Wooli

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Wooli
Birth nameAdam Puleo
Genres
Occupation(s)
  • Disc jockey
  • record producer
  • composer
Instrument(s)
Years active2016–present
Labels
Websitewoolimusic.com

Adam Puleo, better known by his alias Wooli, is an American riddim and dubstep DJ and producer. He is known for the songs "Island" and "Another Me", with the prior being a collaboration with American dubstep producers Seven Lions and Trivecta and the latter being a collaboration with Seven Lions and Canadian producer and DJ Excision. "Island" peaked at the No. 20 position on Billboard's Dance/Electronic Digital Song Sales chart in early 2019. "Another Me" peaked on the Hot Dance/Electronic Songs at the No. 46 position in late 2019.

Early life[edit]

Puleo was first introduced to bass music with a mix produced by English drum and bass producer Andy C. After attending several Bassnectar shows and other electronic music festivals, he considered himself a "dubstep rave kid" since 2010, attending as many shows as possible.[1]

Career[edit]

2016: "Gettin That", "DayDream", and "After All" remix[edit]

On August 18, 2016, Puleo released his remix of the song "Gettin That" originally by Dirty Audio & Rickyxsan as a free digital download.[2] The future bass remix originally debuted on the BBC Radio 1 radio show Diplo & Friends.[3] Jeffrey Yau of Your EDM noted the song's "percussion kicks, synth chords, and jersey club squeaks" and described the song as an "atomic bomb coupled with a meteor strike."[4]

On October 4, Puleo collaborated with dubstep producer Jantsen to release the song "DayDream" via Good Enuff.[5] Run the Trap's Peach Gallagher called it a "hard-hitting anthem that will have you headbanging in no time."[6] Writing for ThisSongSlaps, Brian Bonavoglia commented that the song is "one of the hardest-hitting tunes we’ve heard in recent months."[7]

On December 20, a remix extended play of the song "After All" by Slander and YOOKiE was released via Never Say Die.[8] Puleo, in collaboration with Los Angeles-based dubstep producer Kompany, was featured on the extended play alongside other dubstep producers Habstrakt, Laxx, and Xilent.[9] A VIP mix of the remix was later released on March 2, 2017.[10]

2017: "Back / Like I Used To"[edit]

On July 7, 2017, Puleo released the single "Back / Like I Used To", featuring Eli Flynn as vocals on the latter, via Circus Records.[11] Writing for Dancing Astronaut, Austin Evenson described "Back" as "ear-splitting", later saying that the song shined "his crisp yet thrashing drop of scraping, snarling composition."[12] Noiseporn's Lennon Cihak talked about "Like I Used To", writing that it is smoother compared to "Back", noting it's the use of Eli Flynn's vocals and "superb guitar talents."[13]

2018: "Falling", Mammoth, and SoundCloud[edit]

On May 21, 2018, American music producer Trivecta collaborated with Puleo to release the song "Falling" via Monstercat.[14] The song has been described by writers of EDM Sauce and EDMTunes as a combination of both producer's respective styles, mixing bass-focused with melodic dubstep.[15][16]

On July 3, English music producer and DJ Gammer released the first part of the remixes to his song "The Drop" via Monstercat.[17] Various electronic music producers such as 4B, NvrLeft, Skellism, Slippy, and Stonebank, alongside Puleo, were featured on the remix extended play.[18] ThisSongSlaps' Brian Bonavoglia stated that his remix was an "explosive rendition" of the original song, also describing it as "bone-rattling".[19]

On September 26, English dubstep and drum and bass producer FuntCase released his collaboration with Puleo as part of the compilation album FuntCase Presents: DPMO, Vol. 2.[20] The collaboration, titled "Man Don’t Want War" and featuring vocalist Clipson, was released as the compilation album's final single before release.[21][22]

On October 5, Puleo released his second extended play Mammoth via Never Say Die.[23] The four-track extended play included the songs "Throw It Up", "Elephant March", "Need U", and "Thicc Boi".[24] Puleo created the extended play wanting to represent who he is as a person on and off stage, with it containing both "briddim" and melodic dubstep that is both emotional and personal to him.[25]

