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Mantis 13
Satakieli - (6:51) 105 BPM
Tuiskussa Langennut - (6:14) 105 BPM
Havinavalssi - (6:00) 105 BPM Hot
Solina - (6:56) 105 BPM
Review: Kaspiann's inaugural release on Mantis Records, Depth Charges, plunges listeners into a realm of deep techno exploration. Hailing from Helsinki's vibrant underground scene, Kaspiann's journey from organising parties to crafting intricate soundscapes has culminated in this refined four-track EP. From the hypnotic rhythms of "Satakieli" to the ethereal electro vibes of "Tuiskussa Langennut", each track offers a seamless blend of rich textures and nuanced subtlety. With "Havinavalssi" providing a warm synth bath and "Solina" offering pensive percussion, Kaspiann hits the right spot when it comes to intricate detail and weightless immersion, both depth and delicate.
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DSRMTS 13
26 Apr 24
Balearic/Downtempo
Mantis 14
Lapis Lazuli - (5:26) 64 BPM Hot
Forest Green Tree Frog - (5:01) 86 BPM
Mycena Chlorophos - (5:07) 86 BPM
Datura - (6:12) 85 BPM
Northern Boobook - (5:28) 57 BPM
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DSRMTS 14
26 Apr 24
Experimental/Electronic
Golden Scales
Celotex - (7:45) 129 BPM Hot
Opaque - (6:51) 131 BPM
Monotex - (6:08) 136 BPM
Latent - (6:19) 132 BPM
Review: Claudio PRC follows 2022's Challenger Deep on Delsin with another psychedelic take on techno. "Celotex" starts the EP in hypnotic mode as tripped out acid lines are fused with atmospheric, sweeping synths. "Opaque" sees him explore similar territory. The gurgling 303s are audible again - this time they unfold over nickel-plated percussion and a throbbing groove. "Monotex" is more pared back. It sees the Italian producer lay down a linear rhythm that acts as the basis for steely hi hats and a tranced-out melody line. Shifting tempos, "Latent" is a dubbed out, chugging groove that resounds to angelic synths.
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DSRC 22
02 Feb 24
Techno
LED
LED - (5:36) 134 BPM Hot
Hazardous - (5:08) 134 BPM
Wide Range - (5:17) 137 BPM
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158DSR
19 Jan 24
Techno
Best Of Delsin Records 2023
Various
Reedale Rise - "Littoral Zone" - (4:54) 130 BPM
VC-118A - "You" - (5:24) 141 BPM
Atomic Moog - "Programm" - (6:09) 128 BPM
Yan Cook - "Late Night Kyiv" - (5:55) 138 BPM
Machine Woman - "Heavy Cream" - (4:25) 139 BPM
Terrace - "Model A" - (12:08) 150 BPM
Katatonic Silentio - "To" - (7:32) 116 BPM
Conforce - "Charlatan" - (6:38) 143 BPM
Na Nich - "Black Soil" - (7:35) 130 BPM
Wladimir M. - "Zie Het Onder Ogen / Y Faire Face" - (8:22) 113 BPM
Sterac - "Teknitron" - (7:39) 134 BPM Hot
Reeko - "Soberanos Del Sistema" - (5:11) 133 BPM
RVSHES - "MTS/RHS I" - (4:54) 128 BPM
Vril - "Boom To The Moon" - (8:04) 136 BPM
Review: For almost a quarter century, Delsin has been putting out some of the world's best electronic music. That situation didn't change in 2023. As this compilation demonstrates, the label still has an unerring knack of releasing music from the more esoteric end of the spectrum. Reedale Rise and VC-118A both deliver atmospheric strains of electro. On "Late Night Kyiv", Yan Cook pushes towards the dance floor to deliver an emotive tribute to his hometown. The compilation also consolidates Delsin's connection to Dutch artists. Steffan Robbers' Terrace project yields the emotive "Model A", while Eevo Lute co-founder Wladimir M drops the understated pulses and mysterious vocals of "Zie Het Onder Ogen / Y Faire Face". And Steve Rachmad shines as always, with the seductive Detroit techno of "Teknitron".
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DSR 2023
15 Dec 23
Electro
Programm
Planet - (6:45) 130 BPM Hot
Programm - (6:09) 128 BPM
Unlocked Groove - (5:57) 127 BPM
Computer - (6:03) 128 BPM
Review: Atomic Moog, the French production duo and live act, makes an impressive debut on the Delsin Cameron series with their Programm EP. Having navigated the deep techno landscape since about 2015, they have consistently delivered affective dancefloor techno for labels like Lowless, Subosc, and Monument. In their latest venture with Delsin, Atomic Moog unveils the next chapter of their modular exploration, with tracks on this EP showcasing a masterful blend of sub-heavy beats, pulsating rhythms and spaced-out atmospheres. Classic deep techno like it should be.
