Medium Rare Recordings serves up their tasty second Banquet compilation

Medium Rare Recordings serves up their tasty second Banquet compilation

The 12-track delight includes club-ready house jams by a realm of Australia and beyond's most exciting, upcoming producers.

Medium Rare Recordings have been one of our go-to labels for club-ready house bangers since its launch, with releases including last year's tasty Banquet compilation - one of the best electronic compilations of the year - and singles from Benson, LO'99 and Taiki Nulight filling up our USBs and party playlists perfectly. After the success of the Banquet compilation last year, the boys are back with its second volume, featuring some recurring names as well as a whole load of fresh faces coming along with it. Included in the compilation are Australian house staples like Elleyet and Stace Cadet, who this time around, are joined by a legion of internationals (such as Russia's Volac or America's Hotfire and Gerry Gonza) and some new, fresh faces (like Canberra's Double Agent and Perth's own DNGRFLD). The compilation varies between house, techno, and their entourage of sub-genres, but one thing you can guarantee is that every single one of the compilation's twelve tracks is an exciting, bass-loaded track, that'll get sweaty, dimly-lit clubs heaving no problems at all. Get your grubby, house-fiending hands on the compilation on iTunes HERE or Bandcamp HERE.

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