We Went To A Stooki Sound Show And Now I’m A Changed Man

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We Went To A Stooki Sound Show And Now I’m A Changed Man

For those unfamiliar with Stooki Sound, the London based producers are two household names in the trap and bass scene. Made up by Jelacee & DJ Lukey, the pair have accumulated a cult following over the years by intertwining the grooves of hip-hop and rap and distilling them through grime and bass music.

Kicking off at 9pm, punters were invited in warmly by the janky beats of Sydney legend Sippy. Starting with hip-hop and light trap, the young producer began to test the waters – introducing heavier songs as her set progressed.

At 10:30, Shantan Wantan Ichiban took over from Sippy. Soulection-esque beats tore through Max Watt’s, gaining “oohs” and “ahhs” throughout the set. Closing his set with hype rap tunes, Shantan had succesfully kicked the crowd into the next gear.

Armed with a huge grin, funny man Enschway stepped up to the booth. Opting to start tame, Enschway opened with a number of future-bass tunes including reworks of popular pop songs. This didn’t last last for much longer, with the younger producer moving onto trap rompers from Luude and Graves among others. Over the course of the next hour, he didn’t stutter – keeping the energy going with banger after banger.

Met by loud cheers, the men of the hour stepped up behind Enschway, ready to go. From the get go, Stooki Sound brought through heavy trap tunes and their fan-favourite originals. Dropping ‘Uppers’ by Mr Carmack & Stooki Sound was a turning point, sending the crowd into a frenzy. At numerous points during their performance, Jelacee would rap and MC live over stripped back instrumentals, bringing a great level of diversity to the set.

Just as we thought the night was coming to a close, Party Thieves and Enschway came back on stage for a final back-to-back-to-back, in which all the DJ’s joined the crowd for one last moshpit to a perfect fitting, RL Grime – Core.

After witnessing Stooki Sound, I’m extremely excited to see where the duo are heading in the future, and am hoping they’ll return for another tour in the near future.


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