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GAS Essential Bundle
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April 8, 2020


Originally released in 1997, Zauberberg lay the foundations for what would come to characterise the GAS project, submerged kick drums buried in the foliage of carefully orchestrated dub heavy atmospheres. Zauberberg is the darkest chapter within the GAS story, its foggy atmosphere carefully disguising an underlying feeling of danger as you journey deeper into the forest.


Wolfgang Voigt's four legendary GAS albums finally made available in digital formats, each album a unique take on the densely hypnotic and endlessly looping forest bound techno. Originally released in 1998, Königsforst is perhaps the closest the GAS project got to the traditional notions of ambient and dub techno. Densely layered and thick with atmosphere, it was here that Wolfgang took us to the deepest point of the forest that inspired the project. His perfectly chimed orchestral arrangements blended into multiple layers while the deeply buried kick drums rise up in the falling rain.


Pop, the iconic 2000 LP from Wolfgang Voigt’s GAS project, gets a triple-vinyl reissue courtesy of Kompakt. This valium-hazed set of ultra-dubbed-out techno still sounds fantastic almost two decades on from its original release. On Pop, Voigt pushes Jan Jelinek’s micro-house sound into a whole other realm, washing it with delay and reverb until it dissolves into lush, humid atmospheres. Sometimes they are wed to beats, but on many of the tracks here these weightless ambiences are just left to hang in the air. Recent work by everyone from Rainforest Spiritual Enslavement to Ian William Craig to Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds bears the influence of Pop.


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