Berlin-based Deep House advocate Claptone returns to Shir Khan’s Exploited Records to kickstart 2013 with the release of his two-track ‘Wrong’ EP.

Leading with the instantly recognizable riff from Dr. Dre’s ‘Still D.R.E’, title track ‘Wrong’ turns the ‘99 classic into a track of growling bass and chugging grooves. On the flip, Claptone brings aboard dOP singer Jaw to pen ‘No Eyes’ – a track rife with ambience and melodic vitality.

Out now on Beatport.

0:00 – Wrong
2:24 – No Eyes (feat. Jaw)

4 Comments to “Release: Claptone – Wrong EP”

  • Can’t believe that I didn’t know claptone before today…. Cream is a piece of art

  • Delicious ! Botch tracks right in my tastezone :) . Claptone a name to follow on soundcloud for me :D

  • Haha! Genius. You can find 99% of the samples in their Cream track.

    ‘Wrong’ is still a great track though!

  • Loved the track Wrong, but seriously! The similarities between Wrong – Claptone and
    Still D.R.E. – Dr. Dre are just ridiculous! Haha, same piano chords and bassline all the way through. Just pitched slightly differently. Must compare!!!

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