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Hear EPROM’s five-track EP: Pineapple

Bass built to weather the storm.

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.


Written by Richardine Bartee

Her unprejudiced love for people, the arts, and business have taken her this far. Join Richardine on her journey as she writes history into existence, one article at a time. Richardine is a member of the Recording Academy/GRAMMYs, and a GRAMMY U Mentor. She is the North American Press Agent and US Business Manager for Oxlade; Follow her on Instagram and Twitter.

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