Gas - Rausch album download
- Made By – MPO
- Published By – Edition Blei
- Distributed By – Ultra-Vybe
- Concept By [Musikonzept] – Wolfgang Voigt
- Sleeve Notes – Wolfgang Voigt
NotesThe artwork, CD and catalogue number are identical to the original release, but this version includes obi with an additional catalogue number.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode (Text): 8 80319 92162 9
- Barcode: 880319921629
- Barcode (Text): 4 526180 443797
- Label Code: LC 12012
- Matrix / Runout: CA KOMCD145 @@ IFPI LY88 3/13/2018 3:32:05 PM 0001326036
- Mastering SID Code: IFPI LY88
- Mould SID Code: IFPI 1258
- Rights Society: GEMA
|KOMPAKT 386||Gas||Rausch (2xLP, Album)||Kompakt||KOMPAKT 386||Germany||2018|
|Kompakt CD 145 D||Gas||Rausch (7xFile, WAV, Album, 24b + File, WAV, Album, Mixed,)||Kompakt||Kompakt CD 145 D||Germany||2018|
|KOMPAKT 386||Gas||Rausch (File, MP3, 320)||Kompakt||KOMPAKT 386||Germany||2018|
|KOMPAKTCD145D||Gas||Rausch (7xFile, MP3, Album, 320 + File, MP3, Album, Mixed,)||Kompakt||KOMPAKTCD145D||Germany||2018|
|KOMPAKT CD145||Gas||Rausch (CD, Album)||Kompakt||KOMPAKT CD145||Germany||2018|
Dominic Alhambra Rausch is very different from the structures of GAS' past few albums like Pop or Zauberberg, with the techno skeleton more frail than ever as the album prioritizes symphonic interjections over driving beats. Jason Macdonald This album is beautiful. Shane Hope Fanfares of joy, fanfares of fear indeed.
Label: Kompakt – KOMPAKT CD145. The album is meant to be heard from beginning to end as a whole. It has been track marked or separated due to format restrictions.
Songs in album Gas - Rausch (2018).
Gas - Rausch Wolfgang Voigt's music as Gas is about nostalgia and childhood, based on his memories of wandering the forests around Cologne. Built around a deep, steady thrum and orchestral samples, the music has a soft, cocooned feel to it, as if enclosed by coniferous trees and mossy ground. The album reflected a kind of lost innocence. Though Rausch's cover features no such intrusions, the music has a new, rumbling sort of dread to it. Across the hour-long LP, split into seven seamless movements, Voigt introduces dissonance and anxiety into a world that once seemed welcoming.
Rausch follows 2017′s Narkopop. GAS Rausch tracklist: 1 Rausch 1 2 Rausch 2 3 Rausch 3 4 Rausch 4 5 Rausch 5 6 Rausch 6 7 Rausch 7. Gas tour dates: 3/20 Brooklyn, NY – Elsewhere 3/23 Knoxville, TN – Big Ears Festival 3/25 Washington, DC – Sixth & I Historic Synagogue 3/26 Philadelphia, PA – Union Transfer 3/27 Montreal, Quebec – Rialto Theatre 3/29 Chicago, IL – The Art Institute of Chicago 4/6 Istanbul, Turkey – Sónar Istanbul 5/9 Cologne, Germany – Kölner Philharmonie 5/19 Kiev, Ukraine – Strichka Festival
Wolfgang Voigt, mastermind behind minimal techno/ambient project GAS and one of the founders of influential minimal techno label KOMPAKT, said that his newest effort Rausch – meaning something along the lines of intoxication, but also resembling the word rauschen, rustling – should be listened to from back to back.
Wolfgang Voigt’s sixth album under his GAS moniker, Rausch, starts almost how we’d expect it to. Following last year’s Narkopop, Voigt continues down a similar path with a rich, cinematic effort of blooming ambient music. In a lot of ways, Rausch can be seen as a semi-continuation of Narkopop. Its sounds and textures are clearer, more defined, and more polished. With that clarity, it becomes easier to associate and appreciate the nuances Voigt has slipped in. In a larger sense, Rausch is nothing too new, but even with that stamp of predictability, Voigt is able to maneuver the tracks on Rausch in a compelling way.
This album is a single hourlong composition meant to be listened to in one sitting, and is only broken up into seven CD tracks for convenience, or four LP sides out of necessity. The album majestically unfolds, but is never in a hurry to go anywhere, and inhabits the familiar type of forest-like dream world listeners have come to expect. If there are any distinguishing characteristics to this one, it seems a tinge darker than other Gas releases, as well as a bit clearer and more airy, at least for some moments.