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1. Pan-Pot - Sleepless (Stephan Bodzin Remix)

Pan-Pot - Sleepless (Stephan Bodzin Remix)

Pan-Pot - The Other Remixes [SNDST015] 1. Pan-Pot - Riot (Carl Cox Remix) 2. Pan-Pot - Fugitives (Joseph Capriati Remix) 3. Pan-Pot - Your Attention (Nicole Moudaber Remix) 4. Pan-Pot - Optimistic Grey (Extrawelt Dub) 5. Pan-Pot - Riot (Paul Ritch Remix) 6. Pan-Pot - Sleepless (Stephan Bodzin Remix) 7. Pan-Pot - 808 Nirvana (Ray Kajioka Remix) 8. Pan-Pot - Broken Engine (Wigbert Deeper Remix) 9. Pan-Pot - Punxsutawney (Alan Fitzpatrick Remix) 10. Pan-Pot - Get In (Kevin Knapp‛s ME First Remix) As the dust finally begins to settle after the release of Pan-Pot's massive album 'The Other', it's time to unleash a collection of heavy hitting reworks from the best and brightest stars of todays techno elite. Through careful consideration and an acute attention to detail, we couldn't be more elated to confirm ten artists we know and love to contribute their unique vision to Second State's first ever remix package. Kicking things off with a heavily twisted alteration of 'Attention' is Nicole Moudaber and it's a tangled, dark trek through dense acoustic layers of audible madness. Next up is the Hamburg duo Extrawelt with their twist on 'Optimistic Grey' and they deliver a beautiful blend of emotion and groove they are synonymous for. Following suit is another passionately romantic number from man of the hour, Stephan Bodzin, and his take feels like floating through a sea of clouds, resulting in a timeless classic to be a focal point in any set for years to come. Next in line is Ray Kajioka's take on '808 Nirvana' and it's a cosmic ride, ripe with swirling atmospherics laid over big churning drums and rolling cymbals. Following up on the second 12“ of this LP is a man who needs no introduction: Carl Cox. And in true Coxy fashion he turns 'Riot' into just that: a big room, tension building monster! Broken Engine' is the next track to get worked over and Wigbert delivers a stunning mix of shimmering tones and growling bass resulting in a lush venture through a cosmic backdrop of flickering stars in deep space. Joseph Capriati ensues with his vision of 'Fugitives' and he brilliantly keeps the vibe of the original yet adds his trademark big room flair to take it to another level of driving euphoria. Enlisting the talents of Alan Fitzpatrick to remix one of the slower listening tracks on the album turned out to be magic. With his signature percussion, Fitzpatrick takes the parts and creates a dive deep into sultry smooth waters of seduction. The first of our last two remixes, which are digital exclusives, come from Paul Ritch and he delivers a grinding rendition of 'Riot', expertly crafted for the more euphoric peak time occasions. Last and certainly not least is a man on the rise, Kevin Knapp with his twist on his own collaboration with Pan-Pot: 'Get In'. An expertly crafted tech house jam exploding with energy and attitude perfect for any moment, day or night, indoors or out. No matter the time or place, there is something here for everyone and we are truly fulfilled and honored to present this package of cutting edge artists to celebrate this landmark moment. We know you will enjoy! @pan-pot @secondstateaudio @stephanbodzin

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2. Pan-Pot - Riot (Carl Cox Remix)

Pan-Pot - Riot (Carl Cox Remix)

