After a three year hiatus, Philly based Producer Eric Boss is back with a single featuring Trip-Hop vocalist, Harrowgrove. It was November 2014 when Mr. Boss released the bubbly but weird "I Need Some Real Sh*t" via Do Androids Dance & Complex. This time around he's striking a much deeper, darker chord. Stepping further into the world of power chords & heavy bass, Eric uses the vocals less like a lead and more like an element of ambience.
Eric Boss is an Electronic Music Producer, DJ & Engineer. He began 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 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.
Love Trip (ft. Harrowgrove) is scheduled for a Friday, September 29th released date. The single will be available on Spotify & Apple Music via Fanklink.to/Love-Trip.
Quote from the artist:
"All these days I've been moving. The road has been long. One filled with demons and creatures that would suck the life out of me if I let them. Even in the dark they aren't hard to spot. They always seem friendly. They smile like they want the best for me but in reality they creep up on me when I least expect it and attach their blood sucking tentacles to my brain and drain out every bit of energy like the Monsters in Space Jam. They hide them under their Dad Hats; their tentacles I mean. They wear their horns proudly though; the way New Yorkers wear Yankee hats or Nazis wear swastikas. You've been on my mind all this time. While I have been scathed, I plan to return home with my soul intact."
Eric Boss & Harrowgrove working on Love Trip in the studio