Caleb Epps (a.k.a 'Leb) Follow Me on Twitter!

A Boston native, ‘Leb’s been holding it down for the Bean since y’all were in diapers (he was also in diapers at the time). Originally trained as a singer, at 19 ‘Leb put down the mic and took up a pair of turntables as a college party DJ. Soon after, ‘Leb got an MPC, a copy of Reason, and started making beats, mixing in the occasional original into his usually all-vinyl sets.

Upon the urging of some of his more artsy friends, ‘Leb started writing original electronic scores for theatre. While studying electronic composition at CalArts, he returned to the mic, joining a cipher that had formed at the end of a late night recording session.

He continued to hone his craft and formed a hip-hop group, the clik, sharing production duties with Derrick Spiva, a.k.a Scor. After 2 years in L.A, ‘Leb found himself missing the beautiful and pleasant Boston winters, so he returned home, joined the Audio team at Harmonix, the Oxytocin project, and the band The Holepunch Generation as bassist. When he’s not doing one of those three things, you can usually find ‘Leb in the back of the 73 bus.

“Cams and Lights” Oxytocin @ Middlesex - 6/8/09 from Chili on Vimeo.

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