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|1.||Typesun - "Last Home" (original mix)|
|2.||The Gino Fontaine - "Revnorev"|
|3.||Salsoul Invention - "Soul Machine"|
|4.||General - "Magic"|
|1.||Day Outside - "Faraway Sensation"|
|2.||Mugwump - "Boutade" (Miseridub)|
|1.||Hubbabubbaklubb - "Mopedbart"|
|2.||Crowdpleaser & St Plomb - "Not Yet Not Yet"|
|3.||The Grid & Robert Fripp - "A Cabala Sky"|
|1.||Daniele Patucchi - "People Come In"|
|2.||Mang Dynasty - "After Dark" (dub)|
|3.||Detachments - "The Flowers That Fel"|
The first installment of Late Night Tales' After Dark was that rarest of things: a DJ mix that retained a smoky sense of early morning, home listening atmosphere while retaining an open-minded focus on the dancefloor. This follow-up - once again compiled and mixed by Bill Brewster - offers more of the same. Musically it's pleasingly varied, moving from the string-drenched downtempo beauty of Typesun's "Last One Home", to the heady Balearic rock of General Lee, via Justus Kohnke, the soulful post-bruk smoothness of As One, and the sprightly analogue electronics of Emperor Machine's remix of Paqua's "Late Train". There's also a bunch of previously unreleased tunes to enjoy, including killer contributions from the Mang Dynasty (AKA Ray Mang), The Gino Fontaine (Chicken Lips man Andrew Meecham) and - most surprising of all - The Grid and Robert Fripp.
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