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Highly Concentrated
Poly-Mod - (5:36) 129 BPM
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
01 Jul 22
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Mantis 07
Danaba - (5:45) 86 BPM
Fixed Distance - (6:03) 60 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
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.
17 Jun 22
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Mantis 08
Boliver - (6:15) 100 BPM
Choices - (7:46) 84 BPM
Crianza - (8:24) 85 BPM
Mode - (7:32) 129 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
17 Jun 22
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The End Of Fiction EP
Blazing Star - (7:09) 136 BPM
Unreality - (6:28) 140 BPM
Ideodelika - (6:36) 140 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Hazy Suns - (5:53) 136 BPM
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.
150 DSR
03 Jun 22
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Missing Secrets
Satyricon - (9:07) 134 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
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.
20 May 22
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Shattering EP
Resonate - (5:30) 145 BPM
Shattering - (5:59) 88 BPM
CRS-21 - (6:25) 138 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Sustaining Life - (5:33) 131 BPM
149 DSR
29 Apr 22
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Carry On In My Name
Lotek - (7:45) 82 BPM
Lion - (6:35) 64 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Bassline - (5:11) 69 BPM
Carry On In My Name - (5:24) 93 BPM
DSR-E 13
08 Apr 22
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30C Weisse Waesche - (5:50) 130 BPM
Golf - (5:05) 130 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
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.
25 Mar 22
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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
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
DSR A411
18 Mar 22
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Disco Alta - (2:45) 125 BPM
Swap File - (5:40) 133 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
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
10 Jan 22
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Best Of Delsin Records 2021
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 Biggest-selling track on this release
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".
DSR 2021
17 Dec 21
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Mind Over Matter
Bring You Back - (5:46) 130 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
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
148 DSR
03 Dec 21
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Zeroes Bites
Gong 603 - (6:13) 86 BPM
Promiza - (7:30) 100 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Tin Rain - (5:57) 57 BPM
Dayszoom - (5:07) 103 BPM
26 Nov 21
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Shape Shifter 2 EP
Phosphorescence - (5:54) 136 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Cone Of Silence - (6:39) 135 BPM
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.
12 Nov 21
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Qwerty EP
Dude - (6:48) 87 BPM
Seed - (5:36) 127 BPM
Qwerty - (6:03) 126 BPM
Sea Breeza - (7:11) 133 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
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.
05 Nov 21
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Rites Of Passage
Mana - (8:00) 57 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
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.
22 Oct 21
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Helix - (9:38) 134 BPM
Gnosis - (7:44) 138 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
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.
01 Oct 21
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The Affect Heuristic
Trace Minerals - (7:42) 134 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
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.
24 Sep 21
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Unselected ProTracker Mods
Metric - (3:38) 105 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
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.
17 Sep 21
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Lunar Leaps EP
Common Denominator - (8:54) 110 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Dub Denominator - (4:28) 110 BPM
Wanted Escape - (6:24) 120 BPM
Brett (dub) - (6:09) 106 BPM
18 Jun 21
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Spiritual Machines
Endless - (7:41) 139 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
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.
146 DSR
11 Jun 21
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Mantis 05
Malayan Banyan - (6:55) 127 BPM
Dodecahedron - (6:25) 85 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Marine Snow Nocturne - (5:12) 128 BPM
Diffuse Reflection - (4:46) 85 BPM
Spinning Dancer - (5:22) 113 BPM
04 Jun 21
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Mantis 06
Dakarai - (7:53) 112 BPM
Afra - (7:03) 57 BPM
Lewa - (6:41) 108 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Akanke - (6:40) 53 BPM
Review: Mantis 06 is an inspired meeting of minds, as Dino Sabatini teams up with Delsin. Sabatini was one of the architects of hypnotic Italian techno during the early 00s, and this release shows that he has lost none of the flair that characterised his earlier work for Prologue. "Dakarai" revolves around a gentle, organic groove, while on "Afra", he embarks on a darker approach: tribal drums guide the arrangement, which is punctuated by dark textures. "Lewa" follows in a similar vein, as eerie hooks are realised over a hypnotic drum patterns. Meanwhile, "Akanke" is on a totally different tip, with Sabatini dropping hyper active break beats.
