When Slushii released DREAM towards the end of 2018, he showcased a softer side of his infectious signature sound. Now, he's revealed that there's more where that came from. The Los Angeles DJ/producer announced the release of DREAM II, which will likely see him explore the same tranquil sounds even further.
Slushii (real name Julian Scanlan) teased DREAM II via Twitter. No tracklist or release date is presently available for the album - and if last year's body of work serves as an indicator, little to none of the music comprising it will trickle out ahead of time.
At the beginning of 2019, Scanlan hinted at the prospect of more music similar to what he delivered for DREAM. After sharing a visualizer clip for such a track, he revealed that he was sitting on five additional singles that didn't make the cut for the album.
Slushii is currently on the European leg of a tour whose next stop will take him to Airbeat One Festival in Neustadt-Glewe, Germany on July 11th.
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