Isolate returns with another supreme set of ‘Mutations’. Taking off where the inaugural V/A collection left us last September, once again the cosmic message is clear thanks to its corral of exciting forward-thinking international talent. Seven tracks in total, each one tailored for the deepest of excursions, it’s time to mutate…
The compilation take off in Italy as Rome’s Aldebaran commences the collection with ‘Hold Me Down’, a lavish, undulating piece of driving vocal house. It’s backed by another crystalline construction as Jepe follows his beautiful album ‘The Realm’ on Mood Music with the equally stunning ‘Behind Closed Doors’.
Elsewhere Musumeci takes us deep into contemporary Italo territories with the brazenly euphoric ‘Nemesis’, Isolate’s own Alican takes the reigns with the dramatic stampede that is ‘Things That Make No Sense’, Dodi Palese follows his recent Innervisions appearance with an arpeggio thunderstorm ‘Last Destination’ and Orchestra Familiár fuse a hypnotic riff with cowbells, cries and a vibe that cloaks you tightly like a rolling mountain top fog.
Finally, Lehar dusts off his bass guitar for an appropriately mystical crescendo ‘Route 55’. Big twang dreams to loosen those brain seams, we started this trip in Italy and here is where we finish it.
You can listen to the full premiere of Musumeci’s ‘Nemesis’ exclusively on When We Dip. Enjoy!
Release Date: March 20th, 2020. Buy Here