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  • Summary: This is the latest full-length ambient studio release for Wolfgang Voigt under the name GAS.
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  • Record Label: Kompakt
  • Genre(s): Electronic, Ambient, Techno, Experimental Techno, Ambient Techno, IDM, Minimal Techno
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  1. Dec 22, 2021
    Voigt's mix of art music, techno and classical, of fairy tales and field recordings, feels singular and timeless 25 years on. It's not Voigt's most beautiful or immersive record as GAS, but it remains a forest we can all get lost in.
  2. Uncut
    Jan 14, 2022
    This is a lovely addition to an organic, forest-themed catalogue that works on the macro and micro levels. [Mar 2022, p.29]
  3. Dec 22, 2021
    The clearer, uninterrupted version of the album sounds absolutely gorgeous, and actually gets better as it progresses, as Voigt saves some of the most recognizable elements for the second half, while also adding new details such as the eerie choir which appears during the tenth track.
  4. Dec 22, 2021
    A monolith and a kaleidoscope of detail, Der Lange Marsch is a hypnotic adventure in which to lose oneself.
  5. Dec 22, 2021
    The GAS project has developed so incrementally that Voigt plundering his past isn’t unwelcome or unexpected, and there are enough subtle developments for Der Lange Marsch to strike a distinct tone. ... There’s one development, though, that has already made Der Lange Marsch the most divisive GAS album: the high-pitched beep on every other beat. Some listeners don’t notice it, others seem able to tune it out, and for many, it’s an impassable barrier to entry.