Pan-Pot - The Other Remixes [SNDST015] VINYL: http://bit.ly/1OehZwS DIGITAL: http://btprt.dj/1Rk9Lp2 As the dust finally begins to settle after the release of Pan-Pot's massive album 'The Other', it's time to unleash a collection of heavy hitting reworks from the best and brightest stars of todays techno elite. Through careful consideration and an acute attention to detail, we couldn't be more elated to confirm ten artists we know and love to contribute their unique vision to Second State's first ever remix package. Kicking things off with a heavily twisted alteration of 'Attention' is Nicole Moudaber and it's a tangled, dark trek through dense acoustic layers of audible madness. Next up is the Hamburg duo Extrawelt with their twist on 'Optimistic Grey' and they deliver a beautiful blend of emotion and groove they are synonymous for. Following suit is another passionately romantic number from man of the hour, Stephan Bodzin, and his take feels like floating through a sea of clouds, resulting in a timeless classic to be a focal point in any set for years to come. Next in line is Ray Kajioka's take on '808 Nirvana' and it's a cosmic ride, ripe with swirling atmospherics laid over big churning drums and rolling cymbals. Following up on the second 12“ of this LP is a man who needs no introduction: Carl Cox. And in true Coxy fashion he turns 'Riot' into just that: a big room, tension building monster! Broken Engine' is the next track to get worked over and Wigbert delivers a stunning mix of shimmering tones and growling bass resulting in a lush venture through a cosmic backdrop of flickering stars in deep space. Joseph Capriati ensues with his vision of 'Fugitives' and he brilliantly keeps the vibe of the original yet adds his trademark big room flair to take it to another level of driving euphoria. Enlisting the talents of Alan Fitzpatrick to remix one of the slower listening tracks on the album turned out to be magic. With his signature percussion, Fitzpatrick takes the parts and creates a dive deep into sultry smooth waters of seduction. The first of our last two remixes, which are digital exclusives, come from Paul Ritch and he delivers a grinding rendition of 'Riot', expertly crafted for the more euphoric peak time occasions. Last and certainly not least is a man on the rise, Kevin Knapp with his twist on his own collaboration with Pan-Pot: 'Get In'. An expertly crafted tech house jam exploding with energy and attitude perfect for any moment, day or night, indoors or out. No matter the time or place, there is something here for everyone and we are truly fulfilled and honored to present this package of cutting edge artists to celebrate this landmark moment. We know you will enjoy! @pan-pot @secondstateaudio @carl-cox

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3. Hinz & Ruhmhardt - Doch

Hinz & Ruhmhardt - Doch

HINZ & RUHMHARDT - PANTHER EP [SECOND STATE AUDIO: SNDST002] 
A: Hinz & Ruhmhardt - Doch B: Hinz & Ruhmhardt - Panther PREORDER VINYL Decks.de: bit.ly/1nx5Bcu Amazon: amzn.to/1i6pByc Juno Records: bit.ly/1tLFDTl DIGITAL Beatport: btprt.dj/1nSxGLw iTunes: bit.ly/1qy33hJ Traxsource: bit.ly/1oOavps Hinz & Ruhmhardt come out of the gate full speed on their first EP with Doch. A grinding and relentless kick drum, hi-hat and snare combo that no doubt hypnotizes even the most relenting soul. Those merits alone can command a dance floor but, combined with a single organ line that is equal parts villainous, psychedelic, and beautiful while being perfectly constructed with a masters knowledge in the art of tension and suspense, they have conceived a magnum opus of grand proportions. An aural field fusing the finest elements of both heaven and hell.

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4. Pan-Pot - Fugitives (Joseph Capriati Remix)

Pan-Pot - Fugitives (Joseph Capriati Remix)

Pan-Pot - The Other Remixes [SNDST015] VINYL: bit.ly/1OehZwS DIGITAL: btprt.dj/1Rk9Lp2 As the dust finally begins to settle after the release of Pan-Pot's massive album 'The Other', it's time to unleash a collection of heavy hitting reworks from the best and brightest stars of todays techno elite. Through careful consideration and an acute attention to detail, we couldn't be more elated to confirm ten artists we know and love to contribute their unique vision to Second State's first ever remix package. Kicking things off with a heavily twisted alteration of 'Attention' is Nicole Moudaber and it's a tangled, dark trek through dense acoustic layers of audible madness. Next up is the Hamburg duo Extrawelt with their twist on 'Optimistic Grey' and they deliver a beautiful blend of emotion and groove they are synonymous for. Following suit is another passionately romantic number from man of the hour, Stephan Bodzin, and his take feels like floating through a sea of clouds, resulting in a timeless classic to be a focal point in any set for years to come. Next in line is Ray Kajioka's take on '808 Nirvana' and it's a cosmic ride, ripe with swirling atmospherics laid over big churning drums and rolling cymbals. Following up on the second 12“ of this LP is a man who needs no introduction: Carl Cox. And in true Coxy fashion he turns 'Riot' into just that: a big room, tension building monster! Broken Engine' is the next track to get worked over and Wigbert delivers a stunning mix of shimmering tones and growling bass resulting in a lush venture through a cosmic backdrop of flickering stars in deep space. Joseph Capriati ensues with his vision of 'Fugitives' and he brilliantly keeps the vibe of the original yet adds his trademark big room flair to take it to another level of driving euphoria. Enlisting the talents of Alan Fitzpatrick to remix one of the slower listening tracks on the album turned out to be magic. With his signature percussion, Fitzpatrick takes the parts and creates a dive deep into sultry smooth waters of seduction. The first of our last two remixes, which are digital exclusives, come from Paul Ritch and he delivers a grinding rendition of 'Riot', expertly crafted for the more euphoric peak time occasions. Last and certainly not least is a man on the rise, Kevin Knapp with his twist on his own collaboration with Pan-Pot: 'Get In'. An expertly crafted tech house jam exploding with energy and attitude perfect for any moment, day or night, indoors or out. No matter the time or place, there is something here for everyone and we are truly fulfilled and honored to present this package of cutting edge artists to celebrate this landmark moment. We know you will enjoy! @pan-pot @secondstateaudio @joseph-capriati