On November 14, Quebec-based "vomitstep" producer Snails collaborated with Puleo to release the song "Snailephant" via Slugz Music.[26] The song was released as a single off of Snails' extended play Slimeageddon.[27][28]

In November, various bass music and dubstep musicians and producers had most or all of their songs from online audio distribution platform and music sharing website SoundCloud for wrongful copyright claims. Puleo was among these artists who had their songs removed.[29] Speaking through Twitter, he released a statement concerning the claims, specifically noting his collaboration with Mastadon and hoping that the claims would get resolved quickly.[30]

2019: "Island", "Another Me", Evolution EP and "Nothing Left"[edit]

On January 4, 2019, American DJ and record producer Seven Lions collaborated with Puleo and Trivecta to release the song "Island", featuring Nevve as vocals, via Seven Lions' record label Ophelia.[31] Writing for Billboard, Dove Shore called it a "deft mix of styles and feelings" and called it "equal parts fantasy getaway and monstrous mood as glowing melodies soar between hard drops."[32] Farrell Sweeney of Dancing Astronaut wrote that the song found "a way to meld blissful yet abrasive melodic dubstep elements together."[33]

On August 30, Seven Lions collaborated with Canadian producer and DJ Excision and Puleo to release the song "Another Me" via Ophelia.[34] Dancing Astronaut's Jessica Mao noted the song's "charged melodies, open-hearted vocals, and thundering bass" as the incorporation of each producer's respective styles.[35] Matthew Meadow of Your EDM also noted the mix of the respective producers styles, writing that "the beautiful elements of each artist, every section of the track hits a bit different, whether on the melodic side or the downright dastardly bass-heavy side."[36]

On September 13, Puleo released his third extended play Evolution via Never Say Die. The extended play was a collaboration between Puleo and Excision, containing four tracks, including the songs "Lockdown", "Oxygen", "Evolution", and the previously released "Another Me".[37][38]

On October 25, Puleo released "Nothing Left" with William Black and RUNN via Ophelia.[39]

Artistry[edit]

Puleo takes inspiration from songs outside of dubstep and riddim, such as film music, trance, and other melodic genres. He produces what he calls "briddim", a fusion subgenre of brostep and riddim that focuses on utilising heavier snares and kicks.[1][25][40]

Various online music magazines have included Puleo in their "artists to watch" lists. Writers for Run the Trap,[41] UKF,[42] and EDMTunes[43] had placed him in their lists for 2017, 2018, and 2019, respectively.

Discography[edit]

Albums and extended plays[edit]

Title Details
The Cave
  • Released: March 10, 2017
  • Label: Firepower Records
  • Formats: Digital download
Mammoth
  • Released: October 5, 2018
  • Label: Never Say Die
  • Formats: Digital download
Evolution[44]
(with Excision)
  • Released: September 13, 2019
  • Label: Self-released
  • Formats: Digital download
Resurrection[45]
  • Released: December 3, 2021
  • Label: Ophelia Records
  • Formats: Digital download

As featured artist[edit]

Title Details
After All (Remixes)[46]

by Slander & Yookie

  • Released: December 19, 2016
  • Label: Never Say Die
  • Format: Digital download
Virus: The Remixes[47]

by Excision

  • Released: September 12, 2017
  • Label: Rottun Recordings
  • Format: Digital download
Black Label XL 4

by Various Artists

  • Released: September 25, 2017
  • Label: Never Say Die: Black Label
  • Format: Digital download
Stay (The Remixes)[48]

by Delta Heavy and Dirty Audio

  • Released: January 24, 2018
  • Label: Monstercat
  • Format: Digital download
Black Friday Vol. 17

by Various Artists

  • Released: March 30, 2018
  • Label: Never Say Die: Black Label
  • Format: Digital download
Textacy (Remixes)

by Dion Timmer

  • Released: June 26, 2018
  • Label: Rottun Recordings
  • Format: Digital download
The Drop (The Remixes Pt. 1)

by Gammer

  • Released: July 3, 2018
  • Label: Monstercat
  • Format: Digital download
FuntCase Presents: DPMO, Vol. 2

by FuntCase

  • Released: September 28, 2018
  • Label: Circus Records
  • Format: Digital download
Pandora's Box

by Tynan

  • Released: November 9, 2018
  • Label: Never Say Die
  • Format: Digital download
Slimeageddon

by Snails

  • Released: December 7, 2018
  • Label: Slugz Music
  • Format: Digital download

Charted singles[edit]

