7.14 € (outside of the e.u.) / 8.50 € (e.u., incl. v.a.t)
Quite an interesting début by this full length album by Russia's (apparently) young producer Delete, but also something which doesn't take long to reveal its main influence; dusty, melancholic garage rhythms, melancholic electronica and yes, even some weirdly edited rave tones: Delete obviously likes Burial a lot, and it shows. While the originality of this album might suffer a bit from such an obvious homage, one could think of a worse musician to follow, making of "Predatory Things Of A Minute" a very pleasant thing to listen to. The production is really quite good for a newcomer, there are some fresh ideas (mostly calmer, longer tunes) thrown in towards the end of the album, making of it all a solid album, even though originality might not be the key here.