Tagged: ambient


Königsforst is the third album by Wolfgang Voigt’s Gas project. It was released in 1999 on the Mille Plateaux label. The album is named after Königsforst recreation park, near Voigt’s hometown of Köln, in...


Nearly two decades after his last release ‘Pop’ on Mille Plateaux, GAS is BACK. On April 21, GAS will release a brand-new album titled ‘NARKOPOP’. Available as luxurious hardcover CD or vinyl artbook editions...

Nah Und Fern

Serious Times – Serious Music. In the middle of the 1990s, Wolfgang Voigt, better known under a great many pseudonyms such as MIKE INK, STUDIO1 or GRUNGERMAN, and the driving force behind the rise...

Rückverzauberung @ Tusk

Last October, Wolfgang Voigt played his Rückverzauberung series at the Tusk Festival in Newcastle, UK. The visuals were specially made by Rachel Lancaster.

Field Recording mix by Mikkel Metal

Courtesy of Danish producer Mikkel Metal, a specialist of deep and dubby soundscapes, highlighted with several appearances on Kompakt‘s Pop Ambient series and a string of releases on Echocord. Recorded in August 2011 Mikkel Metal here weaves a deeply...



Pixel Mantle Label: Raster-Noton (R-N 139) Released: Jan 2013 Style: Abstract, Experimental, Ambient Mantle @ raster-noton.net Pixel @ soundcloud.com

Red Stars Over Tokyo @ Boiler Room Berlin

Since 2008, Red Stars Over Tokyo has been releasing records on his own Hot Hair imprint. With a past playing in Punk bands, his sound nowadays has a deliberate lo-fi approach. His tracks have...


Paul Corley Disquiet Label: Bedroom Community (HVALUR15CD) Released: Nov 2012 Style: Ambient, Abstract, Modern Classical Disquiet @ bandcamp.com Paul Corley @ facebook.com


The Orb exclusive mixes

Grab these to exclusive fine mixes from The Orb. The duo has recently released their latest album COW / Chill Out, World! on Kompakt. Dummy shared an exclusive mix from the masters of ambient house....



Inhale-Exhale. Take another deep dreg. A sweet little nothing is caressing your skin. A jewel in your navel. Bright light lightens up the room and scans us tenderly. Why never ask why. New Zealand’s...