Years Of Delirium Part 2

Years Of Delirium Part 2








1x Vinyl 12" EP



Release date

Jun 14, 2019

After the success of their first white label series Haven returns with another special offering for all the Keepsakes followers out there. With 'Years Of Delirium Part 2" Haven is pressing the stand out tracks from Keepsakes' 2016 digital-only EPs with Dutch label Obscuur and France's T/W/B. The A1 kicks off the EP with "Peel It Off". Featuring a gargantuan kick drum, rolling percussion, and a boisterous transforming synth line, this track originally gave a monstrous opening to 2016's "Huff Trax" EP. This is followed by "Why Oh Why Oh Why Oh Why" off the same release on the A2, defined by its gabber kick, wonky drum rhythms and breakdowns pushing a uplifting synth line and demented diva vocals in a bizarro techno banger. The B-side then focuses in on the best of Keepsakes' 2016 release with T/W/B. The B1 begins this side with "Shame Stains", a tried-and-tested distorted smasher with a wild scratchy synth line and swung drum patterns guaranteed to keep bodies moving. Finally the record closes with "Downtown Fuckboy Feel My Wrath", a frenzied and energetic dance floor killer with crunchy drums and a chaotic yet catchy overdriven synth patch that should make fans of no-nonsense frenetic techno feel right at home.

Media: Mi
Sleeve: M


*Taxes included, shipping price excluded


Peel It Off



Why Oh Why Oh Why Oh Why



Shame Stains



Downtown Fuckboy Feel My Wrath


Other items you may like:

Compression and expansion, focus and surrender, tension and release - the elusive state of balance is less of an inert, perfect condition than it is an interaction or moderation over time between polarized points. Rarely is it defined nor clearly prescribed. Through careful examination of the factors and conditions involved can a possible pathway be uncovered, in any particular scenario. The attached transmission is not a declaration of balance, nor a prescription towards it. But rather, it is like a snapshot captured of an object in motion.
Swedish Romb Records doesnt release much... but when they do its something to look out for!! Here Patrick Richard with two cuts of deep, atmospheric space techno. The tracks are built on thick layers of sounds, aimed at taking the dancefloor on a journey through space to distant nebulae. Recommended.
Direct from the Midwest Clear is proud to present four tenacious hardware workouts from Juzer.
Debut for the 22 year old, talented Georgian artist Nicole Popkhadze, Batumi born but Tbilisi based and already referred to as one of the leading Dj & Producers from the vibrant Georgian club Scene.
A Colourful Storm launches a series of 12” singles focusing on lesser spotted dancefloor gems: the first, two classics from the golden era of bleeps’n’bass Techno with nods to Sheffield but apparently originating closer to Miami. Bassline monsters properly remastered by Mike Grinser at Manmade Mastering, Berlin. Watch those speakers!
HVL's acidic persona Kiyadama joins the Tabernacle offshoot.

This website uses cookies to offer you the best online experience. By continuing to use our website, you agree to the use of cookies.