Profan Vinyl, CD & tapes from this label at Norman Records
New work from the Gas-man Wolfgang Voigt, extracted from an AV art installation he has produced with Gerhard Mantz in Cologne. Apodiktische Gewissheit, presented here in two versions, is a pulsing, undulating digital landscape that apparently mirrors the flow of Mantz’s images, though you’ll have no problem enjoying Voigt’s hypnotic work at home. 12” on Profan.
Exciting times for Wolfgang Voigt fans, as the German ambient-techno overlord harks back to his Gas days… Ruckverzauberung 10 / National Park is an hour-long, single track, improvised from processed orchestral instruments as an installation for a newly opened national park. Gorgeous work, as you’d expect. On Profan.
Some people need their own space to do their own thing. That’s why Wolfgang Voigt set up Profan, for those productions that Kompakt thought were outside their techno and ambient focus. Using his new freedom, Voigt has produced a bunch of sweet tracks. And this compilation features the very best of them.
Sog (aka Wolfgang Voigt)
Well the press release is a load of old bollocks going on about Stoicism and nothing at all about the record. What are we to do? Well this is by Wolfgang Voigt who made those fabulous albums as Gas a few years ago - you know the ones, the ones that get me off to sleep at night. This is bound to be good but with a distinct lack of soundclips either we have no idea about what it's actually like.
Wolfgang Voigt presents ten pieces of music and ten pieces of visual art for this CD/book titled Zukunft Ohne Menschen. The music is highly conceptual machine music as premiered in a sound installation in Cologne. Difficult one to get your head round, lots of songs called Z.O.M, but a really lovely thing however you spin it. Limited, from Profan, and ready for the coffee table.
- Vinyl 12" (PROFAN037)
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