Various - Odd Sox Vol.2
Following on from the odd pair of sox that was OddSox Vol. 1, we have been busy curating our next journey and we have recruited some fine talent to guide us on this ride. We go across the globe, straddle the stratosphere before going on an interstellar adventure.
Leading the way is Switzerland’s M44K. Gaining a proper reputation online for his sublime edits and lo-fi cuts (last year’s E-Beamz with DJ Seinfield for example), we have caught M44K on a serious deep exploration with infectious bassline and dreamy pads. We couldn’t think of a better way to lift off OddSox Vol. 2 than ‘Marsone.’
Parisian, Larry Houl, follows up with ‘Algerian Flag on the Moon.’ Another elbow moving bassline that you’ll be humming nonstop, and some sumptuous, glorious pads. Working closely with Flabaire in Secret Value Orchestra and a release on London imprint Feelings LDN, Larry is absolutely one to look out for!
Flipping over to the B, let your mind and soul wander with ‘Mesta.’ With a delightful release on Blind Jacks Journey and his own label dropping serious heat from Harrison BDP, Aleksandir delivers a divine blend of dream house and rough, rugged, rumbling bass.
Bringing us back down to earth is a man from Portland, who is on some serious form. Coming to our attention with his release on 100% Silk, Akasha System’s deep and dark ‘Astral Jam’ ends the cosmic trip with a bang.