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His Master’s Voice: Transition

His Master’s Voice ‘Transition’ is a thoughtful and mature record that demonstrates Bomt’s mastery of additive production techniques.

Conforce: Haedron EP

Haedron EP marks Bunnik’s twelfth release on Delsin, reflecting the consistency and ability synonymous with his output.

Gunnar Haslam: Cacique De Poyais

What links and unifies so many of Haslam’s releases, including this one, is the ability to cultivate hypnotism – an ethos that has resonated throughout the catalogue of Delsin over the years.

Vril: Anima Mundi

This is straight up space music: aliens, black holes, astronauts, star ships. Contained are absolutely massive beats and bottomless synth pads. ‘Anima Mundi’ is acidic, burning away the rust to reveal the shiny underbelly of a rocket ship headed to a distant solar system. This is true stargazing music, made for asking the biggest questions of our existence.

Artefakt: Kinship

Artefakt, with Kinship, have crafted something for the serious techno lovers, the people listening consciously and the boundaries in-between. Under scrutiny and overall, they’ve built a solid album of sustenance and no cream cheese filling.

Q3A: Space Chamber

Hungarian producer Route 8 makes his debut appearance on Dutch imprint Delsin under his Q3A guise, serving up a solid, aptly-titled four-tracker that put on a fine mixture of house, techno and electro.

Conforce: Presentism

If somebody were to ask you what ‘sub-aquatic’ techno sounds like, ‘Presentism’ is the direction you might point them in with the caveat that whilst it is, indeed, the sound of submerged electronics, there’s absolutely a foot on the dry and precise land of the dance floor too.

Gunnar Haslam: Ataxia No Logos

Both curiously languid and fast-paced, hot and cold, Ataxia No Logos resists easy interpretations and judgmental approaches by simply remaining an evasive object of musical desire. The epitome of sexiness.