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Boomkat Product Review:
Wolfgang Voigt reshuffles his gorgeous Gas release ‘Oktember’, pairing the original vinyl B-side with the balmy drift of ‘TAL 90’ from the CD editions for a 20 year reminder of one of dub and ambient techno’s most effortlessly elegant and distinguished projects.
Originally issued in 1999 in between his albums ‘Königsforst’ and ‘Narkopop’, the two track 12” has now been resequenced in a sort of director’s cut edition that pairs the hippo’s heartbeat thud and scudding, autumnal strings of ‘Oktember’s original 15’ minute B-side with the sun-setting romance of ‘TAL 90’, where Voigt’s yen for yacht-rock guitar riffs is filtered thru a haze of cinematic strings loops, all suave as you like and practically smelling opulent.
It’s hard to overestimate the influence of Wolfgang Voigt’s Gas project on dub techno and so much music beyond - his grasp of its quintessence and tonal shading and shifts of colour rarely fail to take us to that place.