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Music / February 19, 2021

Listen to the new Sal Dulu album ‘Xompulse’

Sal Dulu by Greg Purcell
Music / February 19, 2021

Listen to the new Sal Dulu album ‘Xompulse’

Words: Dylan Murphy

The Dublin producer has tied together elements of jazz, hip hop and electronica into a dizzy and brilliant album.

Today, Dublin’s Sal Dulu shared his album Xompulse. An experimental release that saw the production maestro record the 10 tracks between London and Ireland’s capital.

Recruiting Fly Anakin, Koncept Jack$on and Atlanta, Georgia-based artist staHHr, there’s a trans-Atlantic connection that binds the disparate sounds together into a beautifully cohesive project.

Speaking on his forthcoming album Sal said, “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.”

Listen to Xompulse below:

Elsewhere, we spoke to JPEGMAFIA about holding onto music in its purest form and being at the mercy of the music industry.