04 Jun 21
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X-Tracks - (7:08) 133 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Pacifica - (7:53) 133 BPM
Asphyx - (9:54) 134 BPM
Darkness In My Life - (7:10) 134 BPM
Review: Despite being released a quarter of a century ago, Steve Rachmad's Asphyx release has not grown old. Rachmad was one of the first European producers to make the Detroit template of soulful melodies and dynamic rhythms his own. "Pacifica" and the title track see Rachmad tweak that blueprint to add bubbling, tranced out textures, while on "Darkness In My Life", he articulates a near-perfect fusion of dreamy introspection and rolling drums. But Rachmad reaches nirvana on "X-Tracks" (which for years was mis-titled "Asphyx"), where those unmistakable, swirling melodies will melt even the coldest heart. If you don't already own Asphyx, now is the time to make that change that.
21 May 21
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Days Bygone
Cambium - (5:14) 100 BPM
Orinoco Basin - (4:48) 80 BPM
Iridescence - (4:13) 65 BPM
Half Speed Tape - (3:49) 75 BPM
Terraforming - (5:37) 64 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Wolf Number - (3:52) 68 BPM
Days Bygone - (6:28) 65 BPM
Review: Nick Lapien & Robin Koek's Artefakt project returns to Delsin with a largely ambient LP spearheaded by two experimentally driven beat numbers in "Iridescence" and the skizzy, dubbed-out sounds of "Terraforming". A continual force in exploring various strains of techno and electronica, Days Bygone presents Artefakt with a third studio album cushioned with drone, textural ambience and classical refrains of pianos and ethereal strings. There's percussive and synthwise elements to explore in "Cambium" and "Orinoco Basin" too with tracks like "Half Speed Tape" and "Wolf Number" venturing deep into the watercolours of landscape music.
07 May 21
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Orinoco Basin
Orinoco Basin - (4:48) 160 BPM
Played by: Kezokichi
09 Apr 21
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Borrenbergs 12 EP II
Where's The DJ (Pissbreak mix) - (13:11) 135 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Vinyl Voyage - (10:24) 130 BPM
Diamonds Cut - (8:15) 133 BPM
19 Mar 21
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Isolation EP
Sonomatic - (7:21) 127 BPM
Sunset Route - (8:50) 128 BPM
Magic Potion - (8:05) 128 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Voices From The Moon - (6:57) 127 BPM
Review: Hot on the heels of the magnificent 2020 Florence retrospective on Delsin, Stefan Robbers drops some brand new material for the label. Drawing on the deep Detroit techno sound that inspired him throughout his storied career, the veteran producer stamps his own signature style on these tracks. There's the spiky rhythm and offbeat drums of "Sonomatic"; while on "Sunset Route", the breezy synth melodies that have become Robbers' stock in trade are abundant. "Magic Potion" represents the clubbier side to Robbers' work, with a pulsating groove and clicking percussion underpinning niggling acid lines, but it's only a temporary divergence and "Voices From The Moon" is another atmospheric, off-centre affair.
01 Mar 21
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Alte Seele
Alte Seele (original mix) - (4:48) 86 BPM
Alte Seele (Voiski remix) - (7:32) 112 BPM
Alte Seele (Vril & Marcel Dettmann Bass mix) - (5:08) 89 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Alte Seele (His Master's Voice remix) - (6:17) 140 BPM
Review: After a prolific 2020 with releases on Bad Manners and a collaboration with Rodhad on his WSNWG label, Vril returns to Delsin. The Dutch imprint was one of the first outlets to release his material, so his return is timely. The title track is a brooding, atmospheric piece with celestial synths and low-tempo bass pulses at its heart. Delsin has tapped some respected names to remix the track; Voiski sticks to the original track's tempo, with a mid-tempo rhythm underpinning the emotive, textured sounds. Meanwhile, Vril teams up with Bad Manners boss Marcel Dettmann to drop slinky break beats and euphoric synths on their version of "Seele", while the His Master's Voice remix is the most intense version, led by a booming bass and pounding broken beats.