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5. Stephan Hinz & Philipp Ruhmhardt - Hak

Stephan Hinz & Philipp Ruhmhardt - Hak

Stephan Hinz - Hub One [SECOND STATE: SNDST007] 
 A: Stephan Hinz & Pan-Pot - Tension B1: Stephan Hinz & Philipp Ruhmhardt - Hak B2: Stephan Hinz & Clint Stewart - Shimmer VINYL Decks.de: http://bit.ly/1vljBNL DIGITAL Beatport: http://btprt.dj/1BeKOS1 We here at Second State are thrilled to bring you our new concept entitled HUB. While most labels these days are doing various artists releases to showcase the overall talent on their label, we thought it would be better suited for both our listeners and ourselves to break the mold and bring you a series of true collaborations. Each HUB release will feature a single artist teaming up with others from the Second State family to create an EP of authentic musical compromises. A place where multiple minds find a harmony somewhere outside their own identity and each collaboration conceives a genuinely unique artifact. With this, there is no one we would rather have kick off the series than the man behind the massive EPs; 'Throwl' and 'Doch', Stephan Hinz with HUB One! Second track of the EP is Next is 'Hak' with Philipp Ruhmhardt. Together they have already made waves with their tune, 'Doch' becoming an anthem almost immediately since it's release last May. This time they are back with a stormer that feels like racing through a metropolis at warp speed. Each chord stab is a quick, bright flash of color as the shakers and hi hats impersonate the rapid pulse of a speedometer. 'Hak' is a white knuckle ride. @stephanhinz @hinzandruhmhardt

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6. Stephan Hinz & Pan-Pot - Tension

Stephan Hinz & Pan-Pot - Tension

Stephan Hinz - Hub One [SECOND STATE: SNDST007] 
A: Stephan Hinz & Pan-Pot - Tension B1: Stephan Hinz & Philipp Ruhmhardt - Hak B2: Stephan Hinz & Clint Stewart - Shimmer VINYL Decks.de: http://bit.ly/1vljBNL DIGITAL Beatport: http://btprt.dj/1BeKOS1 We here at Second State are thrilled to bring you our new concept entitled HUB. While most labels these days are doing various artists releases to showcase the overall talent on their label, we thought it would be better suited for both our listeners and ourselves to break the mold and bring you a series of true collaborations. Each HUB release will feature a single artist teaming up with others from the Second State family to create an EP of authentic musical compromises. A place where multiple minds find a harmony somewhere outside their own identity and each collaboration conceives a genuinely unique artifact. With this, there is no one we would rather have kick off the series than the man behind the massive EPs; 'Throwl' and 'Doch', Stephan Hinz with HUB One! Of course it would only be right to kick off the first track of the first HUB One way. An alliance with, Pan-Pot. "Tension' is a heavy number with just a few key elements, it's a slow lurking journey through a dark forest at night. As each bush and branch is pushed aside and every step inches closer to a destination unknown, the pressure builds. Soon, without knowing, you are in the depths of a jungle with no way back and only one decision. Keep going. @stephanhinz @pan-pot

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7. Pan-Pot - Your Attention (Nicole Moudaber Remix)

Pan-Pot - Your Attention (Nicole Moudaber Remix)

