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Items 1 to 32 of 32 on page 1 of 1
Mixtape 1: Adaptions
Cat: KOMPAKT 71CD. Rel: 04 Jun 09
Minimal/Tech House
Tracy Thorn - "Grand Canyon" (Ada remix)
Ada - "Fizzmann" (Dee Pulse remix)
Bokka Shade - "Vertigo vs Cha" (Ada remix)
Brant - "Last Night I Dreamt That Somebody Loved me" (feat Mr Roper - Ada remix)
Ada - "Maps" (Thomas Mayer remix)
Alex Smoke - "never Want To See You Again" (Ada remix)
Ada - "Eve" (DJ Koze mix)
Ada - "Lovestoned" (feat Raz Ohara)
Andi Teichmann - "Tape" (Ada mix)
Ada - "Living It Up"
Ada - "Forty Winks"
Ada - "Our Blindhouse (Each & Every One)" (Cosmic DJ)
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Was Here
Was Here (2xLP + MP3 download code)
Cat: Kompakt 419. Rel: 25 Jun 20
Intro (2:03)
Beyond The Dance (4:52)
It Was What It Was (album version) (7:00)
Free Darius Now (5:16)
Nature Of Dreams (6:18)
Just Another Day (feat DOP & Greg Paulus) (6:34)
Thoughts (4:37)
Vortex (5:47)
Know Hope (6:06)
9th Of May (6:36)
Island Hopper (feat Georg Levin) (4:39)
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Don't Cry EP
Cat: KOMPAKT 459. Rel: 03 May 23
Don't Cry (6:20)
Elysium (6:13)
Don't Cry (Ambient version) (4:18)
Review: Producer and DJ Stephan Barnem teams up with fellow artist Futuristant for a cross-Mediterranean foray into high-concept melodic techno. 'Don't Cry' is nothing short of a euphoric anthem, mixing tropes from synthwave, electro and big room into a piece that could easily function as the next HALO soundtrack theme. A robotic voice narrates the entire journey - "bringing you light, I am the star, shining so bright, I am the rain refreshing the earth, I am the laughter, I am the mirth" - as if it were the telepathic monologue of a deus ex come to grant salvation to us all.
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Prometal Fan Decor Only Product
Cat: KOMPAKT 442. Rel: 21 Feb 22
Fan (4:51)
You Know What's Gone (6:11)
This Is For Decor Only (7:43)
Review: Barnt returns for a weighty, new wavey three-tracker on Kompakt, not quite straying from his trademark minimal tech style, but nevertheless working in novel elements. 'This Is For The Decor Only' is a glistening ambient trance cut, working in detuned leads and melodic 'woahs' (woah indeed), while 'You Know What's Gone' recalls everything from mid-80s body music, new romantic dance, and medieval music. 'Fan' is the ambient closer, revealing the producer's musical talents far beyond that of mere dance music. As Barnt says, he wanted to touch on a "ceremonial, emotional, grand spirit", and he's achieved just that.

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Cat: KOMPAKTCD 175. Rel: 21 Mar 23
Get Well Soon
No Appetite
Soda Lake
On The Ground
Dressed Alike
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NFT (12")
Cat: KOMPAKT 452. Rel: 15 Jun 22
NFT (4:57)
NFT (Tricky Disco remix) (6:20)
NFT (Justus Kohncke version) (5:42)
NFT (Michael Wells aka GTO remix) (6:21)
Review: Bleep techno formed as a result of likening the arpeggiated bleeping of techno, with the sound of contempoary bleeps: small toy robots, Speak n' Spells, the digital chatter of sci-fi foley in franchises like Star Trek and Star Wars. Now, music editor Jurgen Laarmann argues vehemently that bleep is back, and in EP form, likens its resurgence with the advent of NFTs and cryptocurrencies. 'NFT', therefore, is a four-tracker like no other, with the banging original track coming together with Bleep stalwarts including Michael wells, Tricky Disco and Justus Kohncke.
