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Beneath, Vobes EP

On the Vobes EP, Beneath continues to contrast UK funky rhythms and pitch black atmospheres on four lessons in experimental brutalism for PAN.

Helm, The Hollow Organ

The the four tracks on The Hollow Organ areexpansive in their use of found sound, knackered electronics, and strange acoustics to plow dead-eyed territory: negative energies clacking through hidden pipes.

NHK’Koyxeи, Dance Classics Vol. III

The third in a trilogy of Dance Classics from Kouhei Matsunaga, Vol. III sees NHK’Koyxen engage with techno more overtly than on previous issues.

LWE’s Top 5 Labels of 2013

For our third year-end column, staff writer Harry Sword runs down LWE’s top 5 labels of 2013.

Rene Hell, Vanilla Call Option

For Vanilla Call Option, his first recording for PAN, Rene Hell introduces a new chapter, delivering a menacingly playful sort of electroacoustic music.

Black Sites, Prototype

Grungy and kind of beat up like the Golden Pudel at which they’re residents, Helena Hauff and F#X’s debut as Black Sites make good use of an oft-abused sound.

LWE’s Top 5 Labels of 2012

For LWE’s second year-end column, staff writer Steve Kerr rounds up the five most essential imprints of 2012.

Lee Gamble, Diversions 1994–1996

While sampling mixtapes from jungle’s frenetic heyday, Lee Gamble creates a kind of parallel universe where dance music is meant to be consumed horizontally.

Aaron Dilloway / Jason Lescalleet, Grapes and Snakes

PAN is an excellent home for Grapes and Snakes, a brief 40 minutes of basement musique concrète from tape-loop manipulators Aaron Dilloway and Jason Lescalleet.