Now a fully-fledged music label with over 30 releases to its name, EPM counts albums from Paul Mac, Carl Taylor, Kristian Heikkila, Lee J. Malcolm, Luis Martinez and The Third Man to its ever-expanding roster. ‘EPM Selected Vol 2’ is the second label snapshot, focussing on the techno side of the label’s output so far (with a couple of rare exclusives* thrown in for good measure).
Features 2 tracks taken from The Third Man’s debut album Beyond the Heliosphere with Legowelt remixing Pipes of Helios Canyon, with the addition of the growling Techno tune The Tracker.
EPM Music welcomes The Third Man to its label roster in 2013 with his ‘Beyond The Heliosphere’ album due for release in the Spring. As a precursor to the album are two EPs, the first of which is ‘Double Dawn’ featuring remixes from John Heckle and Claro Intelecto.
New release by The Third Man on Tabernacle Records. Often recognized for his harder-edged techno output, here the Third Man blends some of his warmer and more soulful tracks with some of his darkest.
Toby Leeming aka The Third Man returns with his 3rd EP for ART, maintaining the high quality of previous releases “Future Tense” and “More Than One” both aim for the dancefloor.
“Promenade Eleven” is a reverse-engineered remake of “Night On The Promenade” which originally appeared in limited quantities on the New Religion label in 2006 under the name “Super-A-Loof”. Promenade Eleven (Original Mix) adhere’s faithfully to the original arrangement but has been re-recorded and totally remixed from the ground-up for a modern club sound. Further to this release are two vastly different remixes – from label owner Kirk Degiorgio and The Third Man.
New release on Kirk Degiorgio’s label, from The Third Man. The EP includes an original track and a remix from Vince Watson.
Glasgow club night, Slabs Of The Tabernacle, invites four former guests, John Heckle, Arne Weinberg, The Third Man, and PassEnger for a diverse and heavy debut.
Although The Third Man (Toby Leeming) is a born and bred Londoner, his musical roots lie in Scotland where he lived for 4 years whilst studying at University. During this time he met dj’s, producers and promoters and not happy just watching others play their trade he started to teach himself how to dj. On borrowing a friends laptop with a copy of Reason on he began to explore the capabilities of music programming and digital sounds.
Surrounded by regular techno nights featuring the likes of Stephen Brown, Neil Landstrumm, DJ Rolando and many more his taste was very much slanted towards all things techno and particularly the classic Detroit sounds. However after many all night trips to the Arches, it became apparent that north of the border people liked their music that little bit harder and this was something Toby couldn’t resist embracing taking to the more industrial sounds of Surgeon, Monolake and minimalist legends such as Robert Hood and Jeff Mills.
TTM01 – Some Star Based Shite
1. Luna 24
3. Messier 101
TTM02 – Come Get It
1. Come Get It
2. Organ Acid
3. The Cybernauts
TTM03 – Electro
1. Tron Disco (Live)
2. 808s & 303s