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Lucifer (CD)
Cat: Kompakt CD 181.
Golfo Mistico
Open Sky (with Tears Of Blue)
Contemporary Lullaby
Modular Clouds In Rome
Piano Bells
Space Call From Mars
Tuning The Orchestra (with Tears Of Blue)
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Lucifer (LP + MP3 download code)
Cat: KOMPAKT 485. Rel: 13 May 24
Samba (4:34)
Panorama (4:46)
Golfo Mistico (4:33)
Open Sky (with Tears Of Blue) (4:58)
Contemporary Lullaby (2:59)
Requiem (2:53)
Whispers (4:08)
Modular Clouds In Rome (3:14)
Piano Bells (3:25)
Space Call From Mars (2:36)
Tuning The Orchestra (with Tears Of Blue) (3:19)
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Jukurpa (12")
Cat: KOMPAKT 483. Rel: 15 Mar 24
Minimal/Tech House
Deer Jade - "Jukurpa"
Deer Jade - "Cosmic Dream" (1:11)
David Hasert/Nicone - "Wasting My Time With You" (6:11)
Review: Kompakt have billed their latest collaborative spiritual house release - three groove sandwiches shared between Deer Jade, David Hasert and Nicone - as an antidote to the all-to-prevalent late-winter blues and lack of sun, an affliction that seems to blight ravers in particular. Aside from canvassing for more outdoor and/or glass-roofed venues, all we can do in the meantime is weight the tonearm and jog-start the disc; 'Jukurpa' and 'Wasting My Time With You' are just the course of sonic vitamins us daywalkers need. The former is a deep, righteous blur of just piano tritones and circumscribed handholds around fires, as weighted knee-slaps and impacts evoke the feeling of a collective ritual come out-of-body experience. 'Cosmic Dream' returns to the very same rave spot at nighttime; at this point, it's all gone a bit lunar-psy, but the desert winds and temperate nighttime heat allow ample energy for continued soul flight.
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Intershop (remastered)
Intershop (remastered) (LP + MP3 download code)
Cat: KOMPAKT 478.
Intershop (1)
Intershop (2)
Intershop (3)
Intershop (4)
Intershop (5)
Intershop (6)
Intershop (7)
Review: Dettinger's Intershop delicately navigates the realm of ambient music, inviting listeners into a realm where loops and jumps coalesce into a mesmerizing sonic journey. Each track, a miniature world of its own, boasts precision and allure, creating a cohesive yet dynamic listening experience. Through meticulous attention to detail, Dettinger crafts a therapeutic soundscape that encourages mindfulness and contemplation. The album's modest rhythms provide a gentle push forward while allowing space for introspection. With echoes of classic ambient techno and dub, Intershop achieves a rare balance between background and foreground, offering a tranquil yet engaging musical backdrop. It's a gem of sonic minimalism that captivates the mind, heart, and ears, leaving a lasting impression of completeness amid life's ever-shifting parts. 2024 brings us a remastered version now that enchances the audio spectrum for a real treat.
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Oasis (remastered)
Oasis (remastered) (LP + MP3 download code)
Cat: KOMPAKT 479. Rel: 08 May 24
Oasis 1 (3:47)
Oasis 2 (3:45)
Oasis 3 (3:41)
Oasis 5 (5:08)
Oasis 6 (4:44)
Oasis 7 (7:18)
Oasis 4
Review: Dettinger's Oasis, originally released in 2000, is an ethereal symphony of ambient textures and minimal techno. Its unique blend of orchestral elements, effects, and occasional beats creates a captivating and strangely peaceful sonic landscape. Each track offers a hypnotic journey. 'Oasis #2' pulsates with a gentle rhythm, while 'Oasis #3' transforms Balearic melodies into grainy memories. 'Oasis #4' showcases Dettinger's experimental side, merging techno with abstract soundscapes, while 'Oasis 6' infuses dub influences, adding a touch of warmth and groove. The album's appeal lies in his ability to fuse the organic and the electronic. Orchestral swells soar above pulsating synths, creating a sense of drama and allure. The result is a sonic oasis that transports listeners to a realm of serenity and wonder. Fans of Wolfgang's Voigt's Gas project or labels like Mille Plateaux, Staubold, RasterNoton and others may already know this masterpiece, but if you don't, then do not miss this.
