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In 18 Sets
- 46 Tracks, 46.07.12
- 191 Tracks, 22.34.46
- 4 Tracks, 29.18
- 10 Tracks, 44.00
- 20 Tracks, 2.18.39
Delsin’s house series is back once again, this time with mysterious producer Low Jack about who very little is known. He has released but one EP so far, an EP that was both ballsy and techno and deeper and mid tempo. His Free Pyjamas EP is house, of course, but thick, dense, gauzy textures fill every inch of the airwaves throughout.
The title track is a big barrelling loop of warehouse music that has rattling drum fills, muffled r&b vocals and plenty of noise in its heart. And flipping to the bside, ‘LJs Jam’ is even more fucked up, with harsh, raw drums hidden under layers of dust, static and hiss. Various synths add some ethereal light to the backdrop and a vocal struggles to be heard in the midst of all the chaos.
Finally, 'The White Towel' is a crunchy groove, with melancholic melodies dampening down the sonic destruction all around. Light yet dark, heavy yet groovy, it closes out a wholly arresting EP from this little known talent.
First 100 copies limited coloured vinyl through the Delsin webshop
Release/catalogue number: dsr-h5
Release date: Jan 28, 2013