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Cat: PAN 74LP. Rel: 06 Dec 16
Industrial/Noise
  1. Theme V (3:52)
  2. Theme VI (4:10)
  3. Theme VII (4:13)
  4. Theme VIII (4:10)
  5. Dance V (4:41)
  6. Dance VI (4:07)
  7. Dance VII (4:04)
  8. Dance VIII (4:12)
Review: We've been waiting for the second instalment of Rashad Becker's Traditional Music Of Notional Species with a definite level of anxiety. In our eyes, the first chapter has been one of PAN's defining moments in musical terms, but it's also been so revealing to hear what's going on in Becker's mind outside of his mastering work at D&M. There is no way to describe this eccentric and abstract sound palette; Becker's style is both archaic and unfathomably future-looking, compressing and distorting strange and wonderful modular sounds into twisted, almost voice-like textures. It's music to be enjoyed with an open mind and, to us, it truly shows how daring this label can really be. HIGHLY RECOMMENDED.
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B23 Steelhouse (hand-stamped 12")
Cat: PAN 65. Rel: 28 Sep 15
Techno
  1. B23 Steelhouse (7:57)
  2. Motor System (extension) (8:04)
Review: Lee Gamble's name has become synonymous with the kind of oddball house that's coming out these days, except that while many try to imitate and end up sounding sterile, Gamble truly is an outside thinker. After a series of influential LP's for the PAN imprint, the Englishman returns to Bill Kouligas' label with this present EP, a two-track missile of freaky techno-filtered house music. "B23 Steelhouse" is a driving little beast, a tune held together by intricate percussion bundles and a deep, bellowing bassline. Over on the flipside, "Motor System (Extension)" goes for a more techno approach, where a fuzzy swirl of machine noise blends with punchy claps and fluttering beats. Strong, as always.
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Cat: PAN 27. Rel: 02 Jul 12
Industrial/Noise
  1. Miniatures
  2. Liskojen Yo
  3. Arcane Matters
  4. Stained Glass Electric
  5. Above All & Beyond
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Olympic Mess (2xLP)
Cat: PAN 63LP. Rel: 15 Jun 15
Ambient/Drone
  1. Don't Lick The Jacket
  2. I Exist In A Fog
  3. Fluid Cloak
  4. Outerzone 2015
  5. Often Destroyed
  6. Olympic Mess
  7. Sky Wax (London)
  8. Strawberry Chapstick (4:19)
  9. The Evening In Reverse (6:09)
  10. Sky Wax (NYC) (2:39)
Review: With a particularly expressive, adventurous approach to sound design and abstract composition, Luke Younger's Helm project has matured gracefully over the past seven years. He reaches his sixth album, and second for PAN, in fine fettle, matching eerie patience with studio flamboyance in a balance that few manage to successfully achieve. Olympic Mess moves from cloying hypnotism on the aptly titled "I Exist In A Fog" to unsettlingly spacious tension on "Often Destroyed", but rarely do the tracks idle for too long in one place. It's a pitfall of so much noise and drone music that Younger has side-stepped with ease on his latest effort.
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Cat: PAN 61. Rel: 27 Apr 15
Experimental/Electronic
  1. Jeremy Hyman/Matthew Papich/Max D/Motion Graphix - "3D" (4:23)
  2. Jordan GCZ/Matthew Papich/Max D - "Intoo" (5:43)
  3. Jordan DCZ & Motion Graphix - "Lift" (3:14)
  4. Matthew Papich/Max D/Motion Graphix - "Total Care Zero" (5:45)
  5. Jeremy Hyman/Matthew Papich/Max D/Motion Graphix - "Bell Slide" (7:47)
  6. Gigi Masin/Matthew Papich/Max D - "Silver" (3:21)
  7. Dawit Eklund/Gigi Masin/Jeremy Hyman/ Max D - "Mint" (4:43)
  8. Jeremy Hyman/Max D/Motion Graphix - "Medicated Yoga" (5:22)
Review: PAN deliver a quite wonderful album in Lifted, a rather special collaborative project initiated by Andrew Field-Pickering of Future Times. Working with Matthew Papich, aka Co LA, the man known as Max D called on some highly talented friends to contribute to this debut Lifted album with Jeremy Hyman, Motion Graphix, Gigi Masin, Dawit Eklund and Jordan GCZ all featuring. Unlike much of their personal outputs, Lifted only use house and techno as a tool on which to base their diverse and abstract range of sounds, a primary base or starting point if you will. Tracks like "Intoo", "Bell Slide" and "Mint" are loosely held together by a pulse which resembles a beat, while much of the rest of the LP is coated in a deeply rich and deeply melodic air, verging onto almost jazzy territories in parts. It's certainly an interesting new project and a perfect addition to the PAN dynasty.
