Various – Récit de Voyage 2 (comp digi) 

  • Label: Reéit de Voyage
  • Artist: Michael Zucker, Molly, Douala, Modern House Quintet, Siler, John Silas, Kristian Amou, Kristian Anou, Orion
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  • Title: Récit de Voyage 2
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  • Vinyl Release: x
  • Digi Release: March 2019
  • Tracklist :
  1. Michael Zucker -City Streets
  2. Molly – Poble New 
  3. Douala – Orbiting
  4. Modern House Quintet – Plaka 
  5. Siler – French Manucure
  6. John Silas – One Time
  7. Kristian Amou & Modern House Quintet – Bokobimbo Ensemble
  8. Orion – Just Have You

Molly continues to cement RDV’s reputation as a refreshing outlet for contemporary house with the expertly-curated Recit De Voyage Volume 2, a generous compilation that collects a number of established and upcoming producers to deliver vital, sincere and wholly individual music.

Leading the charge is Finale Sessions founder Michael Zucker, who follows his appearance on RDV’s first release (as one half of the duo Prophets of a New Generation) with ‘City Streets’; having previously appeared on recordd with the likes of Terrence Dixon, Boo Williams and Norm Talley, he delivers his own nocturnal vision, a gentle and smooth soundtrack for warm Midwestern nights. Molly’s own contribution ‘Poble New’ follows, demonstrating her well-established mastery of tight grooves, atmosphere and subtle jack.

Douala, an artist associated with cult label Blorp, brings us ‘Orbiting’, a powerful slice of liquid funk. 
Modern House Quintet, presents ‘Plaka’, his first release away from his MHQ imprint, and arguably the record’s outright deepest moment. 
The founder of Popcorn Records, Siler ups the tempo for ‘French Manicure’, a playful, fizzy house bubbler.
Discovered at New York’s Elsewhere club during only his second-ever gig, John Silas represents the Eastern seaboard on irresistibly smooth cut ‘One Time’. 
Silas’s nocturnal groove leads in nicely to the more experimental, dense forest of sound forged by Kristian Amou & Modern House Quintet Ensemble on Bokobimbo.

Finally, Orion hits with the MPC front-and-center for the undeniable groove of ‘Just Have You’, which rolls sensually towards a soulful vocal sample, culled from the dustiest of wax.