D5 ‎– Floatation Tank EP

Delsin ‎– dsr/sp2
Vinyl, 12", White Label, EP, Stamped


A Floatation Tank
B Intruders

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dsr/sp2 D5 Floatation Tank EP(12", EP, Ltd, RP, W/Lbl, Cle) Delsin dsr/sp2 Netherlands 2009 Sell This Version


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December 22, 2017
edited about 1 year ago
I've heard this track played out at Soup Kitchen so many times . Always gives me chills. One of the best.


February 24, 2015
edited over 4 years ago
music is the language of gods. here´s the evidence that Techno is included. Intruders on Side B creates a feeling that is so deep that it might feels strange to involve this record in a set in front of people. it´s just so personal, would rather keep it and not carring it to stinky clubs and soundsystems where people knows shit.


January 21, 2014
One of my absolute favorite techno records Subtle but sublime, Worth searching for.


February 16, 2012

I absolutely love this track. It's everything I like about techno and why techno will survive. The melody reminds of an ambient track that was on instinct records back in the day. I will have to look closer. It's on the tip of my brain. Anyways, this track moves well and never forces it's way. It washes over you or can be left on the background as you go about your home routines. I first heard this by chance after going through some older vinyl from Delsin I had early last year and I youtubed d5 to see what he had been up to since I hadn't bought anything since 2006. I was immediately hooked and played it all the morning later that week while I laid in bed at a hotel on a company trip. For 3 hours straight. Its my kind of futuristic ambient techno. Muy bueno!