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Zauberberg (reissue) (heavyweight vinyl 3xLP + MP3 download code)
Cat: KOMPAKT 370 1. Rel: 16 Jan 19
Ambient/Drone
  1. Zauberberg 1 (11:36)
  2. Zauberberg 2 (14:03)
  3. Zauberberg 3 (14:24)
  4. Zauberberg 4 (5:54)
  5. Zauberberg 5 (8:59)
  6. Zauberberg 6 (10:56)
  7. Zauberberg 7 (11:43)
Review: Originally released back in 1997 on the seminal (now defunct) imprint Mille Plateaux, Zauberberg was the second album by Wolfgang Voit under his Gas moniker and considered as his most foreboding piece of work since. This reissue on his own revered Kompakt comes on 180 gram vinyl featuring all seven tracks. Breathtaking drone excerpts and cavernous, all consuming dub techno journeys merge with awe-inspiring orchestral arrangements (samples from legendary composers such as Richard Wagner, Alban Berg, and Arnold Schoenberg) on this tremendous opus that remains an essential listening after all these years.
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 in stock $31.01
Konigsforst (reissue) (3xLP + MP3 download code)
Cat: KOMPAKT 3702. Rel: 05 Jun 19
Ambient/Drone
  1. Konigsforst 1 (9:35)
  2. Konigsforst 2 (13:53)
  3. Konigsforst 3 (8:57)
  4. Konigsforst 4 (6:27)
  5. Konigsforst 5 (15:09)
  6. Konigsforst 6 (10:21)
  7. Konigsforst 7 (6:14)
  8. Konigsforst 8 (7:09)
Review: Kompakt continues to reissue the early, in-demand works of hypnotic ambient techno pioneer Wolfgang Voigt AKA Gas. This time it's "Konigsforst", an album that has been unavailable on vinyl since its' initial pressing on Mille Plateaux in 1998. Built around locked-in, soft-focus techno rhythms, drowsy neo-classical movements, densely layered samples and hazy, hard-to-define melodic elements, the album's eight tracks remain as potent now as they did 21 years ago. Voigt has made a lot of inspired music in his thickset "sound soup" style, but there's something extra-special about this "Konigsforst", which we'd describe as the audio equivalent of a sunrise stumble through an ancient German forest.
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 in stock $25.60
Narkopop (3xLP + CD in hard-cover book)
Cat: KOMPAKT 371. Rel: 24 Apr 17
Ambient/Drone
  1. Narkopop 1 (4:04)
  2. Narkopop 2 (10:42)
  3. Narkopop 3 (4:03)
  4. Narkopop 4 (3:52)
  5. Narkopop 5 (6:16)
  6. Narkopop 6 (4:39)
  7. Narkopop 7 (9:20)
  8. Narkopop 8 (6:56)
  9. Narkopop 9 (7:56)
  10. Narkopop 10 (17:16)
  11. Narkopop 11 (16:08)
  12. Narkopop 1
  13. Narkopop 2 (CD)
  14. Narkopop 3
  15. Narkopop 4
  16. Narkopop 5
  17. Narkopop 6
  18. Narkopop 7
  19. Narkopop 8
  20. Narkopop 9
  21. Narkopop 10
Review: On the back of Kompakt's expansive retrospective of his work under the Gas alias, the essential Box, Wolfgang Voigt has decided to deliver a new album - his first for 17 years. Predictably, Narkopop is as cinematic, widescreen and densely layered as anything the German ambient producer has done to date. Over 11 spellbinding tracks, Voigt blends field recordings and droning electronics with sweeping, almost orchestral movements, swirling melodic cycles, and occasional forays into rhythmic hypnotism. The result is a collection of "wall of sound" ambient compositions that does a terrific job tiptoeing the fine lines between both grandiosity and intimacy, and joy and pain. In a word: essential.
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 in stock $57.90
Rausch (CD)
Cat: KOMPAKTCD 145. Rel: 16 May 18
Ambient/Drone
  1. Rausch 1
  2. Rausch 2
  3. Rausch 3
  4. Rausch 4
  5. Rausch 5
  6. Rausch 6
  7. Rausch 7
Review: Since the release of 2016's epic Gas retrospective, Box, the pioneering drone ambient producer (real name Wolfgang Voigt) has been surprisingly productive. Rausch is the lauded electronic musician's speedy follow-up to last year's Narkopop, which happened to be his first full-length for over 15 years. As you'd expect, Rausch is superb, with Voigt variously turning cinematic orchestral tracks into hybrid electro-acoustic epics. While some are beat-less and fluid, others are loopy, hypnotic and otherworldly, with the German building tension via subtle rhythm tracks that draw on techno and IDM. The results are near faultless, as Voight once again proves that he's a true master of his ambient art.
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 in stock $11.45
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