Much like their geographical near neighbours Rush Hour, Clone and Creme, the point where we run out of superlatives to adorn the releases from Delsin Records is most definitely on the horizon. The label seems to retain an uncanny knack for covering each release in excellence, regardless of whether the artist responsible is well known or hitherto unheralded. Their latest definitely falls under the latter, with Hazylujah coming correct on Too Many Ghosts, a debut four track EP that reveals the fledgling Italian producer to already possess an enviable mastery of murked out, smudgy techno. The title track is an undeniable highlight, shifting into focus through the mists of grey noise and dragging your senses through the deepest recesses of detuned analogue textures and hollowed out rhythms across eight haunting minutes that sound like Actress doing dub techno. The three other tracks are just as idiosyncratically good and this is yet another Delsin release that deserves your full attention.
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