- EPs from Dan Curtin and House of Black Lanterns, a new compilation and anniversary shows are in the works.
EPM Music is marking a decade and a half in business this year.
A sprawling electronic music concern, EPM's operations include a digital distributor, PR agency and in-house label. On the label front, its 2016 plans include a new digital compilation, EPM Selected Vol. 4, set for April release and focused on its output over the past few years. The eleven-track set features material from Robert Hood, Dan Curtin, Paul Mac and Carl Taylor, among others. Curtin's track, "To Modify," actually comes from his upcoming record for EPM, Galaxies Merging, which drops later this month.
House of Black Lanterns will be next up on the label with Drown, an EP with South London Ordnance and Makaton remixes that's due out in late April. Releases from Esteban Adame, Victor Santana and Tresillo are forthcoming, as well.
The first two EPM 15 events have also been confirmed, for Berlin's Suicide Circus on April 29th and fabric in London the next night—Hood headlines and House Of Black Lanterns will also play both dates.
At home in Maastricht, EPM has more collaborations with the local events organization Claydrum lined up at Muziekgieterij. Dave Clarke and Ben Sims (playing a house set as Ron Barcardi) are confirmed for Saturday, February 27th. Next month's show features Rebekah and Pfirter, and Kings Night in April has Karenn, Pangaea and Nicole Moudaber on the lineup.
Check out samples of Curtin's EP below.Tracklist
EPM Selected Vol. 4
01. Ben Long - Toltec
02. D-Knox - Out There
03. Francesco Terranova - Magnetica
04. Robert Hood - Shaker
05. Esteban Adame - Out To Get It
06. Greg Gow & Gareth Whitehead - Circuit Breaker
07. Carl Taylor - Violet
08. Paul Mac - Go Back To Go Forward
09. Dan Curtin - To Modify
10. Lee J. Malcolm - Trashcan Riotface Queen
11. Kristian Heikkila - 01 (feat Christian Lundqvist)
Dan Curtin - Galaxies Merging EP
A Galaxies Merging
B1 Mind Sweep
B2 To Modify
EPM Music will release Galaxies Merging on February 26th, and EPM Selected Vol. 4 on April 15th, 2016.