The Leeds techno artist will release his first album on EPM Music next month.
The first album by Lee J Malcolm is called Folded Spaces, and will come out next month on EPM Music.
Malcolm is a Leeds-based producer whose solo career is just beginning. Most of his releases to date have been with the experimental rock band Vessels, but he's been making his own electronic music on the side for years. Last month the released his first 12-inch, Onestar / Applicant, which featured a remix from Blueprint Records boss James Ruskin. Folded Spaces will be Malcolm's largest body of work to date, with 11 tracks in all, including a cover of "Oh Yeah," the single by Yello that many remember from the 1986 film Ferris Bueller's Day Off. That one will get a single release a week before the album, complete with a remix by Ben Sims.
The release party for Folded Spaces will take place at Nitsa in Barcelona during Sonar, piggybacking with the launch party for Robert Hood's Omega: Alive.
01. Massive Slab
02. One Star
03. Oh Yeah
04. Maximum Plank
06. Rhodes Home
07. Stand By Your Eyes
08. Autobus die Tek
10. Start of Something
11. The Kracken Awakes
EPM Music will release Folded Spaces on June 20th, 2011.