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Album Review

Collections is the second album from British four-piece Delphic, following their 2010 debut, Acolyte. Recorded after a grueling two-year tour, the album sees the band continue to successfully meld guitars and dance beats while expanding on their original blueprint. The single "Baiya" is also included., Rovi

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Delphic Collections

It's only January but this is already without a doubt my record of the year. Each song pulls in so many different genres and influences, I get something new out of it with every listen. Would really recommend this album!

Disappointed

Acolyte is one of the best records I've ever heard, collections certainly isn't... gutted!

What?!

I can't say I have been this disappointed since MGMT released their second album (which was pants). Stick to what you do best. Doubt, momentary, Acolyte, etc.

Biography

Genre: Electronic

Years Active: '00s, '10s

Inspired by Factory Records, acid house, and the golden days of their Manchester, England hometown in the '80s, Delphic features guitarist Matt Cocksedge, multi-instrumentalist Richard Boardman, singer James Cook, and drummer Dan Therman, who plays at the band's shows. Prior to Delphic, Cocksedge and Boardman were in the guitar-driven indie band Snowfight in the City Centre, but when that group split, the pair wanted to make music people could dance to. They connected with Cook and, following in...
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  • £6.99
  • Genres: Electronic, Music, Rock, Alternative
  • Released: 01 January 2013

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