All posts tagged PAN
Raw character, true divas, emergency dentistry. The Berlin-based producer and DJ discusses three important albums.
Body and mind undergo dispersal and attempted reassembly.
Delicate, abstract sound sculpture comes wrapped in haphazard reels of musique concrete.
“Synthetic” music of moist and tangible form, in a new release on PAN.
Two of America’s prominent experimental noisemakers turn their minds to two 20-minute tracks.
After several live appearances together, four experimental heavyweights find eachother’s company again for a new collaborative effort on PAN.
Vida presents five pieces for computer controlled modular synthesiser that turn the limitations of stereo space into mush.
Kouhei Matsunaga makes his PAN debut with a selection from his more dance-centric output.
Claustrophobic noise collages from an elusive LA sound artist.
Steven Warwick presents four tracks of dance-infused psychedelia, using guitar loops and a keyboard.