About The Artist
Eric Boss is a South Philly based Electronic Music Producer & DJ. He started studying music and learning to DJ at the age of 9. He attended The Institute of Audio Research in NYC. For the last 3 years Eric has worked along side Grammy Winning engineer, Jon Smeltz in "The Roots studio". Semltz is also known for his work with the likes of Prince, Usher, Kanye West, Lauryn Hill & more. During his time in the studio Eric has built a working relationship with former Roots Producer, Dameadelphia. Eric's had his music featured on The Fader, Complex, Okayplayer & more. He's played shared the stage with artists like D.R.A.M., Too Many Zooz, Swizzymack, G-Buck, DJ Tim Dolla, Chill Moody & others. He has both hosted & performed at iconic Philly venues like The Foundry, Legendary Dobbs, The Fire, Raven Lounge, Milkboy & events like Mad Decent Monday. Eric is the DJ for Philly based emcee AIME. Alongside Max Swan, Eric is a founding member of AIME's band, the Nxn Believers. In addition, he has earned himself the resident DJ position for the art series, Tiny Room For Elephants.
So far this year Eric Boss has released two projects, The Book of David (Remix EP) and Dabs & Bacon. One being a remix interpretation of AIME's Book of David and the other being a collaborative instrumental project with Joey Stix, drummer of the Ill Fated Natives. On October 3rd Eric will be releasing his debut single featuring Philly vocalist, Harrowgrove. On this single Eric dives into the world of Trip-Hop with heavy chords and lots of bass.
by Eric Boss
"Producers Eric Boss and Joey Stix (of Ill Fated Natives) combine their talents as Dabs & Bacon their debut instrumental tape of the same name. Dabbling in everything from chillwave to club, trap and disco funk, the pair drop a bubbly collection of joints that move from the party to the after-party with ease."
- Karas Lamb (Okayplayer)
Keeping in the spirit of the original songs, Eric Boss interprets Aime & Dameadelphia's Book of David (EP). The Remix EP takes you from epic to chill to bass in the matter of three songs. All with an underlying wave of Club Music that surfaces from time to time.
"More Life" Mash-up Video / Summer 2017