If previous Gas albums were all fog and illusion, Narkopop is striking for its clarity.
Kompakt releases another GAS box set, one that is less comprehensive than its predecessor.
These discs ask you to treat them as parts of one mammoth work, phases in an exploration of what Voigt refers to as “different zoom, loop and alienation techniques".
Maybe What's Going on in 'Get Out' Is All in His Head
‘Shake It Up’: All the Music That’s Fit to Freak Out About
The Journey to Paul Gauguin’s Other World Is Well Worth Taking
Cannes 2017: Border Crossings in 'Jupiter's Moon' and 'Okja'
White Hills: Stop Mute Defeat
Juliana Hatfield: Pussycat
Make America Cool Again
"Mystery writer Arthur B. Reeve's influence in this film doesn't follow convention -- it follows his invention.