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Various Artists - Kontor Sunset Chill 2016 (2016)  Music

Posted by vItOrrEs2009 at June 10, 2016
Various Artists - Kontor Sunset Chill 2016 (2016)

V. A. - Kontor Sunset Chill 2016 (2016)
Label: Warner Bros | MP3 320 kbps CBR | 237:13 min | 543 mb
Chill Out, Deep House, Lo-Fi, Downtempo

It is to be back in time with the Kontor Sunset Chill 2016 away from it and to put themselves in time for the summer in a holiday mood. Sunny vibes, cool beats, little sounds and quiet voices provide the soundtrack to a relaxed attitude to life and invite you to chill out on the sofa or the sunbed a. Among the starters, the crème de la crème is the producer, musician, remixer and singer who deliver on three CDs a sound cocktail of 60 Deep House and Chillout beads. Overall, a mixture that holds something for everyone and a must for any travel bag this summer is.

Satin Jackets - Panorama Pacifico (2016)  Music

Posted by vItOrrEs2009 at April 8, 2016
Satin Jackets - Panorama Pacifico (2016)

Satin Jackets - Panorama Pacifico (2016)
Label: Eskimo Belgium | MP3 320 kbps CBR | 65:47 min | 150 mb
Electropop, Nu Disco, Indie Dance

(Mr) Satin Jackets is both the name of duo Tim Bernhardt and Den Ishu and the fictional protagonist of their songs (depicted here on the cover of their debut album as a Money For Nothing-style computer graphic). The 80s influences continue way beyond the sleeve as the music is pure white linen suit, palm tree and breezy ocean territory. There are 12 smooth FM synth gems on here including hit singles "You Make Me Feel Good", "Shine On You" and "We Can Talk". If a neon-tinged pop-house update of vintage synthpop is your thing, then this is most definitely your album.

Various Artists - The Orange Collection (2015)  Music

Posted by vItOrrEs2009 at May 14, 2015
Various Artists - The Orange Collection (2015)

V. A. - The Orange Collection (2015)
Label: Eskimo Belgium | MP3 320 kbps CBR | 63:43 min | 146 mb
Disco, Nu-Disco, Synth-Pop

Eskimo Recordings' colour-themed compilation series has thus far delivered enjoyable material in spades, with the first three albums providing a mix of sun-kissed nu-disco, woozy nu-Balearica, Italo-tinged chuggers, sumptuous syntyh-pop and atmospheric deep house. The Orange Collection, the fourth volume in the series, continues in this vein. Packed with colourful synths, tactile rhythms and vibrant vocals, highlights include the chiming nu-Balearic pop of This Soft Machine, the cheery Italo revivalism of Tarjei Nygard and Are Foss's "Flog", and the quirky Scandolearic deep house wooziness of Trulz & Robin's collaboration with fellow Norwegian Ost, "Find My Love".