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03 Mar 09
Played by: Sharps
02 Jul 12
Review: Picking up props from all and sundry in the beat scene, Eprom makes good on the promise of his many singles and drops a full-length workout for Rwina. There's a manic energy that positively leaps off his tracks, as the hype of juke drum programming meets the flat-footed funk of hip hop, while the rest of the sonic matter comes zapping in from a realm inhabited by dead Game Boys (check "Prototype") and decaying DAWs. The production is realised with devastating clarity, and even when a little space opens up (as on the excellent stalk of "Can Control") Eprom's imagination still fizzes and crackles around these tracks.
21 May 12
Played by: Warlock, Chrissy Murderbot, Wildlife!, Hxdb, DJ Cure (Aufect Recordings), Bunny On Acid, The Golden Toyz, Allmostt
Review: Dutch label Rwina drops West Coast bass merchant Eprom's latest killer slice of minimal freakery - the simply stunning "Regis Chillbin". Based around a very lean eat indeed, Eprom fleshes out the tune with some stunning and heady arpeggio stabs, creating a Oizo/Brainfeeder-esque randomscape that's just absorbing as it is gonzoid. The peerless Machinedrum drops yet another essential remix - working respectfully with the original but adding even more samples into a descending pattern of pitch-adjusted wonkery. Quite stunning and very highly recommended.