by Kyle Taylor
We’ve been gearing up for this one for quite a The now 20-year-old producer from the UK, Eptic, returns with the massive new installment in his library. After releasing his debut, self-titled EP in 2011 (when he was only 17), the boy genius of bass went on a tear of radical glory, ripping it up in the studio and on the stage alike.
This week, Eptic returns with his newest release, “The End” EP. The EP showcases a much more versatile side of the UK producer, straying into various other styles of dance music from his typical dubstep comfort zone. Of course, bass heads can still find plenty of satisfaction in head-banger worthy tracks like “Dimension 7”, “Death” and “The End”. Meanwhile though, “Level Midnight” showcases a unique lens on house, and “She”, an Eptic approach to trap.
In celebration of the new EP on Never Say Die Records, Eptic also did put together the latest edition of the label’s mix series, “Never Say Die Volume 64”- just a little FREE thank you to accompany the EP. The mix demonstrates Eptic’s existent prowess behind the decks, on par with that of his production skills.
Eptic – “The End” EP — Buy on Beatport