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Skulder & Mully drop ‘Devotee / Data Cell’ on Identity Records

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Hard-hitting from start to finish, Skulder & Mully brings his deadly presence to Identity Records with ‘Devotee / Data Cell’. Unmatched energy and atmospheres thicker than a bog swamp define this release, as it ramps up every layer with razor-sharp precision: explosive sound design, bubbling subs seeping into every orifice, threatening shuffle patterns, and unexpected blendings all make their presence known. Carving out a niche in the deep and dark world of Drum & Bass that can’t be ignored, it’s no wonder this is a duo storming any sound wave they find.

Skulder & Mully is a Berlin-based producer and DJ, who has made a name for himself in the Drum & Bass scene. He has always had a passion for music and was drawn to the eclectic and deep styles of D&B from an early age.

His love for D&B led him to become a DJ, and he spent many years honing his craft, perfecting his mixing skills and building a reputation as one of the rising DJs in Berlin. It wasn’t until 2019 that Skulder & Mully decided to take his passion for music to the next level and began producing
his own tracks.

With a focus on dark, minimal, and modern styles of DNB, Skulder & Mully quickly made a name for himself in the industry, gaining recognition from established labels such as Kill Tomorrow, DeeperDNB, Ascension Audio, and The Juicebox. He also co-founded Stoic Music and serves as one of the label heads, working with up-and-coming producers to promote their music and help them reach a wider audience.

Aside from his production work, Skulder & Mully is also a part of the Reflective Sounds crew, who throw D&B parties in Berlin. His DJ sets and live performances are for the forward-thinking, thrilling crowds with his dark, rolling, and eclectic style.

‘Devotee’ is a searing mutant heater; employing a heady mix of crackling drums, grimy vocals, and hard-edged subs to deliver a jackhammer punch, the relentless vocal delivery keeps the tension levels at maximum. Meanwhile, the ruthless repetition of the minimal rhythm section rolls forward with unrelenting force – all of this pools together into a raw murky energy that is furiously intense. 

Surging with deep power, ‘Data Cell’ wastes no time in getting down to business. The crunch of the drums and thundering kick lays down a seriously heavy vibe; delving into the overwhelming pressure of the sub, it reinforces the low end a thousandfold and stands as a testament to the gritty minimal aesthetic. Topping it off with pummeling stabs of noise, this is a no holds barred tune of the highest calibre.

Today we premiere ‘Devotee’ which you can check out below. The 2 track single drops this Friday 28th April. Make sure you grab a copy from here!

Devotee / Data Cell cover
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