145 DSR
18 Jan 21
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Best Of Delsin Records 2020
CiM - "Soft Rain" - (4:53) 126 BPM
Varuna - "Trackjam" - (9:51) 99 BPM
VC-118A - "Crunch" - (5:41) 142 BPM
BNJMN - "Atoms Speak" (RRoxymore remix) - (6:01) 126 BPM
Konduku - "Panorama" - (7:04) 122 BPM
Natural & Electronic.system. - "Insecta" - (7:16) 133 BPM
Versalife - "Shape Shifter" - (7:48) 136 BPM
Artefakt - "Delphic" - (6:15) 134 BPM
Wata Igarashi & Voiski Present WAV - "Pronom" - (7:22) 130 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
John Beltran - "Euphoric Dream Ocean" - (7:33) 110 BPM
Wladimir M. - "Planet E" (Skee Mask remix) - (5:26) 140 BPM
Ballet Mechanique - "The Third Ear" - (7:54) 132 BPM
CiM - "Comfort Control" - (3:31) 108 BPM
Forest Drive West - "Invisible" - (7:39) 127 BPM
Wladimir M. - "Evil" - (6:55) 127 BPM
Florence - "The Vineyard" (Moving mix) - (7:56) 126 BPM
Review: Continuing their permeance into contemporary techno culture Delsin Records outta Amsterdam bring together a refined selection of stalwarts and newcomer artists this annual compilation. Scour down the list and you'll find bonus numbers from the likes of Forest Drive West with his classic rhythmic style to headliners like BNJMN, Natural & Electronic.system and WAV, aka Wata Igarashi & Voiski! Intrigues include amethia recordings purge Varuna, all time classic John Beltran (in "Euphoric Dream Ocean") and cosmic broken beat experiments from Wladimir M (think Planet E and Evo Lute). Furthermore, find tracks from electro wizz CiM and go deeper into italian-style techno variations with VC-118A's "Crunch" and of course some OG electro from Delsin legend Versalife. To 2021 and beyond!
DSR 2020
28 Dec 20
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The Vineyard Convextion & Peter Ford Remixes
The Vineyard (Convextion remix) - (6:08) 133 BPM
Exploration (original 1991 mix) - (6:36) 131 BPM
The Vineyard (Peter Ford remix) - (7:57) 126 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Disappointment (instrumental) - (5:39) 138 BPM
18 Dec 20
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Evil - (6:55) 127 BPM
Planet E (Skee Mask remix) - (5:26) 140 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Disappointment (vocal mix) - (5:40) 138 BPM
18 Dec 20
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Embody EP
Embody - (7:52) 132 BPM
The Third Ear - (7:54) 132 BPM
Evolutionary Entities - (5:53) 120 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Radio Atlantis - (7:22) 120 BPM
04 Dec 20
Deep House
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Service Pack
Comfort Control - (3:31) 108 BPM
Friends I've Made - (2:53) 116 BPM
RN.a - (1:31) 144 BPM
Shift - (4:27) 125 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Recursive - (2:05) 125 BPM
Mobile Unit Downtime - (3:32) 95 BPM
Nissan - (3:06) 118 BPM
Asial Fill - (2:00) 110 BPM
Review: Hot on the heels of CiM's recent Series Two reissue comes another evergreen re-release. Service Pack originally appeared on Delsin back in 1999, and pretty much wrote the blueprint for what is sometimes referred to as IDM. There are glitchy, squelchy abstractions sketched out on "Comfort Control" and "Friends I've Made", while on "Shift" CiM effortlessly fuses dreamy Detroit textures with rickety rhythms. "Recursive" sees him segue into As One-style ambient techno stylings and "Nissan" is a gloriously lopsided deep groove. With clubs set to remain closed over the coming months, Service Pack is a timely reminder of the power of home listening electronic music.
13 Nov 20
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Series Two
Bias - (7:59) 129 BPM
Soft Rain - (4:53) 126 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Factory Preset One - (4:38) 130 BPM
View 91 Fill - (1:14) 83 BPM
Edit Micro Tune - (4:38) 125 BPM
Review: Simon Walley aka CiM originally released Series Two on the revered Headspace imprint back in 1999 and now it gets a timely reissue on Delsin. Despite the passage of over two decades, these tracks have not aged. The gentle melodies and bubbling groove of "Soft Rain" is the type of deep techno-house you'd associate with labels like Dial, while on "Bias", fragile bells and emotive synths are wrapped around an faster rhythm. "View 91 Fill" sees Walley deploy an electro arrangement to deliver wide-eyed, uplifting hooks, while on "Edit Micro Tune" and "Factory Preset One", CiM's glitchy, broken beat sound comes to the fore.
