Review: The eleventh release for UK future bass imprint Prospekt is helmed by Pan, who delivers one serious double whammy of an EP. "E11" is a ferocious slice of DnB - cold, clean and menacing. The other blow is a deceptively softer one, with "Mute" being a downtempo piece, but still with precision mechanical beats: perfect for Sunday afternoon sessions.
Review: The latest release on Pan-Pot's own label sees the pair take a few steps forward without losing their own distinctive sound. The title track bleeds warm acid lines, while the German pair conjures up a minimal house backdrop. They hook up with Martin Eyerer for "Consequence", where they update the sound of classic Dan Bell, as pitch-bent vocals vie with a busy techno rhythm for the listener's attention. "Lose Yourself" marks another shift in style; this time dark, trancey synths and foreboding tones conjure up a more malign take on Pan-Pot's sound. Berghain resident Marcel Fengler rounds off the release, delivering a loopy, tracky take on "Lose Yourself".