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Boomkat Product Review:
"Pan-Pot curate the 17th instalment of the ‘Watergate’ CD series. In 19 tracks they've compiled a mix of both new and exclusive material, as well as a couple of timeless collaborations that showcase their endemic sound whilst delivering the audience a taste of a night out at the club. The mix begins with the lush soundscape and spaced out aura of Pavel Petrov’s ‘Adapt’, which seems to be a perfect start. Immediately getting the listener cozy and engaged before shortly transitioning into the massive anthem of Radio Slave’s ‘Don’t Stop’, a telltale sign of the journey ahead. Over the next few tracks the exploration dives into the more psychedelic side of things. From Marco Ressman’s ‘Hello Again’ and Clint Stewart’s ‘Drenched’ into the darkness of Shall Ocin’s ‘Lurking Wolves’, the mix moves smoothly towards the heavier sound Pan-Pot is famous for. After this we’re caught in the relentless groove of masters like Mark Broom and the duo themselves with their monster ‘Substance’ from the inaugural release on their own imprint, Second State. Then seamless transitions bridge the gap between sounds of retro analogue like Dario Zenker’s ‘27 Northwest’ into the sounds of today with Maceo Plex’s huge ‘Conjure Bass’ and fellow Second State artist Stephan Hinz’s ‘Hungry’…"