- Amsterdam based
- Founded by Peel Seamus in 1996
Yagya inspired this note
I decided to take note of the label while listening to some of his music.
Anytime I listen to one track from this album, a Yagya binge starts! Easily some of my favourite all time dub-techno records.
I found this album, or this album found me, at a pivotal time. It was when I was getting more intentional about digging for ambient leaning music, and this was one of the first albums that made me feel like "this is a sound I expect to be in my life forever"
Right up there with the likes of Huerco S. & Datassette, in terms of how dear I hold the sound to me. There's a healthy variety of sub-genres explored in here, some soundscapey feels, tension filled dub-influenced sounds, techno, deep-lofi house, grunge & granular too.
Also a big fan of the album cover. It has a dystopian feel to it, and matches the sound pretty well.
The bass in this track has an ear-shattering feel to it. love it!
ps: I had no idea this was a Delsin release until the time of writing this note😂
Konduku is a staple in my dub & bass playlist - meaning he sits at the intersection between dub techno, and bass music.
He quickly became a staple in most of my mixes. I would recommend an exploration of his entire discography, it's filled with quality!
He's another one who knows how to manipulate the feeling of tension in his music. Dances around bass that sucks you into your headphones, paired with moments of relief.
I can say without a doubt, this was one of my favourite albums in 2019. It has remained a staple in the playlists & mixes, timeless record for me.
thick blanket of pads... there's a consistent heaviness... wields weighty sound matter with precision
- Snippets from his spotify bio
dub & bass
In no particular Order
I don't think I've given the entire album a listen 🤔Ought to make time for that
The algo delivered a banger in Jan 2023.