Boomkat Product Review:
*A definitive selection of Wolfgang Voigt’s PROTEST highlights, available on CD for the very first time. Remastered audio and unreleased bonus cuts* "In 1993, Wolfgang Voigt established iconic fringe imprint Profan to provide his own idiosyncratic ideas of techno with an uncensored, liberal publishing platform. From the very beginning, the label stood for a rampant love of experimentation and Voigt's unruly urge to habitually plough through new – and for the most part difficult – musical territory with a straight bass drum. Driven by incessant transgression of boundaries and genres, Voigt ransacks schlager and polka, classical and pop styles, sampling his way across music history. Apart from this range of permanently shifting styles on the mothership Profan, you“ll also find the formal rigour of several limited, self-contained series and conceptual sub labels such as Studio1, Freiland, Kafkatrax or Polkatrax. Sub-Labell Protest in 2010, where the expressionist pop techno 12“ single á la Voigt has found sort of a second home, heavily informed by his paradigm of sex, drugs and pop art. Originally only available on strictly limited vinyl, a selection of refurbished PROTEST tracks has now found its way onto CD, including two unreleased bonus cuts."