Experimental techno, techno, tech house
Second State Audio, Mobilee, Soma, Einmaleins Musik
Pan-Pot is the name of the Berlin-based techno duo, German DJs and music producers Tassilo Ippenberger and Thomas Benedix.
Since their launch in 2005, Pan-Pot have established their presence in the modern techno scene, reaching popularity with the release of their debut album, Pan-O-Rama, on Anja Schneider (de)’s Mobilee label.
Their music repertoire is best defined as underground-oriented and yet independent of any existing genres of contemporary sounds, traversing techno and house but having experimental elements with strong IDM influences.
The duo are credited with producing live sets combined with vocals that are described as revealing a deep understanding of the dancefloor needs of clubs and festivals.
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Tassilo and Thomas met in 2003 at Berlin’s SAE Institute where they studied audio engineering. There the two producers completed their studies in sound production and design, which helped them in defining Pan-Pot’s sound aesthetic when they started producing music together.
In 2005, the duo booked Anja Schneider for one of their events, which coincidentally gave them the opportunity to establish a favorable connection with her then nascent Mobilee imprint. After a few weeks the label launched their second release, which was Pan-Pot’s official debut, “Copy and Paste”. Since then a steady stream of tracks and remixes have been released on Mobilee and Einmaleins Musik.
The defining moment of Pan-Pot’s career came in 2007, with the release of their debut artist album, Pan-O-Rama. Tracks such as “Charly” and “Captain My Captain” became hits, which made the artists known for their blend of melodic and plain techno and house.
In 2014, Pan-Pot launch their own imprint, Second State,  moving into a new chapter of their career.
Albums and EPs
“Maffia” – (Einmaleins Musik, 2004)
“Popy & Caste” – (Mobilee, 2005)
“Obscenity” – (Mobilee, 2005)
“Pious Sin” – (Einmaleins Musik, 2006)
“Black Lodge” – (Mobilee, 2006)
“What Is What” – (Mobilee, 2