Bombs And Bottles (Real name Harrison Zafrin, born January 23, 1990) is an American recording artist and record producer from Brooklyn, New York, although he has spent the majority of his life growing up in the New York City suburb of New Rochelle. Harrison formed Bombs and Bottles in 2009 while enrolled in college at Binghamton University.
Bombs And Bottles does all of his own Production and Vocals. The first EP, GammaMax, was released on April 23, 2009 Bombs and Bottles released his debut full-length record Pop and Roll in the Fall of 2010.
In 2012, Bombs and Bottles released a five track EP called "Tonight". In an interview, MTV said that "Zafrin has put together a cohesive set of songs that paint a picture of a night on the town; from getting ready ("PreGame") all the way to the end of the night ("When The Lights Go Out"). Utilizing a myriad of electronic sounds, Bombs and Bottles has created the soundtrack to your Saturday night." The record "Tonight" led to placements in television shows such as The Pauly D Show, The Real L Word and Teen Wolf.
Bombs and Bottles released another EP called "The Heist". It was used as the soundtrack to New York City Fashion Week designer Marlon Gobels Fall/Winter Runway show of the same name.