Sullivan King’s ‘Come One, Come All’ EP is a call to arms for genre crossovers
Sullivan King‘s here, and he wants listeners to reconsider everything they’d ever contextualized as sane or even fathomable in musical crossovers.
After the successful rollout of the one-off production “Vantablack” with the French producers Dirtyphonics last year, only to be followed by a full-fledged EP, the metal-based, EDM-centric musician has buckled down in the studio once more.
His latest EP, Come One, Come All, is packing punches and taking names in the Los Angeles producer’s fervorous fashion. A meeting of heavy metal and burgeoning bass, Come One, Come All opens up that fucking pit to a newly genre-bending stateliness. Without hesitation, King moves through dubstep, Metallica-tinged productions, and alternative tendencies that serve if only to solidify his reign as one of the most innovative acts in the bass realm as of late, but perhaps equally, as a call to arms for further crossovers in the scene, too.