Pan-Pot - The Other Remixes [SNDST015] 1. Pan-Pot - Riot (Carl Cox Remix) 2. Pan-Pot - Fugitives (Joseph Capriati Remix) 3. Pan-Pot - Your Attention (Nicole Moudaber Remix) 4. Pan-Pot - Optimistic Grey (Extrawelt Dub) 5. Pan-Pot - Riot (Paul Ritch Remix) 6. Pan-Pot - Sleepless (Stephan Bodzin Remix) 7. Pan-Pot - 808 Nirvana (Ray Kajioka Remix) 8. Pan-Pot - Broken Engine (Wigbert Deeper Remix) 9. Pan-Pot - Punxsutawney (Alan Fitzpatrick Remix) 10. Pan-Pot - Get In (Kevin Knapp‛s ME First Remix) As the dust finally begins to settle after the release of Pan-Pot's massive album 'The Other', it's time to unleash a collection of heavy hitting reworks from the best and brightest stars of todays techno elite. Through careful consideration and an acute attention to detail, we couldn't be more elated to confirm ten artists we know and love to contribute their unique vision to Second State's first ever remix package. Kicking things off with a heavily twisted alteration of 'Attention' is Nicole Moudaber and it's a tangled, dark trek through dense acoustic layers of audible madness. Next up is the Hamburg duo Extrawelt with their twist on 'Optimistic Grey' and they deliver a beautiful blend of emotion and groove they are synonymous for. Following suit is another passionately romantic number from man of the hour, Stephan Bodzin, and his take feels like floating through a sea of clouds, resulting in a timeless classic to be a focal point in any set for years to come. Next in line is Ray Kajioka's take on '808 Nirvana' and it's a cosmic ride, ripe with swirling atmospherics laid over big churning drums and rolling cymbals. Following up on the second 12“ of this LP is a man who needs no introduction: Carl Cox. And in true Coxy fashion he turns 'Riot' into just that: a big room, tension building monster! Broken Engine' is the next track to get worked over and Wigbert delivers a stunning mix of shimmering tones and growling bass resulting in a lush venture through a cosmic backdrop of flickering stars in deep space. Joseph Capriati ensues with his vision of 'Fugitives' and he brilliantly keeps the vibe of the original yet adds his trademark big room flair to take it to another level of driving euphoria. Enlisting the talents of Alan Fitzpatrick to remix one of the slower listening tracks on the album turned out to be magic. With his signature percussion, Fitzpatrick takes the parts and creates a dive deep into sultry smooth waters of seduction. The first of our last two remixes, which are digital exclusives, come from Paul Ritch and he delivers a grinding rendition of 'Riot', expertly crafted for the more euphoric peak time occasions. Last and certainly not least is a man on the rise, Kevin Knapp with his twist on his own collaboration with Pan-Pot: 'Get In'. An expertly crafted tech house jam exploding with energy and attitude perfect for any moment, day or night, indoors or out. No matter the time or place, there is something here for everyone and we are truly fulfilled and honored to present this package of cutting edge artists to celebrate this landmark moment. We know you will enjoy! @pan-pot @secondstateaudio @nicolemoudaber

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8. Clint Stewart - Come Undone

Clint Stewart - Come Undone

Clint Stewart - Throwing Stones EP [SECOND STATE: SNDST006] A: Clint Stewart - Throwing Stones B: Clint Stewart - Come Undone For Clint's second solo effort on Second State he brings us two big room jams. With the Throwing Stones EP he takes the same approach as he did with the previous Warpaint EP by going for two different vibes on either side of the record. On the A side we have 'Throwing Stones'; a peak time club tune perfect for dark spaces and strobe lights. With giant rolling sub bass, a heavy kick, crisp hi hats and crunchy hand claps the groove slowly grows into a big break with atmospheric chimes and vocal snippets. Soon you are lost in an ethereal break, but suddenly snapped back into reality as the bass changes and a single looping synth takes center stage creating a driving yet euphoric peak time floor filler. With the flip side, Clint goes for a warmer, uplifting tone with 'Come Undone'. Starting with finger snaps and a growing arpeggio, the vibe slowly builds as big toms and dreamy atmospherics introduce a massive sub bass line. As a shaker creeps up and another synth blends with the original arpeggio the beat finally drops. A solid four to the floor groove ensues and culminates into a wash of delayed chimes as the breakdown introduces the lead; an unforgettable brass line that is sure to have all the hands in the air at a sunny open air or a morning at the club. VINYL Decks.de: http://goo.gl/QXWTnx DIGITAL Beatport: http://goo.gl/pKDa5s iTunes: http://goo.gl/VuZDCv

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9. Pan-Pot - Punxsutawney (Alan Fitzpatrick Remix)

Pan-Pot - Punxsutawney (Alan Fitzpatrick Remix)

