricks, the title single from the EP and Juice, a gloomy, bass-heavy track that builds on a spoken-word vocal sample and rap verse continues this vibe before ending with Best In It (Tryna Get Yo). Woolymammoth's debut EP may not appeal to the average club-goer but that doesn't mean it's no good, with the producer showcasing a an almost violent, heaving sound which he first introduced to the world with Ella, his well-acclaimed opener. Bask in the darkness below:

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