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DSRC 21
08 Dec 23
Minimal/Tech House
Collateral Damage
Balance Point - (5:34) 140 BPM
Collateral Damage - (5:52) 140 BPM
Late Night Kyiv - (5:55) 138 BPM Hot
Pulsar - (5:40) 138 BPM
Review: Yan Cook was responsible for the tenth edition of the Inertia series in 2022, and he follows it with this eleventh instalment. In keeping with his signature sound, Collateral Damage is a hard-edged four-tracker. "Balance Point" resounds to insistent, steely percussion and a galloping groove. Meanwhile on the title track, Cook ups the pace. Led by a pulsating, clanging rhythm, a succession of drops and builds ensure that it will have maximum impact. "Pulsar" sees the prolific producer go down a hypnotic rabbit hole. However, there is light at the end of the tunnel - and "Late Night Kyiv" is a deep, Detroit-style workout, replete with dreamy pads.
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INERTIA 11
10 Nov 23
Techno
Energia Magenta
Zaphiro - (6:03) 133 BPM
7 Horas En El No Tiempo - (6:31) 140 BPM
Energia Magenta - (6:44) 133 BPM Hot
Soberanos Del Sistema - (5:11) 133 BPM
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DSRC 20
20 Oct 23
Techno
When Elegance Becomes Violence
Heavy Cream - (4:25) 139 BPM Hot
Untitled Glitch House Beat - (5:39) 110 BPM
Voices - (3:43) 156 BPM
I Received Your Email Today - (7:54) 120 BPM
Yes Mate - (7:32) 128 BPM
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DSRE 14
29 Sep 23
Techno
Waves Of Change
Heat - (5:27) 57 BPM
The Deep - (4:21) 111 BPM
Stream - (5:38) 58 BPM Hot
Glub - (5:39) 58 BPM
Motherboard - (7:05) 58 BPM
You - (5:24) 71 BPM
Replace Image - (4:57) 112 BPM
Echo Drop - (3:26) 70 BPM
Elektri - (4:59) 58 BPM
Ufonic - (5:57) 58 BPM
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157DSR
22 Sep 23
Experimental/Electronic
Mantis 11
Themes - (6:44) 57 BPM
To - (7:32) 58 BPM Hot
Hide - (6:28) 59 BPM
From - (7:20) 57 BPM
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DSRMTS 11
30 Jun 23
Experimental/Electronic
Mantis 12
MTS/RHS I - (4:54) 128 BPM Hot
MTS/RHS II - (4:00) 130 BPM
MTS/RHS III - (3:59) 52 BPM
MTS/RHS IV - (4:09) 131 BPM
MTS/RHS V - (3:58) 130 BPM
MTS/RHS VI - (3:58) 130 BPM
Review: Working together as RVSHES, Dylan Brownsword and James Parker land on Delsin to deliver the twelfth instalment in the Mantis series. On the first "Mts Rhs", the duo conjures up a dreamy, abstract arrangement, while a darker exploration of this approach is audible on number three. A similar sensibility prevails on the second instalment, but this time the focus is on the dance floor thanks to a lithe groove and slinky drums. The fourth "Mts Rhs" manages to strike a seamless balance between club use and more abstract tendencies. At its heart are grinding, rolling drum patterns. After that intense sound, the fifth and sixth volumes provide some relief courtesy of tweaked acid and shuffling beats.
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DSRMTS 12
30 Jun 23
Techno
Sins Of Synthesis
Charlatan - (6:38) 143 BPM Hot
Parallax - (6:02) 144 BPM
Sector - (7:00) 150 BPM
Fragile - (6:22) 138 BPM
Review: Alongside his own Transcendent imprint, Delsin is the other label that Boris Bunnik releases most of his Conforce material on. However, while he returns to the Dutch imprint once again, the approach he deploys on Sins Of Synthesis is different. The esoteric ambient textures that typify Conforce releases are still there but they are articulated within a darker framework. That sound finds its form on the angular, steely rhythms of "Paralaxx". He goes down a darker route for "Sector", where waves of growling bass are fused with rolling drums. "Fragile" is also more stripped back and menacing than typical Conforce material, as melancholic synth stabs are fused with a splurging low end.
