A Dark Escape Into Pantheon's Robots Dance EP

February 9, 2017 -

Daily Beat Staff

In these last few years it seems that House and techno music have been going through a musical renaissance. These pioneering genres that ruled the underground for decades have outgrown the sweaty Chicago and Detroit warehouses where they were birthed and have been finally given the recognition they deserve. With major US festivals such as Detroit's Movement Festival offering a home for house & techno music, it's no surprise that these sounds are being produced at a top level in all corners of the world.
One such artists on the rise is Australia's own Pantheon whose freshly released Robots Dance EP is sure to please the sophisticated ear of any house or techno purist (aka snob, you know who you are).

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The first track on the 2 track EP titled 'Robots' is a dark tech-house heater that shakes your soul at its core. It's well known that there's some serious four-on-the floor heat coming your way when house music legend & tastemaker Pete Tong decides to premiere a track on his BBC radio show. Layered with old school sounding synths and a booty-movin’ baseline this track is sure to get your feet stomping.
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The second track 'Spaceships' is filled with just as much textural depth as the first one with a juicy blend of reverberated drum hits and mechanical sequences. 'Spaceships' comes off less techno sounding and instead more tech house, think 5AM in Ibiza. Overall both tracks surround the listener with a unique arrangement of sounds and it has landed Pantheon a spot on our Artists We Need To Keep An Eye On List for 2017.

Written by Brian Sousa

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