Delorean ‎– Ayrton Senna



Big Dipper

Versions (4)

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
MP96 Delorean Ayrton Senna(12", EP) Mushroom Pillow MP96 Spain 2009 Sell This Version
FHEP003 Delorean Ayrton Senna(12") Fool House FHEP003 France 2009 Sell This Version
none Delorean Ayrton Senna(5xFile, AAC, EP, 256) Fool House none France 2009
MP115 Delorean Ayrton Senna(CD, EP) Mushroom Pillow MP115 Spain 2009 Sell This Version


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April 28, 2014
referencing Ayrton Senna, 12", EP, MP96
im looking for a copy. contact me i offer it well


January 31, 2013
referencing Ayrton Senna, 12", FHEP003
Looking for a copy! PLease contact me :)


September 12, 2011
edited over 5 years ago
referencing Ayrton Senna, 12", FHEP003
Please contact me if you are selling the Fool House 12" version.


March 31, 2010
referencing Ayrton Senna, 12", EP, MP96
Here in Spain we couldn't quite believe it when Pitchfork gave a very high note to this EP and began the Delorean overhype in a sudden. They actually deserve it: their New Order approach to the DFA sound that could be found sometimes in their Delorean album and everytime in the Metropolitan Death and Into The Plateau/Transatlantic KK is unique and addictive, and here they changed the sound just a bit. Less melodramatic, with lots of nods to the electronica scene during the 90s (oldschool loops, some diva voices at the background, pianos), wise production choices that show that they have good taste taking their influences (the "Happy House"-like piano - from Juan McLean, that is - in Big Dipper), it's actually a great advance of what would come in their following album, Subiza.

New Order is still there, but also lots of other things that make those four songs an addicting experience, and much happier and brighter than their previous work. So maybe the hype is overwhelming, but the songs are really good.