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156 DSR
16 Jun 23
Electro
Black Soil EP
Inlamint - (8:07) 128 BPM Hot
Subway - (6:04) 128 BPM
Black Soil - (7:35) 130 BPM
Argonaut - (6:31) 110 BPM
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DSRC 19
02 Jun 23
Techno
2023
De Belastingdienst - (3:19) 107 BPM
Zie Het Onder Ogen / Y Faire Face - (8:22) 113 BPM Hot
Laisse-Moi - (2:01) 119 BPM
Verraad + Ontrouw - (1:22) 119 BPM
Rebecca - (0:24) 124 BPM
Prive Onderzoek - (4:28) 110 BPM
21-22-23 - (5:56) 122 BPM
Geef Ons Een Agenda - (3:54) 138 BPM
Played by: SIMPLE SYMMETRY
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DSREEVO 009
12 May 23
Techno
Perks EP
Floating Perks - (5:49) 127 BPM Hot
Flick One - (5:56) 118 BPM
Model A - (12:08) 100 BPM
Review: It's remarkable that Stefan Robbers aka Terrace has been making electronic music for over 30 years and still manages to find new, fresh sounds. This is certainly the case on Perks, his fifth and latest release for Delsin. Echoes of the early 90s Terrace sound are audible on "Floating Perks": warbling acid bleeps bubble to the surface over a wiry rhythm, making for a wonderfully evocative piece of Detroit-inspired techno. "Flick One" resounds to similarly melodic sounds, as atmospheric pads swirl up over slowed, more dubbed out beats. Meanwhile, "Model A" is a stellar affair, with evocative synths unravelling over downtempo, introspective drums - it's another snapshot of a true master at work.
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DSREEVO 010
12 May 23
Techno
Teknitron EP
Teknitron - (7:39) 134 BPM Hot
Transpose - (6:19) 132 BPM
Alastria - (6:19) 133 BPM
Played by: Ackermann
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DSRSTC 5
28 Apr 23
Techno
Sesuvium
Littoral Zone - (4:54) 130 BPM
Globular - (5:14) 126 BPM
Driftwood - (6:29) 132 BPM Hot
Artemia - (5:46) 112 BPM
Review: Liverpool-based Reedale Rise has launched a four-track EP, presenting an innovative and emotionally rich approach to electro music. Following previous releases on respected labels such as Frustrated Funk and 20:20 Vision, the EP solidifies Simon Keat's position as a leader in the contemporary electro scene. The tracks range from the ethereal melodies of "Littoral Zone" to the introspective atmospheres of "Artemia", with intricate layers and skillful production evident throughout. Keat's ability to evoke powerful emotions in listeners sets him apart, creating tracks that resonate deeply.
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155 DSR
07 Apr 23
Electro
Animist
Animist - (5:06) 126 BPM Hot
Love Rollout - (7:43) 130 BPM
Zukunftsstrasse - (4:55) 122 BPM
Katharsis - (6:14) 128 BPM
Terraformink - (6:31) 128 BPM
Boom To The Moon - (8:04) 136 BPM
Unwelt - (7:07) 128 BPM
Kuru - (6:53) 122 BPM
Anomal Beta - (5:41) 124 BPM
Errorist - (4:18) 131 BPM
Mortem Cellula - (4:49) 122 BPM
Sohn - (4:33) 133 BPM
Review: Following on from last year's collaborative long player with R?dh?d, Vril flies solo on this return visit to Delsin. United by deep sound design throughout, the long player shifts effortlessly between styles. From the cavernous dub techno of "Love Rollout" and the shimmering chords of "Boom To The Moon", to the gritty electro swagger of "Terraformink" and "Zukunftsstrasse", Animist is a flawlessly executed work. That's not to suggest that Vril has produced a work that is too glossy or stylised; "Unwelt" resounds to gritty percussion and drums, while the sub-bass tones of "Anomal Beta" bristles with a sense of menace that would be hard to find in a dub techno record.
