In a hugely surprising turn of events, Wolfgang Voigt returns to his most cherished project with the first new GAS album in almost two decades.
No matter if you are the most die-hard techno head who's still salivating over last year's mammoth 10 x LP boxset (or even one of those lucky enough to have bought the original LPs the first time around!) or a casual browser within the esoteric electronic universe, there is no doubt that the words 'GAS' followed by 'new album' are going to send shivers down your spine.
It's no surprise that we have long adored the GAS project, having featured the previously unreleased track Die Wand as the opening piece on our decade anniversary compilation Bleep:10, each GAS record receives a weekly spin on the Bleep office stereo. The original four albums have also been a constant source of inspiration for endless waves of artists coming through the underground. From the next gen Chain Reaction-techno of Fluxion and the reverb-drenched breakbeat excursions of the Modern Love crew through to the outer-reaching wax of Astral Industries.
Narkopop is a truly immersive journey into the deepest, darkest corners of the Königsforst from which the inspiration for the project stems - sure to be one of the most life-affirming albums of 2017.