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Pantytec is among the flagship functions of Perlon, the techno-house label co-founded by one-half from the duo, Zip. Alongside partner Sammy Dee, Zip released a trio of singles and EPs throughout 1998 (In to the Duster), 1999 (Glance), and 2002 (Elastobabe), before the 1st full-length, Pony Slaystation (also released in 2002). Pantytec also have leant remixing solutions to Pluramon and also have made looks on Richie Hawtin’s DE9: Nearer to the Edit and Herbert’s Let’s All Make Errors. Beyond Pantytec, Zip put together and combined 2001’s Superlongevity, a fantastic display of Perlon’s wealthy back catalog.

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