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Unsichtbare Tanzer
Unsichtbare Tanzer (limited hand-numbered 12" in autographed sleeve)
Cat: KOMPAKT 469. Rel: 05 Sep 23
Minimal/Tech House
Unsichtbare Tanzer (Wassermann Tubass mix) (4:32)
Unsichtbare Tanzer (Wassermann Sog mix) (4:19)
Unsichtbare Tanzer (3:33)
Unsichtbare Tanzer (Wassermann Rausch mix) (7:12)
Review: It is widely known for being a label that deals in mature techno and tech with top class melodies, but Kompakt has also put out its fare share of leftfield yet crowd pleasing curveballs. We get the sense that this is one of them from Andreas Dorau, particularly the Wassermann Tubass mix of 'Unsichtbare Tanzer' which is off balance tech with curious vocals. The Sog mix is like a colourful adult lullaby and the original has big prog guitar licks and 80s synth flourishes. Finally, the Wassermann Rausch mix is a meandering tech cut with plodding drums and bass.
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Treets (12")
Cat: KOMPAKT 449. Rel: 31 Aug 22
Minimal/Tech House
Treets (6:39)
E-Plus (5:53)
Alles Paletti (6:34)
Haus More (5:34)
Review: Sascha Funke is one of those low-key German artists who has always operated at the forgives of hype but never failed to cook up interesting sounds that are as deserving of attention as anything. This is a second EP this year after the tech house man took a few years out and it is another one that really stands proud of the crowd on Konpakt. 'Treets' pairs trippy synth designs with catchy tech beats while 'E-Plus' gets darker, with busted drum loops and phased bass. 'Alles Paletti' is a big old cosmic tech workout then 'Haus More' sinks into dubbed out and stripped back late night acid territory.
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Narkopop (3xLP + CD in hard-cover book sleeve)
Cat: KOMPAKT 371. Rel: 24 Apr 17
Narkopop 1 (4:04)
Narkopop 2 (10:42)
Narkopop 3 (4:03)
Narkopop 4 (3:52)
Narkopop 5 (6:16)
Narkopop 6 (4:39)
Narkopop 7 (9:20)
Narkopop 8 (6:56)
Narkopop 9 (7:56)
Narkopop 10 (17:16)
Narkopop 11 (16:08)
Narkopop 1
Narkopop 2 (CD)
Narkopop 3
Narkopop 4
Narkopop 5
Narkopop 6
Narkopop 7
Narkopop 8
Narkopop 9
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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Regensburg (remixes)
Cat: KOMPAKT 53. Rel: 05 Apr 02
Regensberg (Gas mix)
Regensberg (Kompakt mix)
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Mexico (180 gram vinyl LP + MP3 download code)
Cat: KOMPAKT 301LP. Rel: 03 Feb 21
Progressive House
Obnoxiously Sexual (5:08)
Another Life (5:32)
Sustain (5:22)
Crossfade (5:32)
Airwaves (3:19)
God Application (5:55)
Not The First Time (6:27)
Mexico (5:52)
This Is What You Get When You Mess With Love (6:36)
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Agartha (LP + MP3 download code)
Cat: KOMPAKT 461. Rel: 24 May 23
Abyss (2:25)
Searching (5:11)
Subterranean Life (5:51)
Ceremony Of The Dead (7:10)
Floating Against Time (6:32)
Abyss II (3:09)
Burning (7:31)
Agartha (6:29)
Darkness (3:52)
Eternally (4:46)
Review: To date Wata Igarashi has released most of his work as singles. The Japanese techno producer has steadily risen in profile thanks to releases for the likes of The Bunker New York, Nidgar, Bitta and Delsin, but now his trajectory shifts into a different gear as he offers up his first fully-fledged artist album outside of Japan for the mighty Kompakt. It's clear from the offset he's relished the opportunity to stretch out on an album and we're treated to some stunningly rendered ambient and downtempo soundscapes - just listen to the slow rise and fall of 'Searching' and you'll be instantly sold. There's space for drama and accomplished composition as on 'Ceremony Of The Dead', jazzy exploits on 'Burning' and much more besides, showcasing the unbridled imagination of one of Japan's brightest talents.
