Medium Rare Recordings showcase the versatility of house music on The Banquet Vol 4

Medium Rare Recordings showcase the versatility of house music on The Banquet Vol 4

The Australian house label keep up the pulse in their fourth compilation, which this time around, is more diverse and versatile as ever.

Ever since dropping 2016's The Banquet, Australian house label Medium Rare Recordings have been pushing out some incredibly versatile and unique productions. All rooted with this club-centric backbone, the three compilations that have followed - featuring names like Benson, LO'99, Volac, Hood Rich and more - have dived into a realm of house sub-genres, from the light and tropical to the relentless tech-side of things, through a roster that spans way outside its Australian roots. Their fourth compilation, arriving today, sees the crew go down a similar route once again, with names including Golf Clap, Varcity, Double Agent, rrotik with Haezer, Franklyn Watts with Lucati, and more stepping up to the plate for a ripping 15-track exploration of all things club music. It ranges from classic house to driving tech and breakbeat, with acts from Australia, NZ, the UK and even Brazil all showcasing different sides of house and tech for what's bound to be one of the more versatile house music compilations on the market right now.

Check out The Banquet Vol. 4 below, along with a special, forty-minute mix by Double Agent celebrating the release.

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