the central innovation here is the kompakt label boss and techno pioneer's use of the human voice, emerging from his trademark audio fog in strange & unsettling ways.
immersive opener '6.1' shows that voigt's alchemical way with a detourned sample remains undimmed, transforming vocal tones into something both alien and hauntingly familiar. without voigt's innovations it's arguable as to whether we'd be enjoying the reverb-drenched memoradelia of leyland kirby aka the caretaker, indignant senility & grouper - the revered architect of influential ambient project GAS got there first, & this latest endeavour demonstrates that he's still the master of vaporous experimental techno. "Voigt’s ear for texture and arrangement is as diverting as ever... the world’s certainly a better place with this record in it." - FACT