After they debuted a majority of the tracks across their festival runs this summer, fans have been itching to hear what these bass music mainstays have cooked up. Evolution starts off with the perfect intro track "Lockdown," as an automated voice brings fans into wild, screeching synths that embody both artists sounds perfectly.
Next up is "Oxygen," which features Trivecta and Julianne Hope. Hope's soft vocals lay down some seriously catchy lyrics, creating another singalong that fans will be dying to hear each set. The third track, "Evolution," features Sam King who collaborated with Abel on his hit "G Shit." It's arguably the wildest song on the EP, and Abel and Puleo infuse the intimidating sounds of a tyrannosaurus rex and wooly mammoth to decimate fans with a sinister dubstep drop.
Evolution comes to an end with their previously released collab with Seven Lions and Dylan Matthew, "Another Me." Matthew's passionate lyrics tie the EP together, leading into a melodic first drop that quickly transforms into a nasty second one.
Abel has solidified his place as one of the most influential names in bass music. Not only are his tunes like "Throwin' Elbows" and "Rumble" constantly rinsed in the festival circuit, but he's also curated two beloved bass music festivals: Lost Lands and Bass Canyon.
Puleo's has seen consistent support from some of the biggest names in dance music since the release of "WDGAF" with AFK and Jay Fresh. Since, he's collaborated with Seven Lions and Trivecta on "Island," Snails on "Snailephant," and Kompany on "Briddim Bomb."