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152 DSR
03 Mar 23
Techno
Best Of Delsin Records 2022
Various
Area Forty_One - "Robotic Mutations" - (4:36) 120 BPM
CiM - "Relaxing At Home" - (3:16) 127 BPM
Terrain - "Mode" - (7:32) 129 BPM
Lennart Wiehe - "30C Weisse Waesche" - (5:50) 130 BPM
His Master's Voice - "Bassline" - (5:11) 137 BPM
Brendon Moeller - "Refridgeration" - (5:39) 130 BPM
Yan Cook - "Lemur" - (6:06) 140 BPM Hot
Tammo Hesselink - "Danaba" - (5:45) 86 BPM
Artefakt - "Rail" - (4:32) 120 BPM
Answer Code Request - "CRS-21" - (6:25) 138 BPM
Voiski - "Ideodelika" - (6:36) 140 BPM
Terrace - "Seismic Space" - (7:21) 134 BPM
Konduku - "Swerve" - (5:38) 85 BPM
Claudio PRC - "Eelume" - (6:49) 127 BPM
Sterac - "Satyricon" - (9:07) 134 BPM
Nthng - "1 2 Butterfly" - (4:12) 155 BPM
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DSR 2022
16 Dec 22
Techno
Challenger Deep
Haidou - (7:30) 128 BPM Hot
Eelume - (6:49) 127 BPM
Nekton - (7:11) 129 BPM
Kaiko - (5:58) 125 BPM
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DSRC 18
25 Nov 22
Techno
Q
Quanah (full 1996 mix) - (10:07) 134 BPM
Quantico - (8:02) 136 BPM Hot
Quadrus - (8:04) 136 BPM
Review: More than a quarter century after it was first released, Steve Rachmad's Q under his Parallel 9 alias get reissued. Back in the mid-90s, dub techno sound was still an emerging form, with only the Basic Channel-Chain Reaction axis and a few other outliers like Iceland's Thule focused on this style. Across three tracks, Rachmad demonstrates how, during this early period, he weas able to translate this sound to the dance floor. The extended "Quanah" resounds to dubbed out chords and an insistent organ, while on "Quantico", the Dutch producer fuses enveloping dub textures with a rolling, looped groove. "Quadrus" is the most understated track, with Rachmad fusing ghostly chords with an insistent electronic bass and nagging hi hats.
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DSRSTC 4
11 Nov 22
Techno
Brain Dripper EP
The West - (6:29) 78 BPM
Rail - (4:32) 60 BPM Hot
1992 - (3:37) 62 BPM
Brain Dripper - (6:35) 70 BPM
Transient Being - (5:29) 66 BPM
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153 DSR
28 Oct 22
Experimental/Electronic
Warm Data
Cable Car - (2:57) 62 BPM
File Server - (1:47) 65 BPM Hot
Do Not Multiply Models - (4:32) 108 BPM
Robot Valley - (1:02) 62 BPM
Disk Three - (4:03) 100 BPM
Hitachi - (1:54) 62 BPM
Relaxing At Home - (3:16) 64 BPM
Cilate - (1:12) 83 BPM
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DSRCIM 5
21 Oct 22
Experimental/Electronic
Mantis 0910
Ozlem - (5:23) 86 BPM
Scale - (7:05) 83 BPM
Derinkuyu - (6:49) 85 BPM Hot
Swerve - (5:38) 85 BPM
Trail - (5:57) 53 BPM
Lust - (4:55) 75 BPM
Lavender - (4:38) 76 BPM
Dalgin - (6:05) 84 BPM
Helles - (6:10) 88 BPM
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DSRMTS 0910
14 Oct 22
Experimental/Electronic
Cocoonings
Janeiro Joy - (6:49) 134 BPM
Bass Star - (6:45) 128 BPM Hot
Cocoons - (6:05) 128 BPM
Seismic Space - (7:21) 134 BPM
Review: Over the past few years, Stefan Robbers has enjoyed a productive partnership with Delsin, with the Dutch label releasing a retrospective of his work as Florence as well as a series of Eps under his Terrace name. As is always the case with Robbers's work, there is a strong focus on the future, and Cocoonings is no different. "Janeiro Joy" is a sparse, robotic workout, powered by stop-start rhythms and warbling bass, while on "Bass Star", the seminal Dutch producer takes a trip to a similar star system as Lost Trax to deliver an acid-soaked electro roller. Best of all though is "Cocoons", where he drops the kind of breathy but forceful techno funk that the Terrace project has always been synonymous with.
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DSREEVO 008
30 Sep 22
Techno
Sub-Sonar
Looking Outside - (4:05) 100 BPM
Liberate Truth - (6:33) 122 BPM
Sub-Sonar - (8:34) 120 BPM Hot
1 2 Butterfly - (4:12) 155 BPM
Review: Those with a preference for the deeper end of techno and ambient will find much to love on Sub-Sonar. From the beautiful beatless opening track, "Looking Outside" to the evocative, dubbed out groove of "Liberate Truth", nthng's return to Delsin after a long hiatus is characterised by a tendency towards spaced out melodies and slow-paced tempos. On occasion, that approach changes - as is the case on the crisp break beats of "1, 2 Butterfly", but even this exception is punctuated by shimmering melodic hooks. Otherwise, as the dreamy, textured title track demonstrates, this is tailor made for fans of slow-burning atmospheric electronic music.