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Cat: PAN 25. Rel: 12 Sep 13
Experimental/Electronic
  1. Part 1
  2. Part 2
  3. Part 3
  4. Part 4
  5. Part 5
  6. Part 6
  7. Part 7
  8. Part 8
Review: Marginal Consort are a Japanese improvisation group of sound and visual artists that formed in the late '90s, with a lineage that's traceable to the mid-70s. The group's members have made a point of meeting each year to perform one live show, which they have done annually since 1997. Recorded during the 2008 edition of Arika's INSTAL festival in Glasgow, all of the music featured on INSTAL. Glasgow 2008 comes from the one live performance, and represents undoubtedly the most ambitious release from Bill Kouligas' label so far. The performance supposedly incorporates, "bamboo, electronics and the contents of a local ironmonger's bin," with a performance that does not produce harmony, individual concepts and group fluidity, but coexisting time frames and intersecting rhythms. INSTAL. Glasgow 2008 comes with liner notes by Arika's Barry Esson, extended photo documentation by Bryony McIntyre, artwork by Bill Kouligas and of course has been mastered and cut by Rashad Becker at D&M.
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Played by: Call Super
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Hesaitix (LP + insert)
Cat: PAN 82. Rel: 06 Dec 17
Experimental/Electronic
  1. Nemorum Incola (5:24)
  2. Mimic (6:21)
  3. Blurred Cicada I (2:23)
  4. 2 Loop Trip (5:07)
  5. Search. Reveal. (6:23)
  6. Privileged Lord (2:16)
  7. Coercer (6:00)
  8. Blurred Cicada II (2:14)
  9. Signal Ride Drum (3:18)
  10. Diana Triplex (3:43)
  11. Ihnaemiauimx (2:24)
Review: Berlin based American DJ James Whipple aka MESH is well known as a member of the city's notorious JANUS crew alongside Lotic and Kablam in addition to his well received releases for the likes of Dyssembler and PAN: which he's fast become a staple of. His contorted take on club music has been heard on 2015's impressive Scythians LP, in addition to his most recent Damaged Merc EP with its derivatives of hardstyle, Jersey club and grime. This follow up takes you further down the spiral, awash in bass heavy futurism ("2 Loop Trip"/"Coercer"), complex webs of field recordings ("Signal Ride Drum"/"Blurred Cicada II") and deep rendered sampling like on "Nemorum Incola" or "Blurred Cicada". Recorded in Berlin and Umbria, Hesaitix LP sees Whipple 'firmly engaged in a kind of sonic worldbuilding, a place where the unconscious and the alien intersect.' A compelling listen.