30 Oct 20
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Shape Shifter EP
Synapse - (5:51) 134 BPM
Fractal - (7:45) 132 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Shape Shifter - (7:48) 136 BPM
Novelty - (5:39) 133 BPM
Review: Boris Bunnik follows the Manifold long player from earlier this year with another fine Versalife release. Over four tracks, Shape Shifter sees the Dutch producer deliver the type of expansive electro that the project has become synonymous with. There's the warm, rumbling bass and eerie synth lines of "Synapse", where the Versalife project sounds at its most cinematic, while in contrast, there's the stripped back, frosty "Fractal". On the title track, Bunnik lays down metallic kicks and ticking percussion as a basis for wild, acid-led bass licks, while he rounds off this exemplary release with the eerie, layered sound scapes and glitchy percussive ticks of "Novelty".
23 Oct 20
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Crunch - (5:41) 142 BPM
Plonk - (6:24) 140 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
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09 Oct 20
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Mantis 04
Trackjam - (9:51) 99 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Pasop - (6:39) 79 BPM
Ratu - (7:06) 109 BPM
14 Sep 20
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Mantis 03
Cipres - (6:47) 126 BPM
Bulutlar - (5:58) 53 BPM
Panorama - (7:04) 122 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
14 Sep 20
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Hypnagogia (Remixed)
Hypnagogia (Efdemin remix - Part 2) - (7:00) 128 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Hypnagogia (Efdemin's Automatic Drone version - Part 2) - (3:18) 160 BPM
Hypnagogia (Part 2) - (7:28) 128 BPM
Indub (Luigi Tozzi remix) - (6:48) 125 BPM
Indub (original mix) - (5:35) 140 BPM
Atoms Speak (RRoxymore remix) - (6:01) 126 BPM
Atoms Speak (original mix) - (4:35) 128 BPM
Moth Lines (Mattheis remix) - (7:50) 130 BPM
Moth Lines (original mix) - (1:59) 129 BPM
Review: For the latest chapter in the Delsin saga, tracks from BNJMN's 2018 album Hypnagogia get remixed by some of electronic music's most respected producers. First up is Dial mainstay Efdemin, who turns the title track into a deep techno affair, with swirling pads unfolding over a pulsating groove. Luigi Tozzi's take on "Indub" is also from the deeper end of the spectrum, but the Italian producer uses steely drums and ticking percussion to create an atmospheric but effective arrangement. rRpxymore's take on "Atoms Speak" ventures in a different direction, with snappy kicks underpinning clipped percussion and detuned, warbling synth lines.
07 Sep 20
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The Season Series
I Can Chase You Forever - (2:56) 80 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Touch The Blooms - (5:18) 80 BPM
Lustrous Orb - (6:19) 84 BPM
Last Sunset - (6:11) 70 BPM
Tundra - (5:39) 126 BPM
I Must Have Dreamt About You - (3:59) 77 BPM
Sunflower - (7:51) 130 BPM
Lose You - (5:04) 72 BPM
Euphoric Dream Ocean - (7:33) 110 BPM
You Interalize Them - (5:05) 129 BPM
Review: The time is now for John Beltran, a much loved Detroit producer and too often unchampioned legend of the ambient melodica garde. A marquee artist on Delsin for some years now, The Season Series presents a collection of motif-tipped and colorful compositions that draw on beatless atmospheres that on two occasions blissfully trip through classic Detroit house in tracks like "Lustrous Orb" and "Sunflower". Elsewhere, the LP focuses on beatless bleep and melodica in "Euphoric Dream Ocean", "You Interalize Them" and "Lose You", to the almost Enya-like "I Can Chase You Forever". For John Betran fans, this is a must.