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151 DSR
23 Sep 22
Techno
Mirror Maze EP
Buddy - (5:34) 140 BPM Hot
Lemur - (6:06) 140 BPM
Mirror Maze - (5:51) 140 BPM
Gambler - (5:05) 140 BPM
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INERTIA 10
26 Aug 22
Techno
Highly Concentrated
Poly-Mod - (5:36) 129 BPM Hot
Highly Concentrated - (5:03) 120 BPM
Route - (5:13) 124 BPM
Refridgeration - (5:39) 130 BPM
Motor - (5:08) 93 BPM
Invocation For Station Q - (5:26) 100 BPM
Review: Brendon Moeller has released before on the Ann Aimee offshoot, but this time he lands on the Delsin mothership with an EP that spans a range of styles. "Poly Mod" is a lively, abstract affair, with Moeller layering dubby chords over a tingling rhythm and a cavernous bass, while on "Route", he teases out a more understated version of this sound. The title track sees Moeller pivot towards the dance floor, with a groove that's powered by steely drums and swirling filters, while on "Refrigeration", he goes deeper, deploying a muddy bass to guide the listener through a nocturnal soundscape. The ticking percussion and repetitive tones of "Motor" and "Invocation For Station Q" round off this fine release.
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DSRC 17
01 Jul 22
Techno
Mantis 07
Danaba - (5:45) 86 BPM
Fixed Distance - (6:03) 60 BPM Hot
Lifted - (6:35) 55 BPM
Now Attempt - (6:20) 87 BPM
Review: Delsin sublabel Mantis explores the deeper and more hypnotic fringes of techno. On their seventh missive, Tammo Hesselink (Melatonin Man/The Invariants) takes a 'granular approach to techno, using space as a vital ingredient to expose the fine detail in each rhythmic impression and passing texture'. Whether it's the atmospheric polyrhythms of "Danaba", the cerebral minimalism of "Fixed Distance" or the foggy and sinister slo-mo tribal of "Lifted" - this is experimental techno at its most downbeat.
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DSRMTS 07
17 Jun 22
Experimental/Electronic
Mantis 08
Boliver - (6:15) 100 BPM
Choices - (7:46) 84 BPM
Crianza - (8:24) 85 BPM
Mode - (7:32) 129 BPM Hot
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DSRMTS 08D
17 Jun 22
Techno
The End Of Fiction EP
Blazing Star - (7:09) 136 BPM
Unreality - (6:28) 140 BPM
Ideodelika - (6:36) 140 BPM
Hazy Suns - (5:53) 136 BPM Hot
Review: Following 2020's collaborative 9719 release with Wata Igarashi, Voiski aka Luc Kheradmand returns to Delsin with this solo effort. "Blazing Star" sees him wrap soaring synths and insistent bleeps around a pulsating rhythm, while on "Unreality", he uses a similar approach - this time he combines gurgling acid lines with a throbbing electronic groove and shuffling drums. "Ideodelika" favours a more heads-down approach, with the arrangement moving into peak time mode thanks to its insistent, doubled up claps and buzzing 303s. "Hazy Suns" marks a return to the kind of tranced out territory that "Blazing Star" occupies, with Voiski dropping a trippy acid groove, coupled with lush strings.
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150 DSR
03 Jun 22
Techno
Missing Secrets
Satyricon - (9:07) 134 BPM Hot
Hydroxy - (6:00) 135 BPM
Draghixia - (6:32) 133 BPM
Review: When Sterac's Secret Life of Machines was reissued in 2012, it did not contain some of the key tracks from the pioneering 90s long player. Now Delsin has stepped into the breach to put out what are arguably the album highlights on one EP. In contrast to much of Secrets, "Hydroxy" is an understated electro workout - but its common bond with the rest of the album is its sense of melancholia. This sensibility also shines through on the reflective, string-soaked "Draghixia", while Sterac takes melody and depth to spellbinding new heights on the soaring electronic soul of "Satyricon" - one of the greatest tracks of its generation.