Pan-Pot - The Other Remixes [SNDST015] VINYL: bit.ly/1OehZwS DIGITAL: btprt.dj/1Rk9Lp2 As the dust finally begins to settle after the release of Pan-Pot's massive album 'The Other', it's time to unleash a collection of heavy hitting reworks from the best and brightest stars of todays techno elite. Through careful consideration and an acute attention to detail, we couldn't be more elated to confirm ten artists we know and love to contribute their unique vision to Second State's first ever remix package. Kicking things off with a heavily twisted alteration of 'Attention' is Nicole Moudaber and it's a tangled, dark trek through dense acoustic layers of audible madness. Next up is the Hamburg duo Extrawelt with their twist on 'Optimistic Grey' and they deliver a beautiful blend of emotion and groove they are synonymous for. Following suit is another passionately romantic number from man of the hour, Stephan Bodzin, and his take feels like floating through a sea of clouds, resulting in a timeless classic to be a focal point in any set for years to come. Next in line is Ray Kajioka's take on '808 Nirvana' and it's a cosmic ride, ripe with swirling atmospherics laid over big churning drums and rolling cymbals. Following up on the second 12“ of this LP is a man who needs no introduction: Carl Cox. And in true Coxy fashion he turns 'Riot' into just that: a big room, tension building monster! Broken Engine' is the next track to get worked over and Wigbert delivers a stunning mix of shimmering tones and growling bass resulting in a lush venture through a cosmic backdrop of flickering stars in deep space. Joseph Capriati ensues with his vision of 'Fugitives' and he brilliantly keeps the vibe of the original yet adds his trademark big room flair to take it to another level of driving euphoria. Enlisting the talents of Alan Fitzpatrick to remix one of the slower listening tracks on the album turned out to be magic. With his signature percussion, Fitzpatrick takes the parts and creates a dive deep into sultry smooth waters of seduction. The first of our last two remixes, which are digital exclusives, come from Paul Ritch and he delivers a grinding rendition of 'Riot', expertly crafted for the more euphoric peak time occasions. Last and certainly not least is a man on the rise, Kevin Knapp with his twist on his own collaboration with Pan-Pot: 'Get In'. An expertly crafted tech house jam exploding with energy and attitude perfect for any moment, day or night, indoors or out. No matter the time or place, there is something here for everyone and we are truly fulfilled and honored to present this package of cutting edge artists to celebrate this landmark moment. We know you will enjoy! @pan-pot @secondstateaudio @alanfitzpatrick

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10. Pan-Pot - Broken Engine (Wigbert Deeper Remix)

Pan-Pot - Broken Engine (Wigbert Deeper Remix)

Pan-Pot - The Other Remixes LP [SNDST015] Wigbert delivers a stunning remix of the track 'Broken Engine'. A blend of shimmering tones and growling bass resulting in a lush venture through a cosmic backdrop of flickering stars in deep space. @wigbert @pan-pot @secondstateaudio

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11. Hinz & Ruhmhardt - Panther

Hinz & Ruhmhardt - Panther

HINZ & RUHMHARDT - PANTHER EP [SECOND STATE AUDIO: SNDST002] 
A: Hinz & Ruhmhardt - Doch B: Hinz & Ruhmhardt - Panther PREORDER VINYL Decks.de: bit.ly/1nx5Bcu Amazon: amzn.to/1i6pByc Juno Records: bit.ly/1tLFDTl DIGITAL Beatport: btprt.dj/1nSxGLw iTunes: bit.ly/1qy33hJ Traxsource: bit.ly/1oOavps This journey gets straight to the point with the title alone. Just as approaching prey covered by the darkness of night, the snarling synth slowly lurks closer while the loop of hypnotic tones and pulsing drums keep the mark focused and unwitting of its true motive. When it finally shows its teeth, freedom is long gone. Panther has sunk in and forgets any intention of surrender. Wave the white flag. It's an exquisite feeling to be eaten alive.

