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Pan Mono

Pan Mono

Pan Mono


Pan Mono (2004-2006) were an arty postrock jam band from Backnang, a small town near Stuttgart/Germany. Skillfully, yet somewhat overambitiously blending the fragile with the eruptive, and clearly influenced by the likes of Sigur Rós, GY!BE, Mogwai, Pink Floyd etc., they combine beautifully crafted melodies with the art of the lengthy, earthy jam. The lineup consisted of Florian Streckenbach (drums), Simon Le Winter (keyboards, drums, vocals), Philip Enssle (straight bass, tambourine), Dominik Gerwald (guitar, vocals, keyboards. Read more on Last.fm
Pan Mono (2004-2006) were an arty postrock jam band from Backnang, a small town near Stuttgart/Germany. Skillfully, yet somewhat overambitiously blending the fragile with the eruptive, and clearly influenced by the likes of Sigur Rós, GY!BE, Mogwai, Pink Floyd etc., they combine beautifully crafted melodies with the art of the lengthy, earthy jam. The lineup consisted of Florian Streckenbach (drums), Simon Le Winter (keyboards, drums, vocals), Philip Enssle (straight bass, tambourine), Dominik Gerwald (guitar, vocals, keyboards. Now in Yasmine Tourist) and Florian Janner (melody bass, guitar, vocals, fx, editing. Formerly in Mofa and Flymoe, now in Breschdleng).

Before forming Pan Mono, Simon and Dominik used to play together in Little Lava Lounge. They have, in their own words, "gone out there, amongst the ruins and rays of hope. set forth to find ways. and means. and sounds.

trying to find our way, along the way. detours, inconsistencies. and why not." So take your time. The official band website is still up and running. Read more on Last.fm.

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