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DSRSTC 3
20 May 22
Techno
Shattering EP
Resonate - (5:30) 145 BPM
Shattering - (5:59) 88 BPM
CRS-21 - (6:25) 138 BPM Hot
Sustaining Life - (5:33) 131 BPM
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149 DSR
29 Apr 22
Techno
Carry On In My Name
Lotek - (7:45) 82 BPM
Lion - (6:35) 64 BPM
Bassline - (5:11) 69 BPM Hot
Carry On In My Name - (5:24) 93 BPM
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DSR-E 13
08 Apr 22
Experimental/Electronic
Amb-Kombat
30C Weisse Waesche - (5:50) 130 BPM
Golf - (5:05) 130 BPM Hot
N-Kombat - (4:30) 133 BPM
Rauchen - (4:58) 129 BPM
Review: Delsin re-ignites its Inertia club series with a fine EP from Lennart Wiehe. Unlike many dance floor techno releases, Amb-Kombat is a sophisticated affair that covers a range of styles. It moves from the breathy, sound scapes and understated back beats of "30C Weisse Waesche" to "Golf", where Wiehe drops a dense tribal workout powered by dense kicks and loose percussive patterns. "N-Kombat" sees him go deeper again, but this time in a more dance floor direction, as chiming chords are combined with powerful, steely drums. Rounding off the release, the German producer heads back towards a percussive techno approach on "Rauchen", where he combines layered drum patterns with repetitive bass tones to create a killer club track.
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INERTIA 9
25 Mar 22
Techno
Nocturnal Passions 2014-2022
Reminiscence - (4:47) 123 BPM
Nocturnal Passions (part I) - (6:51) 124 BPM
Consolation - (9:01) 55 BPM
Desolated Grounds - (5:54) 118 BPM
Supernova - (8:25) 111 BPM
Robotic Mutations - (4:36) 120 BPM Hot
Nocturnal Passions (part II) - (6:55) 119 BPM
Voyage - (7:07) 117 BPM
Nocturnal Passions III - (6:22) 116 BPM
GN-z11 - (6:12) 118 BPM
Freefall - (6:09) 120 BPM
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DSR A411
18 Mar 22
Electro
Reference
Disco Alta - (2:45) 125 BPM
Swap File - (5:40) 133 BPM Hot
Neve - (3:32) 138 BPM
Isempty - (1:57) 140 BPM
Emulator Fill - (1:25) 140 BPM
Numerique - (4:13) 113 BPM
Warm Data - (2:28) 120 BPM
Fseek - (2:54) 135 BPM
By A River - (3:40) 130 BPM
Range - (1:51) 110 BPM
Skim Two - (1:47) 127 BPM
Cloud Cover - (2:33) 152 BPM
Polymer - (2:09) 125 BPM
External Adjustment - (1:25) 159 BPM
Blue Screen - (4:17) 125 BPM
Form To Purpose - (2:16) 150 BPM
Reference - (2:47) 120 BPM
Geosat Fill - (1:40) 130 BPM
View - (2:47) 146 BPM
Clean Code - (2:28) 52 BPM
Untitled - (3:00) 144 BPM
Lactate - (4:43) 130 BPM
First - (3:50) 113 BPM
MPC - (3:47) 132 BPM
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DSRCIM 4
10 Jan 22
Experimental/Electronic
Best Of Delsin Records 2021
Various
Sterac - "X-Tracks" - (7:08) 133 BPM
Sierra Romeo - "Tin Rain" - (5:57) 115 BPM
Vril - "Alte Seele" - (4:48) 86 BPM
Artefakt - "Iridescence" - (4:13) 131 BPM
Dino Sabatini - "Lewa" - (6:41) 108 BPM
Lemna - "Dodecahedron" - (6:25) 85 BPM
Jayson Wynters - "The Hunted" - (7:50) 144 BPM
VC-118A - "Serge Extract" - (3:48) 113 BPM
Terrace - "Sonomatic" - (7:21) 127 BPM
Claudio PRC - "Orakle" - (6:35) 127 BPM Hot
Versalife - "Hybrid Form" - (6:10) 137 BPM
Connective Zone - "Seed" - (5:36) 127 BPM
Parallel 9 - "Helix" - (9:38) 134 BPM
Lost Trax - "In Pursuit" - (4:22) 125 BPM
Review: What a year it's been for Delsin. Apart from reissuing classics like the peerless techno of Sterac's "X-Tracks", the label has also cast its gaze far and wide when it comes to releasing new music. This approach has yielded the icy ambience of Vril's "Alte Seele", Artefakt's bubbling, downtempo techno groove "Iridescence" and the hypnotic, mid-tempo drums of Dino Sabatini's "Lewa". On a different tip is Jason Wynters' frenetic electro workout, "The Hunted", while Claudio PRC's "Orakle" pushes Delsin into a somewhat darker direction than usual, courtesy of its murky rhythms. Of course, it wouldn't be a Delsin compilation without some deeper sounds, which are in abundance here courtesy of two other fine reissues - the chiming chords of Parallel 9's "Helix" and Connective Zone's dreamy "Seed".
