Coming in hot off the release of their recent Weltlinie EP, Pan-Pot return with four of their cohorts who have taken all five tracks from the original EP and reworked them into a bundle of stellar reworks of the originals on the Weltlinie Remix EP. Kicking things off is Frankfurt legend Gregor Tresher who twists 'Weltlinie' into a relentless, yet delirious venture with his signature brand of infectious grooves and floating atmospherics resulting in a timeless future classic. Up next we see Glasgow's own Gary Beck reshape not one but two tracks into fierce, heavy hitting Techno bombs. Beck's first take is 'Startphase' where he wastes no time in getting straight to the point as relentless, hi-pace percussion sets the tone for untamed aural animations sure to set the speakers on fire. Shlomi Aber steps to the plate next and serves up a stripped down, yet tough adaptation of 'Exzentrisch' where percussion is king, emanating in a rowdy dance floor detonation. Following is Poland's rising star DEAS who takes 'Zeit' into sinister territories perfect for dark spaces and peak time encounters that will surely set the floor on fire. Wrapping up the EP is Beck's second attack with his rework of 'Freigeist', and here we see him take a somewhat different approach where harmony and emotion take center stage as lush harmonics float over Beck's trademark high energy programming. No matter what your style of Techno happens to be, we are sure you will find something here to satisfy aural obligations.