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V.A. - Mono No Aware
Mono No Aware
2LP | 2017 | UK | Original (Pan)
25,99 €*
Release:2017 / UK – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Mono No Aware is the first compilation to be released on PAN, collating unreleased, contemporary ambient tracks from both new and existing PAN artists. Featuring Jeff Witscher, Helm, TCF, Yves Tumor, M.E.S.H., Pan Daijing, HVAD, Kareem Lotfy, ADR, Mya Gomez, Sky H1, James K, Oli XL, Bill Kouligas, Flora Yin-Wong, Malibu, and AYYA, the compilation moves through more traditional notions of what is called ’ambient’, to incorporating wider variations that fall under the term.
M.E.S.H. - Piteous Gate
Piteous Gate
LP | 2015 | EU | Original (Pan)
22,99 €*
Release:2015 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Following his acclaimed cythians EP on PAN last year, M.E.S.H. returns to the label with his debut album, the opulent and dystopian Piteous Gate. Alongside fellow members of Berlin's Janus collective, recently behind nights at Berghain and Corsica Studios, M.E.S.H. is known for his futurist approach to club dynamics and production. On Piteous Gate, tightly gridded and sculpted sound juts up against loose-wristed improvisation, automated processes, and collage. Standard club synco- pation is twisted by sliding tempos, cut and paste time signatures, and indeterminate pacing. Its sound design and compositions are ornate, even courtly, with neo-feudal moods offset by the recurrence of hydraulic hiss and flanger.
Beneath - Vobes EP
Vobes EP
12" | 2014 | UK | Original (Pan)
11,99 €*
Release:2014 / UK – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
UK soundboy Beneath makes a shocking step forward with the ice cold bassbin futurism of his PAN debut. Since 2012 the Sheffield-based producer has carved a steadfast reputation with an ascetic production technique augmenting the dread torque and atmospheres of early DMZ dubs with the velocity of classic Grime and Bleep Techno, and the haughty rudeness of early New York House.
Host - Hardt Mot Hardt
Hardt Mot Hardt
LP | 1976 | EU | Reissue (Pan)
26,99 €*
Release:1976 / EU – Reissue
Genre:Rock / Indie
Repress! Still a bit hard-edged, Host's second album 'Hardt Mot Hardt' is much more symphonic, giving the keyboards a more prominent role as well as featuring flute and strings. It's a mixture of '70s hard prog with softer moments and a little local flavour (lyrics on both albums are sung in Norwegian). The vocalist is the same on both although he sounds much more convincing on this second album.
Konrad Sprenger - Stack Music
Konrad Sprenger
Stack Music
LP | 2017 | EU | Original (Pan)
20,99 €*
Release:2017 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
PAN lead on from the sublime Mono No Aware set with Stack Music; an enchanting demonstration of Jörg Hiller aka Konrad Sprenger’s computer-filleted electric guitar parts, rendering the bewildering results of his studies into rhythmic patterns based on the Euclidean algorithm. Fret not though if further maths boxes your brain a bit like it does mine - just imagine Jim O’Rourke processing John Fahey improvisations in real time and you’ve got a good grasp of the bittersweet, bluesy, worldly beauty consolidated inside Stack Music.In solitary pursuit of a shimmering harmonic geist that evades digital music, Konrad Sprenger’s first new album under that moniker since 2009 follows his more recent credits as Jörg Hiller on the 41’ 36” compilation for Hamburg’s Sky Walking label, and his Motor Guitars on Oren Ambarchi’s Hubris album, in a lush development of his studies of mechanical instruments such as the Pianola and Orchestrion, and the way they effectively worked like early computer systems for creating unique combinations of pitches. Applying a scientific approach to modified electric guitar parts, Sprenger effectively uses the tactility of his instrument, in conjunction with the spatialising and tuning possibilities of a computer and informed by the history of 20th century experimentation, to create a contemporary antecedent of those early musical machines’ complex harmonic voices, effectively yielding a microcosm of uniquely scaled tunings that magnify and patently recall the efficiently expressive strokes and nuanced infidelities of early American folk music as much as the keening cadences of spiritual jazz, the all-encompassing purity of sacred minimalism, and the transcendent pulses that connect krautrock to techno.Stack Music documents his research and technique in action during a number of residences and live performances in recent years, unfolding in a palindromic suite bookended by two shorter part - the spiralling meditation of Opening, recorded at Phill Niblick’s Intermedia Foundation Loft, and which transitions from almost baroque pointillism to see-sawing blues via Krauty flight; and the whirligig lushness of Largo’s passage from fairground to the cosmos - while two 18 minute parts, Finale and Rondo cover sweeping landscapes that condense vast geographies and time frames into staggered, avant-orchestral movements with an astral railroad travelling momentum.
