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Boomkat Product Review:
Launching a dry attack on the dancefloor, Berlin based Pan/Tone aka Sheldon Thompson completes his second full album since 2004's 'Newfound urban calm' for BiP_HOp with a set of quirky tech house bouncers for his new home on Cereal/Killers records. 'Perdon Pan/Tone' sets the script with a muted tech house intro, but things start to bounce along nicely on 'Shame' with flamenco guitars entwined with a chunky bass driven groove. 'Makers mark' is the first of a few tracks to make use of the now slightly ubiquitous knarzy synthline which slots in nicely with his 'Rockno' aesthetic, but it's the techno tracks like 'Clean Getaway' or 'Donner Kebab' or melancholy moments like 'Broken English' that tie this album together as a useful home listening techno experience.