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Delsin Unveil 100DSR Compilation Tracklist



Long running Dutch imprint Delsin have revealed further details of their milestone 100th  release and upon reaching treble figures will be marking the occasion with a series of plans to celebrate the landmark release.

5 various artist EP’s will be released to celebrate issuing the 100DSR catalogue number each to be released separately in addition to being compiled into a special vinyl boxset and CD containing all released tracks.

Label founder and boss Marsel Delsin explains the concept behind the set of new releases stating “With this compilation I tried to go back to the core of Delsin [and] showcase more soulful but still raw techno sounds from a selection of key artists who best represent the label. The tracks are all individual offerings but are tied together with the common themes of the label, and as a compilation will paint a nice overall picture.” 

But who are these artists that Mr. Delsin himself has earmarked to showcase the “core’ of his imprint? Well the first EP is set arrived back in June featuring efforts from Gerry Read, Claro Intelecto and Unbroken Dub before further releases are sporadically distributed over the rest of the year featuring the sounds of Redshape, Sawlin, Delta Funktionen, John Beltran and Conforce amongst many others.

Check out the full tracklisting of the compilation due out November 18th and the first EP 100DSR/VAR1 below

Tracklist01. Claro Intelecto – Fighting The Blind Man02. Gerry Read – Granny Bag03. Unbroken Dub – Spacing04. CiM – Way Station05. Conforce – Wave Trace06. Sawlin – Zeitstempel07. Mike Dehnert – Passenger08. Area Forty_One – Supervoid09. Ross 154 – Moon FM Desire10. Convextion – Verna11. BNJMN – Dive12. Delta Funktionen – Petrol13. A Made Up Sound – Rear Window (Shattered)14. Herva – Radio’s Mutterings15. Bleak – Keep Me Close16. Hazylujah – Dream Logic17. D5 – Stem Cell18. Redshape – 100 (Classic Mix)19. Claro Intelecto – Heart (Warehouse Mix)20. John Beltran – Return To Nightfall

Grahame Farmer

Grahame Farmer’s love affair with electronic music goes back to the mid-90s when he first began to venture into the UK’s beloved rave culture, finding himself interlaced with some of the country’s most seminal club spaces. A trip to dance music’s anointed holy ground of Ibiza in 1997 then cemented his sense of purpose and laid the foundations for what was to come over the next few decades of his marriage to the music industry.

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