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Cat: PAN 78. Rel: 05 Jun 17
Experimental/Electronic
  1. Opening (6:59)
  2. Finale (18:33)
  3. Rondo (17:55)
  4. Largo (6:29)
Review: You might recognise Konrad Sprenger from his Jorg Hiller moniker but, if that still doesn't ring any bells, then we can can tell you that this fine electronic artist doesn't release all too often, so this is a special appearance indeed. Stack Music comes through the excellent PAN imprint from Berlin and, as you can see, Bill Kouligas knows exactly the right thing to do when recruiting new faces onto his catalogue. "Opening" is a fantastic, folky sort of ballad in which guitar strings dissolve and bond magnificently to an ocean of sparkly electronics, while "Finale" opts for a much more brooding, introspective sort of approach where bells and drones combine to form a new sort of sound. On the flip, "Rondo" experiments with piano keys, except that they've become almost unrecognisable here, and "Largo" flutters pleasantly across an upbeat sort of landscape. This is PAN's Spring-Summer look. Recommended.
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Played by: Elenacolombi
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Mono No Aware (white vinyl 2xLP + MP3 download code) (1 per customer)
Cat: PAN 77LP. Rel: 19 Apr 17
Ambient/Drone
  1. Kareem Lotfy - "Fr3sh" (3:55)
  2. Malibu - "Held" (6:22)
  3. Yves Tumor - "Limerence" (5:28)
  4. Helm - "Eliminator" (3:30)
  5. ADR - "Open Invitation" (4:50)
  6. AYYA - "Second Mistake" (7:11)
  7. Flora Yin-Wong - "Lugere" (2:48)
  8. Mya Gomez - "Justforu" (5:31)
  9. Bill Kouligas - "Vxomeg" (3:38)
  10. Jeff Witscher - "Ok, American Medium" (6:46)
  11. TCF - "C6 81 56 28 09 34 31 D2 F9 9C D6 BD 92 ED FC 6F 6C A9 D4 88 95 8C 53 B4 55 DF 38 C4 AB E7 72 13" (3:13)
  12. James K - "Stretch Deep" (feat Eve Essex) (4:23)
  13. Sky H1 - "Huit" (3:50)
  14. MESH - "Exasthrus (Pane)" (3:40)
  15. Oli XL - "Heretic" (3:57)
  16. DJ Hvad & Pan Daijing - "Zhao Hua" (6:42)
Review: The PAN imprint specialises in albums from artists who usually require two sides of an LP to get their point across. That's simply the nature of their artform. We're not talking about trashy house cuts or bruising techno rhythms; these are producers who go very deep into sound design, and hence need time and patience. However, it's important to note that a label like PAN should not limit itself to strict formulas, and so this new compilation feels like a natural move for a label that's been going so strong for about five years. Mono No Aware features all of the imprint's best and brightest, brought together over sixteen diverse sonic experiments of all sorts and sizes. Yves Tumor gracefully steps up with placid waves of ambient, Helm cuts and dices through tenebrous caverns of noise, and even Bill Kouligas himself features with a chilling selection of noise shreds. But, be sure to check it all because this is some heavy-duty gear, and it most certainly won't hang around for long. One per customer, please.
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Played by: Flori, TML
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Safe (CD)
Cat: PAN 67CD. Rel: 14 Oct 15
Experimental/Electronic
  1. You Stayed
  2. Victim
  3. 1 Guarda
  4. I've Said
  5. Vffected
  6. Sin-cere
  7. Safe
  8. Let Me In
  9. Too Careful To Care
  10. Tired Tears, Awake Fears
  11. Constraint
  12. Sleep Luxury
Review: Berlin's excellent PAN imprint returns with yet another stunning LP of daring electronics and harmonic, hard ambience from Visionist. The London-based grime futurist has made a name for himself since his debut back in 2011, and he's released on everything from Ramp to Lit City Trax in the process. His debut LP is a wonderful amalgamation of electronic r&b and UK bass, where dance tracks retain a soulful edge and more soulful tune contain a dance sensibility. It's a surprising addition to PAN at first, but given Bill Kouligas' passion for UK music, it's not a shocker. In fact, it fits in ever so well. Big!
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Knerpen! (Bevel) (LP + MP3 download code)
Cat: PAN 62. Rel: 28 Sep 15
Experimental/Electronic
  1. Track 1 (14:08)
  2. Track 2 (14:11)
 in stock $19.87
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