03 Jul 20
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Leaves Fallin' Recklessly
Autumn Leaves I - (0:15) 60 BPM
Planet E (English/French) - (10:11) 89 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Goin' South (edit) - (8:37) 70 BPM
Electronic Space - (3:15) 65 BPM
Evil - (6:55) 64 BPM
Disappointment - (5:40) 69 BPM
Autumn Leaves II - (0:13) 91 BPM
Electronic Ambiance - (4:58) 65 BPM
Intercity Dreams - (1:02) 79 BPM
Poem 2411 (live version) - (2:51) 75 BPM
Sex & Lies - (7:46) 87 BPM
05 Jun 20
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Analogue Expressions
Exploration (Mystical mix) - (7:02) 131 BPM
It's In The Hands - (6:24) 120 BPM
Analogue Expressions - (7:08) 125 BPM
Robotica - (7:07) 133 BPM
The Vineyard (Moving mix) - (7:56) 126 BPM
Foreign Dimensions - (6:38) 119 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Quartertraxx - (15:28) 128 BPM
A Touch Of Heaven - (9:15) 129 BPM
Sea Of Tranquility - (6:16) 122 BPM
The Vineyard (Reprise) - (4:01) 126 BPM
Revival - (7:26) 132 BPM
Review: For anyone with a passing interest in 90s European techno, Stefan Robbers' work as Florence is an essential project because while it was inspired by Detroit techno it is shot through with his unique perspectives. The Analogue Expressions reissue on Delsin shines a light on his benchmark Florence Eps for the Eevo Lute Muzique imprint. Ranging from mellow and mournful tracks like "It's In The Hands" and the utterly timeless 'The Vineyard' to the kind of insistent grooves so beloved of Robbers - check the snaking bass and swirling psychedelic synths on "Analogue Expressions" itself - to more hyperactive steely futurism as articulated on "Robotica", this is a truly stellar collection of electronic tracks that still shines brightly after three decades.
29 May 20
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Mantis 02
Marea - (6:06) 125 BPM
Rituale - (6:42) 120 BPM
Insecta - (7:16) 133 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Vespero - (5:19) 130 BPM
Review: The pairing of Antonio Giova and Valerio Gomez de Ayala have only a few releases under the Natural/Electronic System alias, and originally rose to prominence with their expansive, fluid DJ sets. They apply this approach for their debut record on Delsin; "Marea", with its undulating, stripped back groove and dreamy synths, inhabits the same space as XDB, while on "Rituale", they change tact with a stripped back, drum-heavy workout. On "Insecta", the pair picks up the pace for a more dance floor-focused but still deep groove, while this fine, far-reaching release concludes with the atmospheric broken beats of "Vespero".
11 May 20
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Mantis 01
Hidden Past - (7:06) 84 BPM
Invisible - (7:39) 127 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Radiance - (8:08) 127 BPM
Review: Mantis is a new sub-label from Delsin, and it launches in style with a release from Joe Baker aka Forest Drive West. Fans of the UK producer's idiosyncratic releases for Livity and Whities will find much to love here. "Hidden Places" stars the EP in ominous mode, with evocative, swirling shapes floating up over a muscular, sinewy bass and spine-tingling percussion. On "Invisible", Baker heads towards the dance floor with an eerie rhythm bolstered by surging bass that supports haunting textures. It's only a temporary flirtation however, and by the time he reaches "Radiance", a murky soundscape guides the listener towards a subdued finale.
11 May 20
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9719 EP
Pronom - (7:22) 130 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Pomme - (5:49) 128 BPM
Regex - (6:10) 135 BPM
Riff - (6:02) 125 BPM
Review: 9719 is the work of an inspired hook-up: at one end of the world there's Wata Igarashi, who has released on Bunker NY and Time 2 Express, while at the opposite end, there's Voiski with a catalogue that includes work for L.I.E.S. and Dolly. The fruits of their collaboration is just as far-flung; it moves from the dreamy, bubbling groove of "Pronom" into "Pomme", a pulsating slice of peak-time hypno-techno track that would not sound out of place on a Mike Parker EP. " Regex" is also an uptempo affair, but here they use tranced out synth riffs to accompany the pacy rhythm. "Riff" is another irresistible piece, bolstered by a throbbing acidic groove.