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Mother (2xLP + insert + MP3 download code in spot-varnished sleeve)
Cat: KOMPAKT 456. Rel: 05 Dec 22
Formation (feat Sofie Birch) (20:36)
Abiogenesis (feat Philip Schneider) (12:18)
Miocene (feat Sofie Birch) (11:40)
Anthropocene (11:08)
Tipping Points (11:24)
Requiem (feat Philip Schneider) (12:35)
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Hello Echo
Cat: KOMPAKT 423. Rel: 29 Jul 20
Deep House
Hello Echo (feat Bestle) (8:25)
Down With The Rhythm (4:55)
Acqua Panna (6:00)
Review: You have to admire Alex Warren AKA Kiwi's work rate. Here he makes his Kompakt bow with his eleventh EP since the start of 2018. Vocalist Bestle guests on superb A-side "Hello Echo", a spacey chunk of lilting nu-disco/synth-pop fusion that's so deliciously warm and summery that we believe it will become a sing-along anthem before the year is out. He shifts focus a little on B-side opener "Down With The Rhythm", a more sleazy, analogue-driven affair that sits somewhere between Chicago style acid-jack, effervescent NYC freestyle and bold, 21st century nu-disco, before offering a deep, melodious and melancholic take on acid-electro that could well be the most arresting, ear-catching moment on an EP that's full of them.
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1243 (12")
Cat: KOMPAKT 446. Rel: 01 Apr 22
Escape (6:11)
You Are The (4:36)
Taciturn (4:44)
All The Wild Animals (5:01)
Home (5:17)
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1977 (gatefold 2xLP + MP3 download code)
Cat: KOMPAKT 107. Rel: 27 Jun 13
Minimal/Tech House
Review: With a sound perfectly crafted for the emotive pop tones of Kompakt, Kolsch delivers the 1977 long player in a cascade of effervescent melody rendered through bold production. There are light, fluffy moments such as the hands-aloft opener "Oma" and the lamenting closer "Felix", while elsewhere you can find the German producer indulging a love of dub techno with the crafty delays of "Basshund". It's not all soft and sweet though, as the electro-house grind of "Eiswinter" attests as it works up a sweaty main room fervour. Likewise "Bappedeckel" has a stadium-sized approach to synths and track dynamics aimed squarely at getting huge crowds moving in unison.
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1983 (gatefold 2xLP + MP3 download code)
Cat: KOMPAKT 329. Rel: 03 Jun 15
Minimal/Tech House
1983 (3:49)
Talbot (5:07)
Pacer (6:52)
The Road (7:30)
Die Anderen (8:22)
Bloodline (8:05)
Unterwegs (7:09)
E45 (7:06)
Papageno 30 Years Later (6:55)
Review: Childhood memories can be some of the most vivid, so it's little surprise to find Kolsch daydreaming about old family holidays on his sophomore full-length, 1983. While it's a thoroughly contemporary sounding album, there's certainly an overtly orange and red, Kodachrome inspired feel to proceedings, as if Kolsch was trying to capture the feel of old family photographs in music. In practice, this means a largely joyous blend of colourful synthesizer melodies, undulating electronic strings, and soft-touch beats inspired by a mixture of classic house, techno, tech-house and early 80s synth pop. Without fail, the resultant music is effortlessly joyous.
