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  1. Delsin are pleased to gather together some of the highlights from the rich and varied catalogue of Manchester-based producer Claro Intelecto. From his earliest works on Ai Records through a prolific run on Modern Love to his more recent outings on Delsin, Mark Stewart has continually presented a vision of electronic music that uses the Detroit blueprint as a launch pad for his own distinctive strain of techno. Moving from elegant beauty to rabid intensity while grounded by a firm sense of rhythm, his catalogue runs deep and wide. This expansive compilation filters out select highlights from across his discography, and reframes them as a compelling overview of a truly distinctive voice in modern electronic music. https://www.delsinrecords.com/release/6555.php/claro-intelecto/in-vitro-volume-one https://soundcloud.com/delsinrecords/claro-intelecto-two-thousand
  2. long awaited reissue of this classic. "3xLP re-mastered, re-cut, a full 11 tracks deluxe edition incl inlay with liner notes of this timeless gem. "As Jochem Peteri returns his attention to the jewels buried in his back catalogue, including last year's reissue of the 154 LP Strike, it's a relief to know this understated rough diamond is getting the appropriate reissue treatment." https://www.delsinrecords.com/release/6254/newworldaquarium/the-dead-bears
  3. Incredible! The debut solo 12" release of B12's Mike Golding will be out on Delsin on 29.04.2019. https://www.delsinrecords.com/release/6231/mike-golding/the-beginning-ep
  4. http://clarointelecto.bandcamp.com/album/exhilarator Sounds great
  5. ''Atmospheric and ambient dub master Yagya serves up Stars And Dust, his seventh full length album and second on Delsin. It finds the Icelandic artist perfectly pair melody and minimalism to create ten more tender tracks that will sooth both body and mind with a range of very real emotions. Electronic but organic, it is another complete work that encourages you to lay back and get lost in sumptuous sound''.
  6. Pretty decent stuff IMO http://www.delsinrecords.com/release/4240/herva/instant-broadcast
  7. http://www.delsinrecords.com/release.php?idxRelease=3783 Sound good to me!
  8. DynArec needs no further introduction. After big releases on Labels like Delsin, Kondi, Nature Records, Southern Outpost or Puzzlebox, he will release his first 12" for Solar One Music. Deep aquatic techno/electro at the highest level. All will presented on the new "Elektronische Werke" series on Solar One Music. Enjoy it as we do! Releasedate: mid december
  9. "After the well-received and career-spanning compilation that was 2011's Ambient Selections, John Beltran returns with a brand new album entitled Amazing Things, due for released on Delsin records in March 2013." "As a life long pioneer of ambient soundscapes, blissful downbeat and stirring techno, Michigan born John Beltran already has his place in history assured with a bulging back catalogue that takes in influential releases on vital labels like Peacefrog and R&S. This new 17-track album sees the man draw on his lifetime in music to craft an immediately timeless body of work that's stuffed with genuine musicality, pregnant with emotion and laden with organic blissfulness." "Since Beltran’s last original full length, he admits a lot has changed. "I'm using all new gear and virtual synths that I didn't have when writing Human Engine so it sounds different for sure. And let's just say that this album still wouldn't be finished had a friend not turned me on to the software Omnisphere." "Despite new tools and techniques, Beltran’s touch still shines through in his floating arrangements, opposing textures and organic resonance, as do the continued influences of favourite artists including Four Tet, Thom Yorke and Johnny Greenwood." "There was no real plan [for the album]. Some of these songs ("Clouds Pull") are over two years old. This album is truly an accumulation of music inspired by my life as a new father but I didn't write these songs for an album per say. I guess it was just written with a lot of love." "Love - and feelings thereof - permeate the album from start to finish. Tracks like opener "Retrouvailles" immediately submerge you into a utopian world with the distant sound of a playground coming over like the backdrop to a daydream, whilst more kinetic, splintered efforts like "Het Leven is Mooi" recall the aforementioned patchwork beauty of Four Tet, and "Flower Power Submarine" carries you along on a warm summer breeze." "Importantly, dark is contrast with light throughout, so more sombre, melancholic drifts like "For Vangelis" sit next to the more uplifting violins and raindrop melodies of "Broken Machines". Overall a mature and hugely resonant album for grown-ups, Amazing Things is full of just that." https://soundcloud.com/delsinrecords/john-beltran-amazing-things delsin / listen http://www.delsinrecords.com/release.php?idxRelease=3313
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