03 Apr 20
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Icarus - (7:34) 129 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Ganzfeld Effect - (4:53) 164 BPM
Vapour - (8:34) 110 BPM
Delphic - (6:15) 134 BPM
Review: Artefakt launched their own label, De Stijl, last year, but they now return to their spiritual home, Delsin, for this widescreen EP. "Ganzfeld Effect" is among their most expansive compositions to date, with dreamy synths and droning textures unravelling over subsonic bleeps. On "Vapour", they use rickety, staccato drums as a basis for their ghostly synths, while "Delphic" sees them travel down a broken techno route, accompanied by atmospheric textures. The title track is the most dance floor-friendly affair but even here, Artefakt don't break a sweat, instead focusing on dubbed out drums and a shuffling rhythm as a basis for the track's dreamy melodies.
143 DSR
13 Mar 20
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Best Of Delsin Records 2019
Gunnar Haslam - "Cacique De Poyais" - (13:16) 55 BPM
Claro Intelecto - "Messages" - (6:31) 125 BPM
Mike Golding - "Semaphores" - (6:34) 134 BPM
Repeat - "G-Thing" - (7:30) 135 BPM
Area Forty_One - "Nocturnal Passions III" - (6:22) 116 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Lost Trax - "Surface Treated" - (5:54) 130 BPM
Conforce - "Haedron" - (8:46) 126 BPM
VC-118A - "PCB" - (4:36) 127 BPM
Peel Seamus - "Head Over Heels" - (5:04) 136 BPM
Redshape - "Android Malfunction" - (6:30) 125 BPM
His Master's Voice - "Eve" - (7:48) 93 BPM
Random XS - "Give Your Body" (Delta Funktionen 3AM mix) - (6:46) 130 BPM
Artefakt - "The Fifth Planet" (Evigt M?rker remix) - (6:49) 123 BPM
Conforce - "IO" - (7:22) 93 BPM
Claro Intelecto - "Two Thousand" - (5:53) 125 BPM
Review: Dutch powerhouse Delsin bunkers down for another year with a choice selection of tracks taken from the label's marque artists, regulars and newcomers. The compilation showcases the label's tastemaking approach to embracing a somewhat unidentified strands of dub electro, a new and developing sound harnessed it seems by Delsin this year. Claro Intelcto slathers his track "Two Thousand" with more of the obscene basslines we love the British artist for (with a lighter alternative to be found on "Messages") while Conforce plays with pixelation and subtle subsonic electro pulses in "OI". Gunnar Haslam rivals Porter-Ricks-deepness in his track "Cacique De Poyais" while label boss Peel Seamus warms things up with Detroit-styled keys and synths to offset the deeper, melodic and shimmering dub of new talent His Master's Voice.
DSR 2019
20 Dec 19
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Fire Red - (7:43) 98 BPM
Eve (original mix) - (7:48) 93 BPM
Transition - (8:46) 135 BPM
Eve (Vril remix) - (4:32) 116 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Review: Inspired in name by the EMI series but not in sound, His Master's Voice delivers a wide-ranging debut for Delsin. Transition moves from the atmospheric ambient soundscapes of "Fire Red" and the jittery deep techno as mapped out on "Eve" into something far darker on the title track. There, the author takes his audience on a trip through the nether regions of underground electronic music, guided by a rattling, steely rhythm and militaristic snare rolls that underpin mysterious chords. Maintaining this nocturnal mood, Vril delivers a moody break beat-led version of "Eve" that resounds to eerie bass and crackling percussion - not one to listen to with the lights off.
16 Dec 19
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In Vitro - Volume One
Peace Of Mind (Electrosoul) - (6:12) 130 BPM
Second Blood - (7:17) 90 BPM
It's Getting Late - (6:15) 120 BPM
When The Time Is Right - (8:49) 125 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Two Thousand - (5:53) 125 BPM
Heart (Warehouse mix) - (7:23) 123 BPM
Beautiful Death - (3:48) 100 BPM
Contact - (4:48) 120 BPM
Chadderton - (6:28) 122 BPM
You Not Me - (5:24) 100 BPM
141 DSR
06 Dec 19
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