Dublin producer Sal Dulu is not new to us and has been featured here more than a couple of times. The producer is back with something new titled “Zumo” which sees him working with the lyricist Fly Anakin.

The beat here is really off-kilter and is made up of moody, somewhat distorted textures layered over crunchy drums. Fly Anakin sue holds it down with his unique high pitch vocal tone and delivers fiery verses to match the urgency of the backdrop laid before him.

“Zumo” is taken from Sal Dulu’s forthcoming debut album, Xompulse. Speaking about the album, Sal Dulu says: “The album comprises fragments of aural and visual memories and assimilates these in a series of memory-based songs or dreams.  The album can essentially be described as moving through a dreamscape.”

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