Title Year Peak chart positions Album
US
Dance Sales

[49]
US
Dance

[50]
"Island"[51] 2019 20 Non-album singles
"Another Me"[52] 46
"—" denotes a recording that did not chart or was not released.

Other singles[edit]

Title Year Album Label
Contact (with Charlie Zane)[53] 2016 Non-album single Self-released
Zip It (with Jarvis) Non-album single Self-released
DayDream (with Jantsen) Non-album single Good Enuff
Lucy In The Sky (featuring Delaney Kai)[54] Non-album single Self-released
Give It Up (with B-Sides and Jantsen)[55] Non-album single Elysian Records
Horns Up (with Sunday Service)[56] 2017 Non-album single Self-released
WDGAF (with AFK, featuring Jay Fresh)[57] Non-album single Self-released
Back / Like I Used To (featuring Eli Flynn) Non-album single Circus records
Voodoo (with Yookie)[58] Non-album single Firepower Records
Briddim Bomb (with Kompany)[59] 2018 Non-album single Circus Records
Kong (with Detrace) Black Friday Vol. 17 Never Say Die: Black Label
Falling (with Trivecta) Monstercat Uncaged Vol. 5 Monstercat
WDGAF VIP (with AFK) Non-album single Self-released
Elephant March (with Mastadon, featuring Travis Richter) Mammoth EP Never Say Die
Snailephant (with Snails) Slimeageddon Slugz Music
Psyclone[60] 2019 Non-album single Welcome Records
Nothing Left[61] (with William Black featuring Runn) Non-album single Ophelia
Bussback (with Kompany)[62] 2020 Non-album single Never Say Die
Don't Forget Me (with Sullivan King)[63] Non-album single Monstercat
Erase You (with Excision and Haliene)[64] Non-album single Subsidia
The Core[65] 2021 Non-album single Ophelia
Shadows (with Seven Lions and Amidy)[66] Non-album single Ophelia
Crazy (with Codeko featuring Casey Cook)[67] Resurrection EP Ophelia
Pantheon (with Seven Lions, Jason Ross, Trivecta, Kill the Noise, Blastoyz, and Dimibo)[68] Non-album single Ophelia
Light Up The Sky (with Trivecta and Scott Stapp)[69] Resurrection EP Ophelia
Crazy (Orchestral) (with Codeko featuring Casey Cook)[70] 2022 Non-album single Ophelia
Name Drop (with Excision)[71] TBD EP Subsidia

Remixes[edit]

Title Year Artist Label
Holdin' on to Me[72] 2016 Nghtmre Self-released
Gettin That Dirty Audio and Rickyxsan Self-released
Super Saiyan[73] Dirt Monkey (featuring Harvey J) Self-released
Jotaro Phiso Self-released
After All (with Kompany)[46] Slander and Yookie Never Say Die
After All (with Kompany, VIP mix) 2017 Slander and Yookie Never Say Die
Her[47] Excision and Dion Timmer Rottun Recordings
Wicked Game[74] Ursine Vulpine Self-released
Stay[48] 2018 Delta Heavy and Dirty Audio (featuring Holly) Monstercat
Berzerk (with Ivory) Dion Timmer (featuring MagMag) Rottun Recordings
The Drop Gammer Monstercat
After Dark (with Samplifire) Seven Lions (featuring Fiora) Ophelia
Born to Survive (with Ray Volpe)[75] 2019 Zomboy (featuring Rx Soul) Never Say Die
Cruel Love[76] Kayzo (featuring Shybeast and Frank Zummo) Ultra Records / Welcome Records

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