Valerio Tricoli - Clonic Earth
Valerio Tricoli
Clonic Earth
2LP | 2016 | UK | Original (Pan)
29,99 €*
Release:2016 / UK – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
The experimental Italian composer returns to PAN with a new LP, titled 'Clonic Earth'. His ongoing output for the label has long-presented his electroacoustic sound compositions where since the mid-'00s, he has utilized analogue live sampling and real-time editing of field and studio recordings by means of manipulation of 1/4 inch tape.
Visionist - Safe
LP | 2015 | EU | Original (Pan)
20,69 €* 22,99 € -10%
Release:2015 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Having recently partnered with Bill Kouligas to relaunch his Lost Codes imprint as Codes, Visionist takes a defining step forward with the release of his PAN debut album, ‘Safe’.The South London artist born Louis Carnell broke during a period of experimentation in UK music when, with the disintegration of the dubstep scene, emerging producers began looking to juke and Chicago house for inspiration. A pair of EPs on Lit City Trax (and a collaboration with Fatima Al Qadiri) in 2013 and ‘14 introduced Visionist’s minimalist take on fractured R&B and liquid grime, establishing him as a leading voice in new-wave UK soundsystem culture.On ‘Safe’, Visionist sculpts and extends that signature into new terrain and makes his most personal statement yet. Distilling his influences down to a sparse palette of manipulated folk, pop and R&B acapellas, icy synths, and metallic drum samples, he plays off ever-present anxiety and his own battle not to let it overwhelm him. “Comfort, protection, salvation—this is what we search for,” he says. “We are taught that a life of no worries is better for us, and therefore we try to create one that is ‘Safe.’”But while safe as a musical concept implies conformity, ‘Safe’ as an artistic statement is anything but. At a moment when the UK scene, once known for innovation, has settled into rehashing old tropes, Visionist continues to propel his sound into more experimental territory. The album traces the arc of an anxiety attack, from its onset through to recovery. Following the stately discord of brief opener “You Stayed,” the grimy, ballistic assault of “Victim” sends its targets diving into mirrored corners. “I’ve Said” is a brutal, almost militant advance, its sound cutting in and out as though transmitted via shortwave radio. “Too Careful To Care” trades in skittering paranoia, with the soporific “Sleep Luxury” closing out affairs.
Lee Gamble - B23 Steelhouse / Motor System (Extension)
Lee Gamble
B23 Steelhouse / Motor System (Extension)
12" | 2015 | EU | Original (Pan)
11,19 €* 13,99 € -20%
Release:2015 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Lee Gamble knocks out two ‘floor-ruling edits and exclusives on a surprise PAN white label drop.Up top: his bucking, aerobic edit of ‘Steelhouse Chaconne’, reworked in honour of Brumland as ‘B23 Steelhouse’ with lush drops, screwed vox and slamming, modulated kicks at 130mph-thru-eccie fog momentum - at once pelting but floating.Down below: ‘Motor System’ is extracted from the ‘Koch’ album and extended for your ‘floor’s satisfaction with tricksy, on-the-fly drum machine fills and filter f**kery.Both sound much louder and dynamic than the album cuts - primed for the DJs, dancers and big soundsystems.
Helm - Olympic Mess
Olympic Mess
2LP | 2015 | UK | Original (Pan)
24,99 €*
Release:2015 / UK – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Where his previous effort, 2014’s ‘The Hollow Organ,’ dealt in dense, distressed sonics, ‘Olympic Mess’ is Younger responding to a period spent engaged with loop-based industrial music, dub techno, and balearic disco. These musical references, all of which can induce hypnotic states and feelings of euphoria, inform ten evocative aural landscapes which unfurl over the course of an hour and act almost as a counterpoint to the turmoil that spawned them.“It’s about exploring a perverse desire to pull the rug from under yourself, and the struggle to achieve a healthy equilibrium between one’s personal and artistic lives,” Younger says. “Dealing with the problematic consequences of pushing your own limits, forming and dissolving relationships, transient lifestyles, physical and mental exhaustion, excess, and other kinds of personal chaos”.Crafted using an array of heavily processed samples, found sound and electroacoustics, personal conflict manifests in “I Exist In A Fog” and “Outerzone 2015,” where visceral noise disintegrates into veiled, ambient strata. The disquieting crescendos of “The Evening In Reverse” and “Fluid Cloak” offer no such relief, while the title track and “Don’t Lick The Jacket” are mineral, multilayered abstractions twisting around a brittle pulse.Following a period of extensive touring throughout the States and Europe, which included 20 dates in support of Danish punk group Iceage, ‘Olympic Mess’ was recorded in London, New York and Berlin by Sean Ragon, Luke Younger and John Hannon.The album is mastered and cut by Rashad Becker at D&M, pressed on 140g 2xLP. It features photography by Kim Thue and artwork by Bill Kouligas.
