SLC-6 Music launched its "SIX" compilation series with the release of Stage-1, and its success has had the airwaves crackling in anticipation for Stage-2 - the time is here.
Casper Keys joins SLC-6 Music with the aptly named "Arrival," which conjures the descent of an alien vessel as the music builds to a grand climax.
Tomi H's "Melting Through" features a main synth theme that grinds with delicious grittiness above a groovy bass and swinging drums.
Giorgio Phoenix returns to SLC-6 with another monster, "Telperion," the dark sibling to his earlier release, "Laurelin."
D.J. MacIntyre puts his spin on "3-Sphere," a collaborative effort between himself, Michael St. Patrick, and FreakyBro.
Hasha Mercy beams in from France, serving a mesmerizing, fluid, and delightful slice of techno with "Cherry."
Forever and Ever, the techno moniker of veteran musician Treavor Moontribe of the vaunted Desert Dwellers, serves up a patiently hypnotic track with "Just a Wee Bit."
Together, these six originals pack plenty of power to push Stage-2 up and into the beyond.
Hypnotised - Infinity
SIX: Stage 1
Maxo - Callisto with D.J. MacIntyre Remix
The Woman He Loves
Dysco & MacIntyre deliver up their first collaborative effort with "The Woman He Loves." Comprised of New York City's Dysco, and Santa Barbara, California's D.J. MacIntyre, this bi-coastal production duo bring together a love of progressive into a partnership that promises to be fruitful.
The Original Mix takes us on a melancholic progressive journey where we encounter the theme of paradox in love. A serious, thundering bassline underpins the track, joined by dramatic, pulsing synths and strings, while a playful, dissonant, and flippant squelch dances above it all.
Vlada D'Shake returns to SLC-6 with another smashing and unforgettable remix. The terrifically funky bassline is a surprise and delight - it impels the listener to dance while the rest of the track swirls in psychedelic euphoria around it.
Shaolin Funk Cover
Jack Roy and Jackie Shields deliver a musical kick to the dome with their warm and groovy Shaolin Funk. Arnold and Lane follow-up with a ruthless bass strike to chest, and MarkmaN has them seeing stars with his soulful knock-out punch. Housey funk is flowing in all three mixes ensuring the dancefloor will be moving whichever your preferred Shaolin style.