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Now Here No Where
Now Here No Where (2xLP + MP3 download code in spot-varnished sleeve)
Cat: KOMPAKT 422. Rel: 22 Sep 20
Great Escape (4:01)
Shoulder Of Giants (4:56)
Remind You (5:56)
Sleeper Must Awaken (5:52)
Time (6:15)
Traumfabrik (4:59)
Fandango (5:45)
Glypto (5:39)
Now Here No Where (5:47)
Romtech User Manual (5:55)
While Waiting For Something To Care About (5:37)
Pause (5:37)
Kolsch is one of the artists who has been at the forefront of the melodic techno and progressive house resurgence of recent years. He is one of the bigger weapons in the Kompkat arsenal and here they unleash him across a double album that really shows off a full and widescreen spectrum of synth heavy sounds. There are darker, more retro tinged stompers like 'Great Escape' next to city, electro styled cuts with epic synth lines soaring the heavens, and deeper, more slow burning mounters designed to get large crowds in a trance. It's an openly emotional sound from Kolsch that is sure to connect with fans old and new.
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I Talk To Water
I Talk To Water (limited CD)
Cat: KOMPAKTCD 179. Rel: 09 Nov 23
I Talk To Water (feat Perry Farrell)
Grape (feat Patrick Reilly)
Pet Sound
Only Get Better
Hands Of Time
Tell Me (feat Patrick Reilly)
An Amazing
It Ends Where It Began (feat Patrick Reilly)
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Beats & Lines
Cat: Kompakt 486. Rel: 08 May 24
Minimal/Tech House
Joyce Muniz - "Beats & Lines" (feat Sara Bluma) (5:02)
Hardt Antoine - "I Will" (5:46)
Hardt Antoine - "La Mosca" (5:46)
Review: The latest drop of executive techno from the mighty Kompakt features Joyce Muniz and Hardt Antoine taking a side of vinyl each. Austrian producer Muniz teams up with Sara Bluma on vocals for the darkly seductive 'Beats & Lines', which evokes the drama and tension of the electro clash era. On the flip, Antoine has a more anthemic approach on 'I Will' with diva vocal snippets and huge swathes of melodic pads reaching skywards for a proper tears-on-the-dancefloor epic. 'La Mosca' meanwhile channels a little electro-techno flair in its synth lines with an enchanting vocal loop which taps into Kompakt's subliminal Goa trance tendencies.
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Allein (10")
Cat: Kompakt 470. Rel: 25 Oct 23
Deep House
Allein (5:13)
Allein In Italien (1:16)
Review: Global Essence Sampler is a new series from Deep Inspiration Show Records that calls upon a fine roster of international producer talent to serve up one track each and reflect on what deep house is today. For Allstarr Motomusic the answer is smooth and cruising house grooves with elastic basslines and distant vocal wails. Barce explores classic Larry Heard-style cosmic melodic territory with plenty of star-gazing potential, and Zarenzeit's 'Zahara' is another one that floats amongst the stars with lush ambient pads. Jank offers a more dusty, rhythmic house sound for cosy backroom parties, and then come the jazzy melodies and soulful bass noodling of Jan Kincl's '3300 Gratiot Ave.' Magic stuff.

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Jesus Was An Alien
Jesus Was An Alien (gatefold LP + MP3 download code in embossed sleeve)
Cat: KOMPAKT 451. Rel: 26 May 22
The Tragedy Of CG (1:20)
Jesus Was An Alien (feat Marie Davidson) (7:52)
Real (5:18)
Hunger (0:48)
Matrix (6:01)
Religion (2:25)
The Principle Of Vibration (5:13)
Kill The System (6:21)
Life Aquatic (1:42)
Am Kanal (4:38)
Review: Perel's sophomore album Jesus Was An Alien continues in some ways from the themes she brought to her debut, 2018's Hermetica on DFA. The tracks are rich, lush in design and multi-layered with plenty of emotional uplift. While inspired by a raft of the best indie hitmakers she has her own sound which is perfect for the dance floor but also suited to listing away from the club. "Jesus Was An Alien is a discourse about whether Jesus was an actual alien" she explains, amusingly. When the debate sounds this good, no one cares about the answers.
