Riding high off the success of their hugely well-received album, and with their Second State label continuing to blossom, Pan-Pot will make a triumphant arrival at Studio Spaces on March 26th.
There is nothing stopping Pan-Pot’s march right now – they keep turning out anthems with every new release and their live show is second to none. As well as being slick studio hands, it’s Pan-Pot’s manipulation of these tracks in the live arena that really show the level of their talent. Once you are locked into their infectious, hypnotic flow, they seamlessly blend the rough with the smooth and have an innate ability to devastate any dance floor.
Miss Kittin reliably brings all her gusto, charisma and inspiration to the decks, and many different hues within electronic music. Miss Kittin is known as one of the most revered artists globally, and was a prominent feature in Ibiza last year, with a back to back set with Heidi at ENTER., and appearances at Music On.
Stephan Hinz & Clint Stewart return to get things popping in Wapping again after tearing up that part of town in March at Tobacco Dock. Once again we’ll be treated to one of Stephan’s enchanting live sets, featuring an otherworldly palette of analogue sounds. Another one on the ascent Clint Stewart’s style sits inbetween sun rays and crystal blue waves; and the pulsing sounds and strobe lights of a dark warehouse.
The show will mark LWE debuts for Michael Klein & The Reason Y. Dark and groovy bass lines are what defines the unique sound of Michael Klein. Whilst creativity, craziness and techno infused by pure genius are some of the key components of the duo The Reason Y.
Studio Spaces is one of London’s most love underground dance spots, with party people making the pilgrimage from far and wide to be enveloped in it’s huge Funktion One sound system. This two room venue is the perfect home for Second State in London.
Tickets: 1st & 2nd release sold out.
3rd release available now.