Florian Hecker & Mark Leckey - Hecker Leckey Sound Voice Chimera
Florian Hecker & Mark Leckey
Hecker Leckey Sound Voice Chimera
LP | 2015 | UK | Original (Pan)
14,39 €* 23,99 € -40%
Release:2015 / UK – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Both artists, as the art historian Alex Kitnick notes in his accompanying text, have an interest in sound and its material effects; Hecker's acute, algorithmic computer music is noted for impacting the very molecular infrastructure of its listeners, while Leckey's work across performance, sculpture, and installation takes up transcendence and the occupation (or animation) of new bodies and modes of being. In 'Hecker Leckey Sound Voice Chimera', Hecker decomposes, modulates, and re-synthesizes the vocal track from Leckey's 2010 performance piece "GreenScreenRefrigeratorAction" (for which Leckey intoned the inner monologue of a black Samsung fridge) and his own "3 Channel Chronics" installation, where distinct sounds from three speakers telescoping down from the ceiling were combined and altered by visitors' movements.
Objekt - Flatland
CD | 2014 | UK | Original (Pan)
11,89 €* 16,99 € -30%
Release:2014 / UK – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
itten between 2012 and 2014, Flatland follows up a succession of dynamic single releases from his base in Berlin, including the recent split 12" with Dopplereffekt on Leisure System, Cactus b/w Porcupine on Hessle Audio and three 12" singles on his eponymous white label series. His recorded work so far has toyed with techno and electro conventions and has turned dancefloor tropes on their head, tickling the boundaries of what can or can't constitute an effective club record. This is an effervescent body of work, its sound design evoking vivid imagery and conveying the same unmistakeable sense of detail and movement for which Objekt has become known. On his first attempt, Objekt has constructed a mature and multilayered album with its own story to tell, from whichever angle you choose to approach it.
James Hoff - Blaster
James Hoff
LP | 2014 | EU | Original (Pan)
18,39 €* 22,99 € -20%
Release:2014 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
New York based conceptual artist James Hoff returns to PAN with ‘Blaster’, a document of his explorations of computer viruses as agents within the composition process. Specifically, Hoff used the Blaster virus to infect 808 beats and then utilized the mutated results as building blocks for seven new compositions.
M.E.S.H. - Scythians
12" | 2014 | UK | Original (Pan)
13,99 €*
Release:2014 / UK – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
A resident at the now infamous Janus party in Berlin, M.E.S.H. follows up releases with kindred labels Dyssembler and Black Ocean with his debut PAN EP, ‘Scythians’. In addition to his club experience, M.E.S.H.'s work is equally well contextualized by his community of peers – he is a frequent collaborator with contemporary artist Aleksandra Domanovic, has exchanged remixes with Arca and Fatima Al Qadiri, and is a formative figure in an ascendent community of net aware underground club artists in Berlin including Lotic, Renaissance Man and TCF.
Heatsick - Intersex
LP | 2013 | UK | Original (Pan)
16,79 €* 20,99 € -20%
Release:2013 / UK – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Intersex is the debut LP by Steven Warwick a.k.a Heatsick. The title references the work of German sexologist Magnus Hirschfeld looking at how music and sexuality can operate in flux on a constantly sliding scale. Executed on just a Casio keyboard and manipulated loops via guitar pedals, Intersex deliberately evokes "ersatz" notions of electronic dance music and early electronics in the line of Roberto Cacciapaglia's Ann Steel record , the work of Warner Jepson and the kaleidoscopic sound of Ron Hardy, pushing dance/body music through a saturated psychedelic lens.
NHK’Koyxen - Dance Classics Volume 3
Dance Classics Volume 3
LP | 2013 | DE | Original (Pan)
19,99 €*
Release:2013 / DE – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Kouhei Matsunaga’s ‘Dance Classics Vol.III’ is the continuation of his ongoing development of his more dance oriented material, as seen from his sets with Sensational and also his other minimal techno project NHK. Not feeling tied down to one genre, Matsunaga nestles in the PAN roster, and however that isn’t to say that he is dance per se as witnessed from his recent collaborations with Conrad Schnitzler. The album focuses more on bass/base electronics, music for the dancefloor and/or altered state reflection. Having composed pieces for WDR based on Henry Chopin, Kouhei is equally at ease jamming with Sensational, whilst simultaneously executing a obsessively numerical sequence of dance pieces that borders on Hanne Darboven-like compulsivity.
Rene Hell - Vanilla Call Option
Rene Hell
Vanilla Call Option
LP | 2013 | UK | Original (Pan)
12,59 €* 20,99 € -40%
Release:2013 / UK – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Recorded in Los Angeles & Portland, using various instruments & computer!
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