German duo Pan-Pot who venture into minimal techno music has released a club-ready mix of the popular track taken from the German TV series, Babylon Berlin. The track Zu Asche, Zu Staub has great popularity among the TV series fans and now it will draw the attention of all the EDM fans as well.
The TV series was a huge success and is largely known for its high production values and style, and is based on detective novels by Volker Kutscher and is set in the days of the Weimar Republic. Building on the mysterious flavor that the original and the TV series itself has, the remix is a thumping display of great club music. With an upbeat tempo, the track is set to mesmerize you.
Comprising of the DJs Tassilo Ippenberger and Thomas Benedix, the duo established themselves in the year 2005. Their music is best suited for the underground scene and they aren’t really scared of venturing beyond genres and experimenting with their music styles.
Pan-Pot is best known for their instinctive ability to read a crowd, bringing their blend of gruff and minimalistic beats to dance floors all across the globe, with performances at the likes of Time Warp, Awakenings, Glastonbury, Kappa Future and Tomorrowland. The duo also runs the creative platform Second State where they champion new artists and showcase their roster around the world through their immersive label parties. Following the release of their recent 5-track Weltlinie EP, this amazing remix is now out!
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