A festival celebrating PAN's incredible roster of artists. Five performances across two days. Keszler's semi-sculptural performance installations and rapid-fire percussive attack, John Wiese at the mixing desk and the extreme computer music of R/S on day one followed by Tricoli's command of 'classical' tape music techniques opening day two ahead of the first ever London concert of CC Hennix's spiritual minimalism - performed as a trio together with Tricoli and Werner Durand.
We've said it before, but we'll say it again: PAN is one of the most consistently rewarding and praiseworthy experimental music labels in Europe. Operated out of Berlin by Bill Kouligas, who also co-designs all the sleeves, PAN's previous output includes forward thinking electronic, noise, concréte and outsider music. You really never know what you're going to get next, which is more than can be said for many of its contemporaries." FACT Magazine
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