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06 May 13
Played by: Posthuman
11 Aug 10
11 Mar 13
Played by: Paul Mac
Review: Toby Leeming aka The Third Man provides a taster of what we can expect from his album Beyond The Heliosphere, due out in May, with the Double Dawn EP on the EPM label. Leeming's production style is somewhat reminiscent of classic Dan Curtin in prioritising melodies but also has a rough and ready touch, yet Leeming is far more linear in his approach, as characterised on the title track. The grandiose swaggering way Leeming utilises his melody lines over the noisy, acid blotted bassline ensure your attentions remain elsewhere though! EPM excel themselves in procuring remixes from the superb John Heckle and Claro Intelecto, with the former's typically intensity complemented by the latter's spiky metallic rhythms.
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13 Apr 11
Review: It's a case of no holds barred as this three-tracker focuses on the tougher end of the techno spectrum. Third Man, who recently released deeper sounds for Kirk Degiorgio's label, provides the most restrained contribution with "Japanese Super Ice", but even here, intense chord sequences build over an insistent, rolling groove. The pace is ramped up a few notches on Shibee's "The Core", where grinding riffs and glitchy, splintered percussion complements the pumping rhythm. However, none of this could prepare the listener for the Andy Richmond remix of Atmosphere's "Breeze": over a pounding, relentless tribal drum pattern, screeching rave riffs provide an insane conclusion.