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DSR 2021
17 Dec 21
Techno
Mind Over Matter
Bring You Back - (5:46) 130 BPM Hot
Under A Spell - (6:23) 130 BPM
In Pursuit - (4:22) 125 BPM
Mind Over Matter - (4:18) 130 BPM
Review: The mysterious Lost Trax collective follow up 2019's Surface Treated on Delsin with this dance floor-focused release. "Bring You Back" is a full-on acid track, led by bleeding 303 lines and crashing snares. Meanwhile, on "In Pursuit", they explore a similar approach, this time with 303s accompanied by mysterious synths and cavernous effects. "Under A Spell" represents the other side of Lost Trax and sees them focus on a pared back rhythm, with steely hi hats underpinning bleary synths, and "Mind Over Matter" is similarly esoteric, with frequency shifting tones unravelling over a wiry Detroit groove. It's another exemplary release from one of techno's most inspired acts
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148 DSR
03 Dec 21
Electro
Zeroes Bites
Gong 603 - (6:13) 86 BPM
Promiza - (7:30) 100 BPM Hot
Tin Rain - (5:57) 57 BPM
Dayszoom - (5:07) 103 BPM
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DSREEVO 007
26 Nov 21
Experimental/Electronic
Shape Shifter 2 EP
Phosphorescence - (5:54) 136 BPM
Cone Of Silence - (6:39) 135 BPM Hot
Hybrid Form - (6:10) 137 BPM
Instinct - (5:45) 135 BPM
Review: Few acts make electro as evocative as Boris Bunnik's Versalife project, and Shape Shifter 2 is no exception. The release moves from the metallic, outer space rhythm and ghostly textures of "Phosphorescence" into a more dance floor-friendly style on "Hybrid Form", where Bunnik uses a throbbing bass and robust drums as the backdrop for subtle melodic flourishes and acid-laced samples. The release takes a turn in a menacing direction with "Instinct", where an ominous sub-bass is combined with rickety drums to conjure up a nocturnal mood. In stark contrast, there's
"Cone of Silence", with Bunnik setting evocative pads to a bubbling groove that oozes machine-designed soul.
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DSRE 12
12 Nov 21
Electro
Qwerty EP
Dude - (6:48) 87 BPM
Seed - (5:36) 127 BPM
Qwerty - (6:03) 126 BPM
Sea Breeza - (7:11) 133 BPM Hot
Review: Originally issued on revered UK label Emoticon back in 2002, Qwerty finally gets a much-needed reissue on Delsin. Straddling deep techno, electro and abstract influences, it's not hard to understand why this four-tracker has remained a deep electronic classic for the past two decades. "Dude" is based on a gentle back beat and warm bass tones, providing the basis for floating synths, while "Seed" sees Connective Zone combine warbling acid lines with ghostly pads and skipping drums. The title track leans more towards electro thanks to its broken beats, while "Sea Breeza" rounds off the release with a pulsating bass and steely kicks, delivering a masterclass in deep techno.
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DSRX 22
05 Nov 21
Techno
Rites Of Passage
Mana - (8:00) 57 BPM Hot
Tonal - (7:11) 63 BPM
Orakle - (6:35) 64 BPM
Review: Delsin welcomes Claudio PRC to the fold. Known for his work on Prologue, Semantica and his own TGP label, he delivers a mesmerising techno release for the Dutch imprint. "Mana" bubbles and trickles along slowly, with Claudio using acid gurgles and shuffling percussion to create a tripped out slow burner. On "Tonal", he edges slightly towards the dance floor; powered by hissing hats and tweaked tones; the combination makes for an understated but effective techno track. The Italian producer remains in club mode for "Orakle", but once again, doesn't follow a typical path, with a shuffling groove resounding to a series of tonal builds and drops.
