Electronic

Josh Pan Shares Eerie New Tune With X&G, “nowhere”

Josh Pan Shares Eerie New Tune With X&G, “nowhere”
Brian Bonavoglia

Josh Pan is one of a kind, no other way to put it. If you follow him on Twitter you’ve becoming familiar with his antics but it’s production that truly operates him from the rest of the pack. His latest release “nowhere” was just unveiled to the world via powerhouse label, OWSLA, and it further proves his production prowess.

This track is atmospheric collaboration with X&G featuring vocals from Pan himself is truly a masterpiece unlike anything to be released on this fine Friday. We suggest you take a listen, you won’t regret it.

“it’s 2017 and life itself seems to be backwards. nothing feels right and the direction we’re being dragged towards seems to be chaos and dissonance. friendships and relationships become shaky as everyone seems to have a different opinion about politics, ethics and morals. it seems to be a dark age – at least to me.” – Josh Pan

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