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EPM Podcast #40 | Lee J Malcolm live set

EPM Music on November 29, 2012 14:50

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    Following Mark Flash’s classic Detroit techno mix coutesy of Alter Ego Management we now find ourselves on the other side of the Atlantic as EPM team up with Vessel’s man Lee J. Malcolm bringing us a brand new and exclusive live set, showcasing his new ‘Terrestrial’ project which also sees his new studio album of the same name reach the stores.

    Malcolm is a highly talented producer who remains continually active in the overall music scene. He not only writes and performs with experimental rock band, Vessels (on Cuckundoo Records) but has also been experimenting with electronic music for many years. Having released the first artist album on EPM last summer Lee J Malcolm returns with a new project in the shape of ‘Terrestrial’.

    Lee was clearly writing in two different styles on his first solo album, to the point where neither could be fully explored if they remained together. Hence he decided to explore a new project that wasn't dictated to by the dance floor in particular but was still a ‘head-nodder’. Something that people would like to listen to on headphones and be transported to another place. Thus ‘Terrestrial’ was born.

    Tracklist EPM Podcast 40 – Lee J. Malcolm presents Terrestrial

    Intro
    1. In The Pan
    2. Wonder How
    3. Duck 1
    4. Rotosen
    5. Dark DS
    6. Another Crackle
    7. Noise Basis
    8. Vintage
    9. Car Boom
    10. FLT UP
    11. The Lines Are Yellow
    12. Close Enough

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    Released by: EPM Music
    Release/catalogue number: #40
    Release date: Nov 29, 2012

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