Sunken Clouds EP
Dave Machine arrives on Delight Records with his release, Sunken Clouds. It offers an exploration of breaks, breakbeats and the undefined sounds between, crafting dancefloor tunes that at times can feel ethereal and spacey.
Hell Yeah Acid EP
Nofloor returns to the label with Hell Yeah Acid, bringing a mix of breaks, garage and house, all inspired by the acid music movement.
Joining him are remixers Drakken and Keinewave, rounding out this release as a delight for bass lovers.
Angus Green returns to Delight with a new release featuring Flip, a funky house number to keep those toes tapping and Got Me Running, a dirty tech house track with some fun vocal cuts. Plus remixes from File Explorer and Zayler.
This is Delight Records 2023
A collection of music from some of our favourite artists, all residing in Melbourne, Australia. A soundscape of electronic genres. Featuring Zayler, Rex The Bard, Qontent, Mrs Wallace, Kit Kat, nofloor and Crazy Daylight.
LIKE A MOVIE
Featuring the vocals of Cotter, Like A Movie is a swelling progressive house track filled with echoing vocal lines and chops. His second track Lustre brings feel good house with a touch of future bass. We also welcome back Aaron Static who delivers a mesmerizing and crunchy future garage remix.
WHEN I DIE DANCE
Olsen Umbrella brings a personal exploration of sound through minimal electronica, house and progressive breaks, showcasing his eclectic taste. File Explorer returns with a remix exploding with trancey speed house and bass, while label head Zayler closes out the release with a downtempo beat.
Crazy Daylight arrives with a trio of bass house tunes filled with funk and quirky basslines. Along for the ride is label regular Angus Green with a tech house remix of Bang!, plus a new name to the scene, File Explorer, mixes UK Garage into Acid Breaks in his remix of Phat Couch.
I’VE BEEN THINKING
SADIVA comes with a modern flip of the classic ‘I Like It’ by DeBarge, with boom bap sampled hip-hop beats laid over the energised melody. Drum and bass producer Aaron Static offers an old school jungle remix perfect for the ravers, while the RaptorHandz remix delivers a clever hybrid of footwork and juke elements.
WHERE I SHOULD BE
It feels right to have Melbourne music maker Angus Green as the first to release on Delight Records. He brings his own sound to this release, creating 2 funky house tracks with some UKG flavour. Accompanied by a remix from label head Zayler with a quirky bassline and hip hop beat, this is the start of the Delight Records catalogue.
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