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GAMLASKATTEN - Voltage

Format: CD
Label & Cat.Number: Audiophob auphcd 038
Release Year: 2022
Note: debut album (after the "Brutalism" EP) for this German rhythmic industrial project, very dry and focused, complex machine-beats, powerful and energetic...yes, absolutely danceable! - "Heavy beats, moving sequences and a pace that you cannot escape. As it's predecessor the tracks are heavy influenced by oldschool EBM, dark techno and industrial elements." - "It sounds brutal and pretty sexy at the same time." [Side-Line]
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"Voltage" is the debut album and follow up to the well received "Brutalism" EP (auphnet024).

Using the momentum, this release is straight and aimed directly to the club floors. Heavy beats, moving sequences and a pace that you cannot escape. As it's predecessor the tracks are heavy influenced by oldschool EBM, dark techno and industrial elements.

Demanding your attention from the first bit to the last note!

https://audiophob.bandcamp.com/album/voltage



"Genre/Influences: Industrial-Techno, Techno-Body.

Format: Digital, CD.

Background/Info: This is a German solo-project driven by Ralph Gatzen. Audiophob last year released the EP Brutalism and now unleashed the debut album Voltage.

Content: The debut part of the work is mixing hard loops of Techno- and Industrial music. New elements are progressively emerging like Acid, Psy-Trance and finally solid EBM bass lines with screaming effects on top. Its a diversified piece of music but totally adapted for dance floors.

+ + +: The opening part of the album has something visionary. Gamlaskatten is not just bringing Techno and Industrial together but theres something extra on top. It sounds brutal and pretty sexy at the same time. The Acid sequences at the title track are pretty cool as well. The second part features heavy EBM bass lines creating a perfect, and aggressive, fusion between Techno and EBM.

: The only single track that couldnt fully convince me is the last one which definitely sounds as an outro.

Conclusion: Im not used to hearing Techno-driven productions released by Audiophob but the harsh, Industrial, dark and intelligent approach of this artist is definitely appealing for the lovers of the German label." [Side-Line]