After his initial breakcore, dubstep and electro beginnings as Math Head and Campos Verdes, Brooklyn's wunderkind Ben Deitz made his debut as Passions in 2007 with the explosive single "Emergency", which swept the dance charts instantly, gaining acclaim from artists like Girl Talk, MSTRKRFT, Simian Mobile Disco, Fischerspooner. After perfecting a riotous style of electro-punk with a multitude of remixes and chaotic live shows, the sound of Passions evolved into much more personal, darker, colder, atmospheric post-punk experiments that remind us of Cabaret Voltaire and Joy Division. He had something to tell us about how he was feeling inside. Ben unexpectedly passed away on May 9, 2015, leaving us his Passions album, a precious gift of his talented spirit. A gift that Dead Wax Records presents in the form of a passion-red, translucent vinyl, housed in a heavy matt finish sleeve with black inner sleeve. An exclusive short run of 265 copies.