The Oasis, Vol. 2 – #luscious, desert-inspired #deephouse and #tech

The Oasis offers a haven for deep, luscious shades of house, , and that are filled with international flavor. Intricate drum layers, mystical arrangements, and entrancing sonic arrangements are abundant in this , with captivating and irresistibly danceable sounds inspired by regions of the world outside the West. Artists that frequent this list range from Lee Burridge, to Bedouin, Hraach, and beyond. Mellow, yet seductive, The Oasis is adaptable to any setting, whether relaxing at home or throwing an outdoor party with friends.

Volume 2 of ’s ‘The Oasis’ features a slathering of intense, emotive music as well as grooving, club-appropriate numbers. We’ve included a number of tracks from Hernan Cattaneo’s Balance , including a hypnotic new Tara Brooks piece and fresh new Dance Spirit. Love Over Entropy provides a scintillating re-work of Ortygia that holds one’s attention to it until the last second, while on the mellow side, we have an offering from Armen Miran’s new EP on Under Your Skin Records.

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