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12. Pan-Pot - Grey Matter

Pan-Pot - Grey Matter

Pan-Pot - Grey Matter EP [SECOND STATE: SNDST004] 
 A: Pan-Pot - Grey Matter B: Pan-Pot - Substance For Pan-Pot's second release on their new imprint they fall nothing short of what you would expect from the infamous duo. "Grey Matter" is a stormer made especially for the intense peak time strobe lights of a dark sweaty club. The pulsing stabs and swelling bass in combination with the rolling hi-hats and shakers keep the energy flowing upward. Don't let the word grey in the title fool you, this track is more a burning red. Just like the deep ominous vocal says, "We're burning"! On the flip side is "Substance“ and with this one, Pan-Pot showcase their vast knowledge of what tension can do on the dance floor. From beginning to end, it teases with builds that never quite go over the edge. Constantly increasing, it creates the desire for just a little more while never giving you the satisfaction of a resolution. It's a concept that only masters can make work and when it does, it's nothing short of brilliant. http://www.secondstate.net

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13. Pan-Pot - Riot (Paul Ritch Remix)

Pan-Pot - Riot (Paul Ritch Remix)

Pan-Pot - The Other Remixes [SNDST015] VINYL: bit.ly/1OehZwS DIGITAL: btprt.dj/1Rk9Lp2 As the dust finally begins to settle after the release of Pan-Pot's massive album 'The Other', it's time to unleash a collection of heavy hitting reworks from the best and brightest stars of todays techno elite. Through careful consideration and an acute attention to detail, we couldn't be more elated to confirm ten artists we know and love to contribute their unique vision to Second State's first ever remix package. Kicking things off with a heavily twisted alteration of 'Attention' is Nicole Moudaber and it's a tangled, dark trek through dense acoustic layers of audible madness. Next up is the Hamburg duo Extrawelt with their twist on 'Optimistic Grey' and they deliver a beautiful blend of emotion and groove they are synonymous for. Following suit is another passionately romantic number from man of the hour, Stephan Bodzin, and his take feels like floating through a sea of clouds, resulting in a timeless classic to be a focal point in any set for years to come. Next in line is Ray Kajioka's take on '808 Nirvana' and it's a cosmic ride, ripe with swirling atmospherics laid over big churning drums and rolling cymbals. Following up on the second 12“ of this LP is a man who needs no introduction: Carl Cox. And in true Coxy fashion he turns 'Riot' into just that: a big room, tension building monster! Broken Engine' is the next track to get worked over and Wigbert delivers a stunning mix of shimmering tones and growling bass resulting in a lush venture through a cosmic backdrop of flickering stars in deep space. Joseph Capriati ensues with his vision of 'Fugitives' and he brilliantly keeps the vibe of the original yet adds his trademark big room flair to take it to another level of driving euphoria. Enlisting the talents of Alan Fitzpatrick to remix one of the slower listening tracks on the album turned out to be magic. With his signature percussion, Fitzpatrick takes the parts and creates a dive deep into sultry smooth waters of seduction. The first of our last two remixes, which are digital exclusives, come from Paul Ritch and he delivers a grinding rendition of 'Riot', expertly crafted for the more euphoric peak time occasions. Last and certainly not least is a man on the rise, Kevin Knapp with his twist on his own collaboration with Pan-Pot: 'Get In'. An expertly crafted tech house jam exploding with energy and attitude perfect for any moment, day or night, indoors or out. No matter the time or place, there is something here for everyone and we are truly fulfilled and honored to present this package of cutting edge artists to celebrate this landmark moment. We know you will enjoy! @pan-pot @secondstateaudio @paulritch

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14. Clint Stewart & Pan-Pot - Zau! Feat. Peter Xoben

