Bass built to weather the storm.
t’s Tuesday morning. I’m still in New York City. It is raining outside. Unfortunately, I don’t have an umbrella. I am under-the-weather, and I think it’s the flu. Now that we have that out of the way, I can present the bass-heavy five-track ‘Pineapple EP’ to all of the music snobs who admire and appeal to my writing.
EPROM, a figment of my unattainable EDM imagination, released an outstanding body of music last month. Personally, I held off on publishing anything about it because I thought I would get the interview, but it has been three weeks.
Nobody puts the baby in a corner.
Furthermore, when we choose artists we support for life, it has to do with the full presentation. When it comes to the Portland-based producer-DJ, it is strictly about his sound. EPROM doesn’t have a bag of tricks for us. He relies on raw talent to push through. I like that. No wonder he is supported by fellow musicians like Flume, Aphex Twin, Bassnectar, Machinedrum, Rezz, G Jones, and more.
EPROM just completed his tour in Missouri. Stream Pineapple, an extended play influenced by Hip-Hop rhythms likely to be enjoyed by fans of TNGHT.