|1.||Jam For Real - "Maybe You Are" (6:11)|
|2.||Evolve - "Let's Drop" (6:38)|
|1.||Jus Jam - "Midnight Special" (6:02)|
|2.||Kerstone - "New Season" (7:32)|
The Eastern India-inspired Khasia Hills label is the brainchild of graphic designer Mornigradient and a quartet of producers, three of which (Jam For Real, Jus Jam and Kerstone) contribute cuts to the imprint's second outing. Up first is the ultra-dreamy but thrillingly bouncy "Maybe You Are" by Jam For Real, which manages to make use of both mind-altering analogue electronics and fluid piano solos. Newcomer Evolve doffs a cap to early Italian dream house on the tactile and groovy "Let's Drop", before Jus Jam delivers the melodious and jaunty deep house richness of "Midnight Special". Not to be outdone, label co-founder Kerstone takes us on a trip into deep space via the intergalactic chords, cascading synthesizer melodies and bubbling dub house beats of "New Season".
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