PAN Records. (Record label)
PAN is a Berlin-based record label for sound art and experimental electronic music, founded in 2008 by Bill Kouligas.
PAN Records. in Reviews
Music Review | posted 17.07.2015
M.E.S.H.
Piteous Gate
M.E.S.H. – a notorious archive salesman in meta-modus? That’s just half the truth. His debut »Piteous Gate« combines various elements and is one step ahead of Google’s Deep Dream.
Music Review | posted 15.06.2015
HELM
Olympic Mess
Overcoming stress through music: On »Olympic Mess«, Luke Younger aka HELM is trying to handle his very own chaos. And he seems to have succeeded.
Music Review | posted 20.11.2014
Objekt
Flatland
Clubmusic has hardly ever been as deliberate as Objekt makes it. And yet, in the whole of its ten tracks, »Flatland« is as complex as it is danceable.
Music Review | posted 12.09.2014
Lee Gamble
KOCH
It’s more than a worthy successor – on his latest record, »KOCH«, Lee Gamble has combined the various strengths from his 2012 break-through albums. It’s every ketamine-party’s highlight.
Music Review | posted 04.02.2014
HELM
The Hollow Organ EP
As HELM, Luke Younger knows how to make the textures of his tracks to be thrilling – the balance between the crass sounds on »The Hollow Organ« is just right.
Music Review | posted 17.12.2013
Jar Moff
Financial Glam
It’s Jar Moff’s second release for PAN, which after last years’ »Commercial Mouth« can be interpreted as a harsh criticism of neoliberalism.
Music Review | posted 13.12.2013
Heatsick
Re-Engineering
This music is blissfully insane. It still grooves like crazy, knows lots about electronic music and wants to be heard. Heatsick is this December’s insider’s tipp.
Music Review | posted 30.08.2013
Black Sites
Prototype EP
Helena Hauff und f’#x unveil their shared fascinatin for analogue sounds on their EP with music as charming as a pair of ripped jeans.
Music Review | posted 02.05.2012
Ben Vida
Esstends Esstends Esstends
American composer Ben Vida provokes sounds in the ears of the listener, which don’t really seem to exist. As interesting as this sounds in theory, as static it remains in practice.
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Music Review | posted 20.02.2020
Subtle Houzze
Controversy
In 1992 Gary D. and Boris Dlugosch presented the EP »Controversy« as Subtle Houzze, which is now being reissued by Running Back. They are tracks for all day and night times.
Music News | posted 03.02.2020
Ofege
Exclusive Edition: »How Do You Feel«
With »How Do You Feel« Tidal Waves releases the last of four albums by the Nigerian band Ofege on February 14. The record will exclusively from us available in a Brown Vinyl Edition.
Music List | posted 03.07.2019
Polish Jazz
An introduction in 10 vinyl records
The Polish jazz scene is considered one of the most important and creative in Europe. Today it oscillates between superficial conventions and hidden ruptures. A little search for clues.
Music News | posted 05.02.2020
The Mystery Kindaichi Band
Soundtrack: »The Adventures Of Kindaichi Kosuke«
For the first time since 1977 the soundtrack to »The Adventures Of Kindaichi Kosuke« is being reissued. Only with us the album of The Mystery Kindaichi Band will be available as limited Glow In The Dark Vinyl Edition.
Music News | posted 30.08.2018
Neneh Cherry
New Album: »Broken Politics«
»Broken Politics« is the new work by Neneh Cherry. The album of the Swede, completely produced by Four Tet this time, will be released on October 19th on Smalltown Supersound.