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Jesus Was An Alien
Cat: KOMPAKTCD 171. Rel: 26 May 22
The Tragedy Of CG
Jesus Was An Alien (feat Marie Davidson)
The Principle Of Vibration
Kill The System
Life Aquatic
Am Kanal
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Pop Ambient 2024
Pop Ambient 2024 (LP + MP3 download code)
Cat: KOMPAKT 480. Rel: 28 Nov 23
T Raumschmiere - "Eterna 2" (3:27)
Mikkel Metal - "Octarine" (4:12)
Yui Onodera - "Cromo 7" (3:21)
Triola - "Bergfreiheit Silbach, Gluck Auf" (4:30)
Thore Pfeiffer & Niko Tzoukmanis - "Kontur" (5:02)
Joachim Spieth & Glos - "Panta Rhei" (4:59)
Sono Kollektiv - "Ever Last Thing" (6:10)
Blank Gloss - "The Replacement Wheel" (4:04)
Reich & Wurden - "Orbit" (feat Alex Linster & Joel Jaffe) (4:55)
Segensklang - "Bergfrieden" (6:15)
Umit Han - "Nirgends" (3:40)
Review: For those that enjoy the more accessible, melodic end of ambient and deeper, gentler explorations of electronica, Kompakt's long-running Pop Ambient series has always been a must-check annual treat. The Cologne label's latest edition undoubtedly lives up to the quality of its many predecessors. Beginning with the spacey swell of T. Raumschmiere's 'Eternal', the collection attractively sashays between delicate, new-age influenced aural bliss (Mikkel Metal), immersive sunrise soundscapes (Yui Onodera), birdsong-smattered beatless beauty (Triola), enveloping sound design epics (Thore Pfieffer and Niko Tzoukmanis), crackling ambient transmissions from another dimension (Sono Kollektiv), nods to the Orb's FFWD collaboration with Robert Fripp (Blank Gloss) and cavernous explorations of slowly shifting audio textures (Umit Han).
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Cha Cha Club
Cat: KOMPAKT 439. Rel: 20 Apr 22
Cha Cha Club (5:09)
Die Frau, Die Nach Deutz Ging (6:22)
Review: Kompakt staple Reinhard Voigt returns to the label for the for first time since 2019's 'Was Wir Spuren' (KOM 402) as well as some collaborations with his brother (label co-head Wolfgang as Voigt & Voigt) and of course the minimalist concept series as RV on the KX sublabel. This one is titled 'Cha Cha Club' and it is a dark and foggy club-ready cut that straddles the line between techno and electro. Over on the flip, Voigt hypnotises you into submission once again on the mysterious and understated afterhours cut 'Die Frau, Die Nach Deutz Ging'.
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Robson Ponte
Cat: KOMPAKT 09. Rel: 20 Apr 21
Robson Ponte (5:26)
Track 2 (3:46)
Track 3 (4:11)
Review: Cool, rocking, hard but dry minimal homage to this fantastic Brazilian football player.
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No Cellphones EP
Cat: Kompakt 487. Rel: 13 Jun 24
No Cellphones (6:19)
Raise The Bar (5:44)
Tech IQ (6:30)
Swingtech (6:29)
Review: Orlando Voorn has always been said to provide a link between the techno scenes in Detroit and Europe. His sound certainly blends the best of both worlds and this new one on Kompack is another fresh offering packed with personality. 'No Cellphones' has flashy synths and clap-laden drums to get your hips swinging, 'Raise The Bar' layers up pixelated melodic rain that sounds like a beautiful fax dial tone and 'Tech IQ' takes the same almost 8-bit melody synth and has it freewheel over mid-tempo drums. 'Swingtech' closes with some nice string elegance and deep beats.
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