Claude VonStroke & Eprom Team Up And Drop Seriously Heavy Techno Track “Grenade”

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When we first saw that Dirtybird label boss Claude VonStroke and the wicked bass sorcerer Eprom were collaborating together, we could hardly believe it. The two have collaborated on a track before, but that was part of Claude’s experimental bass project, Barclay Crenshaw. Seeing the name Claude VonStroke appear next to Eprom’s name was shocking. What kind of music was going to come from combining one of the best names in tech-house with one the best names in bass music? Well, we finally found out today, and the result, “Grenade”, is an absolute monster of a track. 

We first came across “Grenade” when watching Claude VonStroke’s set from Dirtybird Campout West last year. Although the track was one of the clear high points of the set, we had no clue who could have produced such an outrageous heater. When it was revealed that this was indeed a collab between Claude VonStroke and Eprom on Claude’s radio show, The Birdhouse, it all started to make sense. Claude has shown the highest of praise to Eprom in the past, calling him “one of the greatest” and inviting him to each and every Dirtybird Campout to perform.

“Grenade” is a clear step outside each of the producer’s comfort zones. It’s not technically house, nor is it bass music. It’s an insanely heavy techno track that is sure to melt faces when dropped on any dance floor. Enjoy!

Claude VonStoke & Eprom - Grenade

EPROM Delivers Massive Bass Mix For Dirtybird Campout East Coast

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There are only a couple days before Dirtybird Campout East Coast officially beings their festivities, yet they’re still firing off mixes to make sure hype reaches maximum levels. EPROM is here to deliver the latest mix, and it’s 45 minutes of distorted, bass-fueled chaos. There’s no official tracklist on this, but we can definitely hear some huge unreleased tunes throughout. If you’re a fan of anything EPROM does, you’ll definitely need to check this mix out.

Even though Dirtybird Campout is technically a house music festival, they like to keep it fresh by offering some of the weirdest, heaviest bass music out there. We already know that Claude VonStroke gives heavy praise to EPROM, having referred to him as “the next Aphex Twin” in a past interview. Given such acclaim, It’s no surprise that the Dirtybird Records boss has invited EPROM to every single Campout (this would be the fourth consecutive). Joining EPROM on the bass music portion of the lineup will be artists like Stooki Sound, Craze, Ivy Lab, and more.

EPROM - Dirtybird Campout East 

[PREMIERE] EPROM Shares Heavy New Single “Oksana” Off Forthcoming EP

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EPROM is showing 2017 no mercy. He’s already released two monster EPs, Pineapple and also Acid Disk with his new partner in crime, G Jones. In fact, the two are still on their massive b2b tour which goes all the way until late February of next year. Today, EPROM drops his first single from his third EP of the year, Drone Warfare

The track is titled “Oksana,” and it’s dripping wet with that heavy, distorted bass that we adore EPROM for. A wailing vocal cut loops in the background behind a concise drum beat, and the bassline does the rest. Anything with EPROM’s name on it will grab our attention, but this single goes especially hard. As with all of his releases, it is highly recommended blasting this on some speakers that can handle some serious low-end. 

“Oksana” may be less than two and a half minutes, but for that time, you’re lost in EPROM’s world of nebulous bass. Take a listen to his track right here, and be on the look out for the official release of Drone Warfare, due out on November 28th via 1985 Records. Enjoy!

EPROM - Oksana

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