Clint Stewart & Pan-Pot - Zau! Feat. Peter Xoben

CLINT STEWART - HUB TWO [SNDST018] Vinyl: www.deejay.de/SNDST018_-_Clint_S…o_-_12inch__228775 A1: Clint Stewart & Pan-Pot – Zau! A2: Clint Stewart & Stephan Hinz – Fall To Earth B1: Clint Stewart & Michael Klein – Artifacts B2: Clint Stewart & The Reason Y – Audabe Flares Now that we are firmly underway into our second year, it's time to celebrate Second State's family vibes as we bring you the sophomore installment of our annual HUB release. This year we have Clint Stewart taking the helm and over the course of four collaborative tracks with The Reason Y, Michael Klein, Stephan Hinz and of course Pan-Pot, the American displays his prowess for creating powerful, emotive dance floor cuts. Kicking things off in grand fashion, the EP starts with the alliance of Clint and the boss men Pan-Pot on a massive tune entitled "Zau!" featuring the insanely talented Portuguese percussionist, Peter Xoben, and the inimitable artist Luio Onassis who graced us with his signature artwork for this release. After a chance encounter in Berlin a year ago, Clint met up with Peter and Luio for an impromptu recording session that would later go on to become Zau! after Pan-Pot heard an early working session. With rapid fire blasts of Peter Xoben's drums laid over a captivating groove, the track grows with intensity as deep sonic blasts of low end rumbles and sharp rhythmic hooks engross the aural space. Soon, wildly unforgettable bursts of neural jabs begin to play a game of call and response with the existing elements as lush, rising pads install a relentless tension of ecstatic proportions to absolutely demolish any dance floor scenario. Following up "Zau!" is Clint and Stephan Hinz who after last years hugely successful HUB collaboration "Shimmer" are back with another incredibly heady tune, aptly titled "Fall To Earth". Spanning spaces somewhere between deep, euphoric and driving the guys deliver an exquisite "nail biter", testing patience only to deliver a huge pay off of lush strings, melodic bass lines and stirring melodies carried by a heaving groove perfect for those intimate moments. Embarking into the second half of the release we see Clint team up with Michael Klein to drop what could be the heaviest and most psychedelic tune of the release. 'Artifacts' is a white knuckle ride from beginning to end. Fast paced, swirling arps, unrelenting percussive builds, malevolent jabs and truly hefty roars of bass set the stage for what can only be described as a 'Draconian' opus of epic breadth transcending time and space. Wrapping up the collaborative release is Clint's pairing with Berlin duo The Reason Y for an uplifting ride on 'Aubade Flares'. Persistent and unyielding grooves lay the foundation as abrasive yet opulent tones partner with rich low end which continually grow before rising to a fever pitch. As the vitality gets to be almost unbearable, a wash of dreamy, intoxicated strings bring it all together into a grandiose symphony of gorgeous harmonics. As heard over the course of these four collaborative HUB tracks, the comradery of the Second State crew is organically becoming more and more solidified and that was always the plan, yet it has past all our original expectations, and we think you will agree. We hope you enjoy Clint's interpretation of our unique HUB series. @clintstewart @pan-pot @stephanhinz @michaelkleinberlin @thereasonyberlin @secondstateaudio

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15. SNDSTCAST: Amelie Lens

SNDSTCAST: Amelie Lens

Already missing the weekend? Amelie Lens ensures that the music lingers on and soothes your Monday with a powerful mix. You can catch her playing with the Second State crew in September: Cologne: http://www.fb.com/events/1064529440321955 Essen: http://www.fb.com/events/1090986800990002 FB: http://www.fb.com/amelielensmusic @amelielens @secondstateaudio

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16. Clint Stewart - Throwing Stones

Clint Stewart - Throwing Stones

Clint Stewart - Throwing Stones EP [SECOND STATE: SNDST006] A: Clint Stewart - Throwing Stones B: Clint Stewart - Come Undone For Clint's second solo effort on Second State he brings us two big room jams. With the Throwing Stones EP he takes the same approach as he did with the previous Warpaint EP by going for two different vibes on either side of the record. On the A side we have 'Throwing Stones'; a peak time club tune perfect for dark spaces and strobe lights. With giant rolling sub bass, a heavy kick, crisp hi hats and crunchy hand claps the groove slowly grows into a big break with atmospheric chimes and vocal snippets. Soon you are lost in an ethereal break, but suddenly snapped back into reality as the bass changes and a single looping synth takes center stage creating a driving yet euphoric peak time floor filler. With the flip side, Clint goes for a warmer, uplifting tone with 'Come Undone'. Starting with finger snaps and a growing arpeggio, the vibe slowly builds as big toms and dreamy atmospherics introduce a massive sub bass line. As a shaker creeps up and another synth blends with the original arpeggio the beat finally drops. A solid four to the floor groove ensues and culminates into a wash of delayed chimes as the breakdown introduces the lead; an unforgettable brass line that is sure to have all the hands in the air at a sunny open air or a morning at the club. VINYL Decks.de: http://goo.gl/QXWTnx DIGITAL Beatport: http://goo.gl/pKDa5s iTunes: http://goo.gl/VuZDCv

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17. Stephan Hinz & Clint Stewart - Shimmer

