Jack Stevens aka Sully is an understated folk hero of drum & bass.
A low key elusive bass producer with a fiercely passionate fanbase, Sully is one finest producers in the game. Long before when UK garage revival kicked in and “future” garage had even been dreamt up, Sully began finding a space between 2step’s swing, dubstep’s edge and breakstep’s drums, all underpinned by the rude spirit of Jungle. Sully’s music displays a deft touch for heart-breaking melodies that could touch people as much as the ruff sub bass could hit them.
Sully has reached a point where he can barely go wrong and yet again he has proved why he is one of the most revered producers in the circuit with swashbuckling releases on Rua Sound’s sub label, Foxy Jangle.
Two slices of positive, uplifting breakbeat science with flapping basslines, these tunes leave all the moodiness and set phasers firmly to “fun”.
First up is, “Soundboy Don’t Push Your Luck” fires all cylinders right from the word go for one of the most startlingly rude amen-jungle compositions. SO SICK!!
“368 Ft And Rising” is an intricate concoction of R&B flavours, funk stabs, ragga vocals and a bumpy street level groove that sounds like the early Philly Blunt releases.
Trust us when we are saying that you are in for a treat.
Grab your copy here.
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