After a long hiatus, the past few years have seen Reinhard Voigt enjoy a resurgence, with a string of releases on Kompakt. Listening to "Seven Lines", it sounds like the German producer has become more reflective - its stripped back drums, dissected percussion and occasional frequency shifts are the very epitome of understated. However, there remains a flip side to his character, and this is audible on the title track. Centred on a fat, warbling bass, Voigt unleashes a synth line so melancholic but beautiful that it sounds inspired by the godfathers of German electronics, Kraftwerk. The contrast between these two elements ensure that "Apokalypse" is memorable.
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