In the style of Max Berlin (yes that good!), with French spoken vocals, Spanish guitars, floating bongos and a warm bassline, this is a real monster of a record. Legendary Balearic pioneer Phil Mison heard an early mix and his exact words were “This is good, no, this is really really good!” – don’t miss. Mads Dalholt pops up again on Side B with “Balearica” a cut he made with fellow Danes Dj Zimino and Dj Djek. This does what is says on the tin – smooth and rolling bass, 70ties Hammond keys, deep and mysterious voices creating an incessant groove which meld various styles and influences in a hippie spirit. The other artist featured is Troels Hammer, a composer and piano player who delivers two short compositions “Azur” and “Birdy” both oozing that melancholic sunset vibe we love from the golden Cafe Del Mar era. Both tracks are taken from his forthcoming debut album “Troels Hammer”, also to be released on Music For Dreams. Limited vinyl.