The Berlin based label will take over the fortnightly party in Dalston this Thursday.
Started back in 2008, PAN has gone on to become on one of the most respected imprints in electronic music’s left-field. Across more than 50 releases the label has provided a home to Rave influenced abstractions, cutting edge installations and frantic synthersizer powered workouts from artists as diverse as Morphosis, Heatsick and Bass Clef. The most recent project announced on PAN comes in the form of the new album from Birmingham born producer Lee Gamble, a double disc entitled ‘KOCH’. That record, which is due out September 12th. Approaching “music as projection, state, hallucination, an other place”, the record looks set to delve ever deeper in to the Jungle influence ambience explored by Gamble’s previous work. You can listen to ‘Untitled Reversion’ from the album here.
Set to appear at Dalston’s Dance Tunnel on Thursday, Gamble is highly likely to play material from his new record. Joining him on the night are PAN label head Bill Kouligas, deep n’ dark genre hopper Beneath, Experimental Berlin producer M.E.S.H and ethereal Grime peddler Visionist. You can check out the flyer below, whilst you can grab advance tickets here.