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|1.||Michael Mayer - "Not So Far Away" (5:20)|
|2.||The Velvet Circle - "Vertigo" (4:38)|
|3.||Mount Obsidian - "Ride" (feat Charlotte Jestaedt) (5:32)|
|1.||Superpitcher - "Monterrey Paris Texas" (feat Daniel Maloso) (7:20)|
|2.||Golden Bug & The Liminanas - "Variation Sur 3 Bancs" (4:39)|
|3.||Rebolledo Y El Nino Paulor - "Cruising Nevada" (4:53)|
|1.||Fantastic Twins - "Between The Dog & The Wolf" (4:35)|
|2.||Gen Pop - "Aride" (5:16)|
|3.||Sascha Funke - "In Der Tat" (6:28)|
|1.||Paulor - "We" (6:12)|
|2.||Mount Obsidian - "Casa Delfines" (Cubenx edit) (3:50)|
|3.||Lake Turner/WEM/Hand - "East County Lines" (5:08)|
Kompakt have a knack for calling on their impressive pool of talent and pushing them in interesting conceptual directions. So it goes on this second volume of Velvet Desert Music, where the mysterious allure of arid climes meets with the slinky grooves of the 70s and 80s. It's a style the likes of Michael Mayer and Superpitcher can turn their hand to in style, and likewise the likes of Mount Obsidian do a stunning job capturing a dusty soundtrack atmosphere on "Ride". Look out for the jangling death funk march of Sascha Funke's "In Der Tat", a clear highlight.
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