In his interview with Wondering Sound’s Andy Battaglia, PAN label head Bill Kouligas offers a short biography of London producer Lee Gamble: “He is really into modern composition and advanced computer music and early electronic music. [He makes] harsh, complex computer music…but he grew up with a dance music background.” You can hear both of those influences at war in Gamble’s latest single for PAN, “Motor System.” The song begins with a steady, panicked-heartbeat bass-rhythm, the kind of thing that usually pulses from the speakers at around 3:30am at a warehouse party. But what follows is not a rapturous surge of synths or a shimmering, triumphant melody. Instead, we get decayed tones; when it feels like the song is about to explode, it instead collapses, turning into filmy ambient sound that drowns a disembodied robotic voice. It’s consistent with PAN’s well-cultivated aesthetic of taking the history of dance music, destroying it, and building new songs from the shards.