EPROM hails from San Francisco, and has put his name on the map through his mind-bending live sets, and through a series of forward-thinking releases on both domestic and international labels. His style defines generic categories, but each track is suffused with a unique dancefloor action potential and a deep love of low-frequency soundsystem manipulation. He has played alongside artists like Flying Lotus, The Glitch Mob, Skream, Lazer Sword, Kode9, Mochipet, Rustie, and many others. EPROM has worked with internationally renowned MCs and has slated multiple vinyl releases in the coming year. DJ supporters include Starkey, Rusko, Jakes, The Glitch Mob, Rustie, Megasoid, Zombie Disco Squad, Riton, Basement Jaxx, and BBC Radio One’s Mary Anne Hobbs.
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