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Nothing but years and large amounts of music make you critical and particular to what you like.

Having witnessed dance music revolutionized from UK Garage and 2 Step to its current trends Ellroy Clerk developed quite a unique musical identity. However dance music wasn't the only genre that influenced him. For a few years Ellroy Clerk got infatuated with Hip-hop and R&B which turned out to be extremely beneficial to his perception of music. Being able to play for different crowds helped him better understand how to work the room. Yet the final decision making mechanism came from his background in dancing.

A year after residencies at a few night clubs he tried his hand at production. A vast research was made including gear, studio set up and DAWs basics. Ellroy Clerk would spend every single spare minute in front of a keyboard practicing.

Currently Ellroy Clerk devotes all his time to music creation and mastering his skills. He is getting support from bigger names in the industry.

Regardless of style he makes there is always something distinct in his music.

For all the info ellroyclerk@gmail.com

Ellroy Clerk   Ellroy Clerk, New York, United States


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