SIPPY is taking a well-deserved victory lap.
After tearing it up with her early-summer Captive EP release on Zeds Dead's Deadbeats imprint, the surging bass music producer is savoring the moment with Run It Up, a new EP out now on Subtronics' Cyclops Recordings.
Captive was anchored in introspective songwriting with a moody pop flare, but this time around, the Australian dubstep don is dishing out red meat for the rail-riders.
Kicking out the breaks with the opening salvo, "Run It Up," SIPPY and Sam King simultaneously celebrate success and embrace chaos with cool and confident lyricism amid blistering bass.
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The EP continues with "WYKA," an instrumental where laser-like synths and distorted growls trade volleys with reckless abandon. As with the closing track, "Real Gud," SIPPY cuts straight to the chase, keeping the lead-up short, sweet and memorable before ambushing listeners with some of her fiercest sound design to date.
Overall, Run It Up validates the belief that SIPPY will continue to be a prominent force in pushing the next generation of dubstep to the forefront. Her EP seemingly couldn't have arrived with better timing, as she's primed to make an impact with a big outing at Lost Lands this September.
Take a listen to Run It Up below.