Pan-pot

“The Mirror”

MOBILEE119 scanZoom inLabelMobilee
Cat. No.MOBILEE119
FormatEXCL12"J
Orders fromFri, 27 Sep 2013
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UPC BARCODE 827170497863 Rel Date 18.10.2013 tracklist: A: The Mirror B: Rosinenbomber Amidst a heavy touring schedule, Mobilee119 sees the return of label staples Pan-pot with “The Mirror” EP. This two-tracker is particularly significant for the pair, as it coincides with their 10 year anniversary as a DJ duo. Over the past 10 years, Pan-pot have grown from complete no-names to one of the biggest techno acts in the world, regularly headlining festivals or filling packed stadiums. Perhaps one of the best ways to see how far they have come can be heard in their latest offering. “The Mirror” was the first track the pair produced in their new Berlin-based studio following a long studio break. Often steering clear of vocal use in their tracks, Pan-pot opted to change things up a bit for this track and invited their friend Kathy to join them in the studio. “Rosinenbomber” rounds out the EP, and features samples of the last ever conversation between a Pilot and the control tower at Berlin Tempelhof. “We love the mood so much that we wanted to have it on the b-side”, say the pair about “Rosinenbomber”. In conjunction with the EP, Pan-pot will celebrate their 10 years together with the X-tour – a series of 10 select shows taking place over 3 months in Europe and abroad. Enjoy! The start of the new millennium brought change, innovation and an array of technological developments. New names appeared on the international techno scene like never before, and one of the biggest to emerge over the last decade has undoubtedly been Berlin-based techno duo, Pan-Pot. 2013 marks Pan-Pot’s illustrious 10 year anniversary, and to celebrate, the pair will visit selected clubs as they embark on the X-tour – a series of 10 shows in Europe and abroad from late October through to December. From humble beginnings at Berlin’s SAE institute in 2003, Tassilo Ippenberger and Thomas Benedix joined forces to present their dark and murky take on techno to the world. 10 years later, the pair has

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