Flora is back with the 3rd edition of Vines, which was released on March 12th. First up on the VA, DSF brings a lighter affair with his piece “Aroma”. Keeping in line with his love for musicality, DSF brings orchestral arrangements and deep ambience to the table. Track two sees the debut from production duo Day By Day. Taking things in to darker deeper waters, their track “Diablo” is laden with vocal chants and uplifting textures.
Next up Lowell Hales returns with his track “Crossfade”. Entering into more of a tension building mood, this brooding piece takes the dancer on a far off journey. Last but not least, San Francisco producer Miguel Alvarado taking things up a notch to cap off this release. Another one of the latest new members to Flora family, Miguel brings his penchant for percussion and deep spacey synth work to a crescendo with his track “Tunnel”. Overall it’s a very complete VA, each piece brings strengths, and everyone find his place.