Anjunadeep presents Reflections Vol.2 compilation series. This continues being light on ambient, chill out and downtempo music from both established and rising artists.
The world continues to face a pandemic that does not seem to give up yet even with vaccines being applied. Problems related to the economic crisis and mental health damaged by the confinement are also beginning to come to light.
In the midst of these we need a message of hope, be it in a different world from the real one. We can’t go to huge crowded events yet but many artists and labels are striving to make this more bearable. One of those labels is Anjunadeep who once again captivates us with something chill and melodic music within its huge catalog.
This record label based in London has grown in an incredible way without losing its origins. At 15 years old, the sound of the label has evolved since those early years. While the BPMs may have slowed, the mission of Anjunadeep has remained the same: to discover and share timeless soulful and melodic electronic music.
Reflections Vol.2 Tracks and Artists
The Label with an A&R roster that ignited the careers of legends such as Yotto, Lane 8, and Dusky, now presents the second installment of the Reflections series. Reflections Vol.2. It has the most eclectic music to relax to at the moment, with 10 artists exploring these magical sounds.
Following the inaugural volume in October, Reflections Vol.2 is a collection of downtempo and electronica from label favorites, Jody Wisternoff, Kidnap, Croquet Club, Martin Roth, and Luttrell, alongside rising talents, Luigi Sambuy, Lycoriscoris, Tryst, and Dotmaka.
Included in this compilation is the single ‘Don’t Bite’, as a debut release and new musical endeavor from Fur Skillman (Eli & Fur) alongside TÂCHES, and ‘Love Theme’ from Martin Roth. Reflections Vol. 2 also features the long-awaited full release of Croquet Club’s Anjunadeep 09 highlight ‘Night Lights’. This also marks an exclusive piano piece from San Francisco’s Luttrell, and label debuts from UK duo Tryst and Dotmaka.
Anjunadeep Reflections Vol.2 is out now, and you can listen to it below!