Boomkat Product Review:
This is Taho's first release on Delsin but according to the sales notes he is a producer who's been in the business since before the label even came to life over a decade ago, releasing material on Laurent Garnier's F-Comm label all the way back in 1994. The set kicks off with "Energy of Fields" - one of those rare tracks that propels itself forward without any percussion or bassline - a beatless construction that just builds and builds in one continuous crescendo that only really seems to let up the pace as it comes to an end. "Detroit" is up next - and it's a total game-changer. The percussion finally makes an appearance and it's beautifully alligned with classic Berlin dub-stabs a la vintage Jeff Mills - heavy heavy wares that we found ourselves turning up several times in it's relatively short 5 minute lifespan - immense stuff. "Forest Of Wonders" on the flipside, meanwhile, gives a nod to the Minimal heads among you with a spacious bleep-track full of the finest metallic percussive clunks and padded basslines imaginable, before heading back into the darkest side-streets of Berlin with a Maurizio-style arrangement of stabs and immaculate percussion. Once again - another ace twelve from Delsin.