Physical Contact’ leads you into the fray, with sweeping atmospherics, slowly gyrating drums and moody percussion which hides underneath the mix. Slowly the track comes into play, taking you down a minimalist chasm streamlined by distorted vocal samples. ‘Birthplace’ follows the same manipulated moniker, with smashing hi-hats moving you through a progressing drop, one which leaves you freefalling against rolling breaks and an old-school vibe which doesn’t go unmissed. ‘Factories in Manchester’ submerges you into the deep end, with a bassline that becomes heavier layer after layer before you’re finally enveloped by its weight. ‘Hypernormal’ is the EP’s final addition, with clapping snares and a rhythm which skips between each beat pattern. The drums are cut-throat, with a jagged edge that juts throughout the track’s segments and presents a side of Delta9 which is clear competition for any of the more renowned imprints within the scene.
01. Physical Contact 5:12
02. Birthplace 5:00
03. Factories in Manchester 5:36
04. Hypernormal 6:47