As we were blessed with all of these additional projects, the ultimate question continued to be raised if they would ever follow up their debut. A year ago, it seemed like the answer would be "no" when Joe Harvey decided to move with his family to Korea. It would appear that the nail was in the coffin for any future Proforms releases... but, it wasn't. Before I knew it, Joe Harvey hit me up and said he was excited that they already had an EP finished.
A short period of time passed and Joe let me hear the rough version of the project and it was EXACTLY the follow up that compliments "Atavism." Seven cuts deep Joe, Skittz, Ace and Spoolz drop a better EP than most artists do in an ENTIRE album.
The EP starts off with what was also their 1st single, "Here Come the...", which is like a war chant declaring they are BACK on the scene. In it's short track listing, every track leads to the next one and compliments the one that plays before and after it. And before you know it, the exit interlude is playing and you're left exactly where you were after "Atavism" finished playing for the 1st time. (wanting more)
The Proforms easily have done it again. "The Elroy Preston EP" is here.
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DJ Spoolz (@djspoolz)
Mastered By: John W. Ripley for Ripley Recording
Artwork By: Ben Long (www.fabcrew.com)