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DSRC 16
22 Oct 21
Techno
Helix/Gnosis
Helix - (9:38) 134 BPM
Gnosis - (7:44) 138 BPM Hot
Review: Originally released back in 1995, Parallel 9 is a side project from techno innovator Steve Rachmad, and this two-tracker is the first material that he released under this pseudonym. Re-issued on Delsin, both tracks have really stood the test of time: "Helix" is a rolling track with a hypnotic, dubby rhythm at its heart and swathed in swirling synths. Meanwhile on "Gnosis", Rachmad opts for a tougher approach: led by barrelling beats and doubled up claps, it makes for a more clubby version of the dub techno that Basic Channel were pioneering around the same time. Hopefully this re-release will ensure that Rachmad enjoys the same type of adulation that the output on Moritz Van Oswald's label commands.
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DSRSTC 2
01 Oct 21
Techno
The Affect Heuristic
Trace Minerals - (7:42) 134 BPM Hot
The Hunted - (7:50) 144 BPM
Crypto - (6:54) 147 BPM
Tehutis Law - (9:17) 139 BPM
Review: With releases on Ornate and Don't Be Afraid already in his catalogue, Jayson Wynters opens his account for Delsin. At times favouring a darker approach on the release than the label's deep style, this is nonetheless an expertly crafted EP. Wynters drops the high-paced, steely rhythm of "The Hunted" and opts for a more linear sound on the moody, tribal "Crypto". Peppered with moody blips and tones, it's a real heads-down, peak-time affair. On "Trace Minerals", the UK producer invokes the spirit of Delsin's in-house style, with a pulsating bass underpinning atmospheric strings and eerie synths, while "Tehutis Law" charts a similar trajectory, powered by a wiry, Motor City bass.
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147DSR
24 Sep 21
Techno
Unselected ProTracker Mods
Metric - (3:38) 105 BPM Hot
Waevstack - (5:32) 136 BPM
Throughput - (6:02) 130 BPM
Accent One - (3:18) 90 BPM
Crash - (3:35) 88 BPM
Jex Fill - (2:41) 96 BPM
Example - (3:10) 135 BPM
Direct Feed - (4:21) 130 BPM
Envay - (3:26) 125 BPM
Review: Simon Walley aka CiM was instrumental in introducing a new, left field slant to techno during the 90s. This compilation, which is culled from his archives, shows why he continues to be an influential force in electronic music. Unselected oscillates between home-listening tracks like "Metric" and "Throughput" into more dance-floor focused compositions like the Detroit nuances of "Accent One" and the early Black Dog hues of "Example". Even when Walley operates in more abstract spaces, as he does on the dissected drums and tonal blips of "Jex Fill" and the frenetic "Crash", his work maintains a soulful, machine-led undercurrent, marking him out as a truly pioneering producer.
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DSRCIM 3
17 Sep 21
Techno
Lunar Leaps EP
Common Denominator - (8:54) 110 BPM
Dub Denominator - (4:28) 110 BPM
Wanted Escape - (6:24) 120 BPM Hot
Brett (dub) - (6:09) 106 BPM
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DSREEVO 006
18 Jun 21
Techno
Spiritual Machines
Endless - (7:41) 139 BPM Hot
Serge Extract - (3:48) 113 BPM
Soft Spot - (4:20) 134 BPM
Update - (1:09) 134 BPM
Aurora - (6:09) 130 BPM
Lost - (5:31) 140 BPM
System Of Connections - (4:04) 134 BPM
Operator - (3:21) 150 BPM
Spiritual Machines - (6:04) 134 BPM
Industria - (4:53) 104 BPM
Glitch - (0:43) 134 BPM
Voice Message - (4:13) 127 BPM
Machina Overloop - (4:16) 141 BPM
Review: Through aliases like Mohalo and Multicast Dynamics circulating the realms of dub techno and ambient, Samuel van Dijk's VC-118a alias has always been the producer's safe harbour for electro. Keeping his beats dubby and atmospheres deep in Spiritual Machines, VC-118a's fourth album for Delsin (and first following Inside from 2019), presents a distinct connection with glitch, crackle and pop, with transmogrified vocals peppered throughout the LP. By creating his own complement of sample banks, software racks and devices in making the LP, van Dijk was able to work with a hybridised analogue-digital system purely of his own making and the results are abstract, downtempo and hugely atmospheric. Dubbed-out ambient electro with a newfound glitch. Quality.
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146 DSR
11 Jun 21
Experimental/Electronic
Mantis 05
Malayan Banyan - (6:55) 127 BPM
Dodecahedron - (6:25) 85 BPM Hot
Marine Snow Nocturne - (5:12) 128 BPM
Diffuse Reflection - (4:46) 85 BPM
Spinning Dancer - (5:22) 113 BPM
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DSRMTS 05
04 Jun 21
Techno
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