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VA - Matt Walsh Presents The Clouded Vision Experiment, Level 2 (2015)

22-02-2015, 06:32
Music | Electronic | Deep House | Disco



VA - Matt Walsh Presents The Clouded Vision Experiment, Level 2 (2015)

Artist: Various Artists
Title Of Album: Matt Walsh Presents The Clouded Vision Experiment, Level 2
Year Of Release: 2015
Label: Clouded Vision
Genre: House, Disco,Indie Dance,Nu-Disco
Quality: MP3 CBR 320 kbps
Tracks: 22
Total Time: 02:36:53
Total Size: 395 MB

Tracklist:
01. Eskimo Twins - Elegy (07:44)
02. Dark Strands - Exiles of Fortune (05:43)
03. Few Nolder - Temper (07:14)
04. Vicky Montefusco - Nothing To Declare (06:29)
05. Richard Norris - Dim the Lights (07:48)
06. Demian - With Love & Voodoo (06:43)
07. Kiwi - Alpaca (07:34)
08. Pulp Disco & The Outcasts - 3.142 (06:48)
09. I.D.R. & Tunnel Signs - Runner (08:18)
10. Remote - Alcyone (Matt Walsh Remix) (07:52)
11. Dimitri Veimar - Hellinois (08:09)
12. Steve Cook - Zoid (06:38)
13. The Hacker - The Outer Limits (06:14)
14. Club Bizarre - Pepou (07:17)
15. Hannah Holland - Nyctophilia (08:49)
16. In Fields - Best of Three (05:01)
17. Markus Gibb - Dawn (08:07)
18. Tkuz - Bailemos Con El Diablo (05:52)
19. Markas - Over There (06:58)
20. Forty Fings Dynamo - Shovel Tame (07:18)
21. Pete Callard - Bcdc (06:52)
22. Scot Dech - Electric Power (07:13)

Clouded Vision boss Matt Walsh's first mix CD, The Clouded Vision Experiment, gained plenty of praise on its 2012 release. Three years on, he's finally got round to putting together a follow-up. As with its predecessor, The Clouded Vision Experiment Level 2 aims to join the dots between bouncy, electro-influenced techno, warehouse-friendly tech-house, glistening nu-disco (see the Eskimo Twins' "Elegy") and hard-to-define, dancefloor-friendly electronica (Richard Norris's "Dim The Lights" being a great example). The unmixed portion of the collection is full of gems, including tracks and remixes from The Hacker, Pulp Disco & The Outcasts (whose P-funk goes-acid banger "3.142" stands out) and the brilliantly named Forty Fingers Dynamo.







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