Stephan Hinz & Clint Stewart - Shimmer

Stephan Hinz - Hub One [SECOND STATE: SNDST007] 
 A: Stephan Hinz & Pan-Pot - Tension B1: Stephan Hinz & Philipp Ruhmhardt - Hak B2: Stephan Hinz & Clint Stewart - Shimmer VINYL Decks.de: http://bit.ly/1vljBNL DIGITAL Beatport: http://btprt.dj/1BeKOS1 We here at Second State are thrilled to bring you our new concept entitled HUB. While most labels these days are doing various artists releases to showcase the overall talent on their label, we thought it would be better suited for both our listeners and ourselves to break the mold and bring you a series of true collaborations. Each HUB release will feature a single artist teaming up with others from the Second State family to create an EP of authentic musical compromises. A place where multiple minds find a harmony somewhere outside their own identity and each collaboration conceives a genuinely unique artifact. With this, there is no one we would rather have kick off the series than the man behind the massive EPs; 'Throwl' and 'Doch', Stephan Hinz with HUB One! Stephan and Clint Stewart united to create a cosmic journey into the outer reaches of deep space with 'Shimmer'. The longest affair of the three, 'Shimmer' is the aural embodiment of hurtling through space as you look out the window into the vast never ending blackness. Yet, when you observe the star dust and cosmos against the onyx background, the colors are that much more vibrant and surreal. @stephanhinz @clintstewart

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18. Clint Stewart & Stephan Hinz - Fall To Earth

Clint Stewart & Stephan Hinz - Fall To Earth

CLINT STEWART - HUB TWO [SNDST018] Vinyl: http://www.deejay.de/SNDST018_-_Clint_Stewart_-_Hub_Two_-_12inch__228775 A1: Clint Stewart & Pan-Pot – Zau! A2: Clint Stewart & Stephan Hinz – Fall To Earth B1: Clint Stewart & Michael Klein – Artifacts B2: Clint Stewart & The Reason Y – Audabe Flares Now that we are firmly underway into our second year, it's time to celebrate Second State's family vibes as we bring you the sophomore installment of our annual HUB release. This year we have Clint Stewart taking the helm and over the course of four collaborative tracks with The Reason Y, Michael Klein, Stephan Hinz and of course Pan-Pot, the American displays his prowess for creating powerful, emotive dance floor cuts. Kicking things off in grand fashion, the EP starts with the alliance of Clint and the boss men Pan-Pot on a massive tune entitled "Zau!" featuring the insanely talented Portuguese percussionist, Peter Xoben, and the inimitable artist Luio Onassis who graced us with his signature artwork for this release. After a chance encounter in Berlin a year ago, Clint met up with Peter and Luio for an impromptu recording session that would later go on to become Zau! after Pan-Pot heard an early working session. With rapid fire blasts of Peter Xoben's drums laid over a captivating groove, the track grows with intensity as deep sonic blasts of low end rumbles and sharp rhythmic hooks engross the aural space. Soon, wildly unforgettable bursts of neural jabs begin to play a game of call and response with the existing elements as lush, rising pads install a relentless tension of ecstatic proportions to absolutely demolish any dance floor scenario. Following up "Zau!" is Clint and Stephan Hinz who after last years hugely successful HUB collaboration "Shimmer" are back with another incredibly heady tune, aptly titled "Fall To Earth". Spanning spaces somewhere between deep, euphoric and driving the guys deliver an exquisite "nail biter", testing patience only to deliver a huge pay off of lush strings, melodic bass lines and stirring melodies carried by a heaving groove perfect for those intimate moments. Embarking into the second half of the release we see Clint team up with Michael Klein to drop what could be the heaviest and most psychedelic tune of the release. 'Artifacts' is a white knuckle ride from beginning to end. Fast paced, swirling arps, unrelenting percussive builds, malevolent jabs and truly hefty roars of bass set the stage for what can only be described as a 'Draconian' opus of epic breadth transcending time and space. Wrapping up the collaborative release is Clint's pairing with Berlin duo The Reason Y for an uplifting ride on 'Aubade Flares'. Persistent and unyielding grooves lay the foundation as abrasive yet opulent tones partner with rich low end which continually grow before rising to a fever pitch. As the vitality gets to be almost unbearable, a wash of dreamy, intoxicated strings bring it all together into a grandiose symphony of gorgeous harmonics. As heard over the course of these four collaborative HUB tracks, the comradery of the Second State crew is organically becoming more and more solidified and that was always the plan, yet it has past all our original expectations, and we think you will agree. We hope you enjoy Clint's interpretation of our unique HUB series. @clintstewart @pan-pot @stephanhinz @michaelkleinberlin @thereasonyberlin @secondstateaudio

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