Physical Therapy Debuts on Delft

'909 Reasons Why' is scheduled for November 4 release.
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Berlin-based Daniel Fisher (a.k.a. Physical Therapy) is set to debut on Delft with his 909 Reasons Why EP.

The release comes after a stellar year of releases on Liberation Technologies, alongside his own Allergy Season imprint. It also follows his contribution to the Multivalence Vol.1 various artists EP on Valence—the Delft sister label also run by Kevin McHugh (LA-4A/Ambivalent). Set for release in late September, that 12" also features contributions from Avalon Emerson, Ambivalent & Matrixxman and Toms Due.

Title track "909 Reasons Why" wastes little time establishing the tone. An urgent but playful swathe of sirens teases in a substantial kick, the gateway to six minutes of offbeat techno, compelling enough to command the room during Fisher’s increasingly regular Berghain slots, but losing none of the experimental detail that has defined his work so far. "Leipzig Swing" is a lumbering, slightly menacing drum workout; while "Gasoline" rounds off the record with an industrial and playful trip into the weirdest end of Physical Therapy’s processes.

Tracklisting:

A. 909 Reasons Why
B1. Leipzig Swing
B2. Gasoline

909 Reasons Why is scheduled for November 4 release.