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Time Out says

Eighteen years on from his foundational release, Pop, Wolfgang Voigt remains one of the most influential figures in contemporary ambient music. His late-’90s albums under the name Gas, exert the same mysterious pull, equally forbidding and enticing. The hissing, shifting textures on his recent follow-up, Narkopop, erratically hint at morbidity, malaise, triumph and tranquility all at once—and inevitability reach none of them. The atmosphere is arcane, shifting and difficult to articulate, but also, undeniably alluring. Here he plays a rare live set, rescheduled from December.


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