FOOLiE Heads to House Of Hustle for Latest EP

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FOOLiE is clearly intent on igniting dancefloors near and far with the release of his latest EP, Low Blip, that’s landed on House Of Hustle.


Since first emerging on the scene, FOOLiE has looked to cause a stir with some stunning house grooves that you can’t help but move your body to. This year has seen this NorCal-based artist continue his rise through the ranks of the scene as he dropped heaters like “My Body” on Box Of Cats and “Bass Drum” with 96 Vibe and Wez on Basement Leak, along with the 15-track album Conversations on Trippy Ass Technologies as well.

But as the end of the year continues to appear closer on the horizon with each passing day, FOOLiE has another fresh release to keep you grooving away during the long winter nights – the Low Blip EP. This EP sees him return to House Of Hustle for the first time in over a year and both tracks found within it are absolute bangers that hit hard and are sure to warm you to the depths of your core as you groove out to their infectious beats.

The EP’s title track, “Low Blip,” leads the charge with relentless drums that call you to the dancefloor to shake your tailfeather as the distant vocal beckons you even further. Then, “Missed Calls” enters the fray with its own unique elements and a hypnotic vocal that echoes the feelings of receiving a call while this track booms through speakers – you’ll really want to just vibe out to this one and call that person back later.

Listen to the Low Blip EP on Spotify or your preferred platform and let us know which of these tunes you’ve been digging from FOOLiE in the comments!

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