An act of rebellion. Sonically woven in complexity and unpredictable in it's attention-grabbing out-of-nowhere release, DJ E-Clyps unveils his follow-up to 'Tell The World I'm Here' entitled, 'Vintage Future'. A nod to the roots of House Music interwoven with his signature hip-hop brashness, this 13 track album is a journey into the mind of a DJ/Producer who has forged a sound all his own, infused of both worlds.

The huge vocal 'Normal Sucks' brings back reminisces of House Music's hair-raising vocal roots, while the tantalizing 'Masterpiece' mixes the Afro-House sound with sizzling chords and synths. The album does not wane here as it twists and turns into cuts such the bass wobbling tune 'The Mollywhop'. 'That Brooklyn Ish 2' continues in the sonic palette of its predecessor which catapulted itself into the playlists of many of the world's top DJ's and listeners playlists the world over. The title track 'Vintage Future' ventures to the darker side, while displaying the many layers of his genius as a producer. DJ E-Clyps has not only told the world he's here: he's reminding them.
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