Review: The reign of Time Is Now continues to thunder forward, this time welcoming the fabulous breaksy styles of Joe Koshin inside to deliver a delicious collection of originals. We open up with the glitchy soundscapes and crunchy drum smashes of 'Chunk', setting a high level of pace right from the jump before the title track 'Delirium' unleashes a seriously cool combo of nostalgic synthesizers and moogy bass rips to match. From here, 'T4LK 2 M3' then gives us a much more UKG influenced experiences, chopping together warbling sub LFO's and choppy 2-steppers drums in style, before rounding off with 'Spectra Don'. a seriously groovy showdown, giving us a bulbous finale to enjoy. Excellent work as per!