<Commercial Dance> There is such a fine line between out and out club electro and radio designed pop electro – the sound that seems to be the preferred style that every pop singer is now jumping onto. Pascal & Pearce tread this fine line precariously on this double disc aptly titled Headliners, cramming in no less than 38 big room bangers. Most tracks are no more than between 2 and 3 minutes on average – perfect pop song length. Several P&P remixes also adorn the album and they fit in quite splendidly with the rest, notable favourites being the Joyenergiser/Paper Skies (Mash-Up Mix) by Sander Van Doorn and Pascal & Pearce, Viva Party featuring Toya Delazy and Zebra Giraffe’s My Best which gets a serious working over by the headlining lads. While disc one is a barrage of breakdowns, build-ups and electro bass drops coupled with vocal choruses and glitch FX, disc two sounds more like the Pascal & Pearce most of us have come to know and love. It’s a deeper sound with techier undertones, as it flirts with pop but doesn’t quite give in to it, adeptly sustaining the big room mood one associates with a large club night.