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Los Angeles/London producer Urulu will release his “Play Something With Words” EP on the Manucci’s Mistress label on February 3rd. It’s 4 tracks of some truly great house music that evokes memories of warm, funky garage sounds.

“You can thank the christening of the ep title to an unnamed, aggravated female who’s request was (politely) turned down at a past gig. Thanks for that, wherever you are… You will forever live on”

What do we know about Urulu? Not much. Maybe it’s an LA artist who’s been incorporating samples from youtube digging and live recordings into organically flavored dance music. Maybe they just dropped a new EP on Get Flavor Records. Maybe.

Details about Damu’s identity other than the hooded silhouette of his Silverback Recordings album EP is a bit more available, but what’s really worth talking about is how he’s twisted the original’s breezy drums, carefree chants and kookaburra sound effects into something that sounds like it was recorded in the middle of a tropical amazon bunker that’s shaded by the shadow of a gigantic cell phone reception tower.

Grab the jilting piece of smoking cauldron house music below, and wait for the Prince Club remix and several other original Urulu tracks to drop on April 1st at yr favorite online music shops.

Urulu – Kookaburra (Damu Remix)

Mysteriously anonymous LA producer Urulu offers up an exclusive new track for us today. “The World To Me” scales up a mountain of percussion & smoke machine expulsions and brings in a big vocal sample backed by tinny drums that keeps rising in your ears until it’s almost deafening, before the whole thing collapses into itself and rolls back out into silence. It’s intelligent, emotive dance music that builds on itself really well, all qualities that you’ll probably find a lot more of on Urulu’s debut EP, dropping this February on Get Flavor Records. Backed by three excellent original tracks and a remix from recent Discobelle Records signees Prince Club, Urulu’s a producer you should perk up your ears when you hear about in the coming months.

Urulu – The World To Me (Mediafire)