"The first thing likely to hit you with The Third Man's (aka Toby Leeming) debut LP, Clarion Call is the striking cover art. The image is one of a series of anatomical drawings that German artist Karl Wesker devoted 8 years of his life producing for the Thieme Atlas of Anatomy. The limited edition mini-album, a selection of cuts for the DJ, delivers 8 tracks of pristine techno and electro and had The Third Man been the subject used for Karl's graphic illustration, the artist would surely have depicted the deeply electronic blood running through his veins. The Third Man's love of Detroit techno has been exhibited in some of his earlier work and this can again be heard on the album's title track; a mellow atmospheric number with a deep pulse bassline and swirling pianos, definitely a track for the 'morning after.' Influences: UR, Transmat, Metroplex, Basic Channel, Robert Hood, LFO Detroit, Scotland... & Hemsby. Sounds like: A trip through techno and electro, aimed at the dancefloor, but never losing the focus on melody."