It seems whenever you look at it we are always waiting for a Beatrice Dillon LP. Over the years she's built a discography around labels like Where To Know?, Boomkat Editions and Hessle Audio, with other intriguing works coming through Kassem Mosse's Ominira, The Trilogy Tapes and most recently, in album form (2016), a collaborative album with Rupert Clervaux for Paralaxe Editions. It somehow makes sense then that PAN are the ones to release the British artist's most singular and definitive work yet, pulling together her penchant for syncopated and disjointed drums to meet and fill the gaps between tensions and releases of sound and dynamic that reference all matter of contemporary and avant garde compositions and production techniques, with Dillon still treading that precarious line between abstract club music, experimental sound art and conceptual sound design.
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