Suffused Music released their ‘Initializing 2014 Volume 1’ compilation in January of this year. It got the year off to a very strong start for the Lithuanian label. The collection showcased some of the finest up and coming artists that the progressive house underground has to offer. The success of Volume 1 had fans of the label asking for a follow up and now just 5 months later the minds behind Suffused Music have put together an even bigger collection of music for Volume 2.

The Lithuanian imprint has always carried a global presence and this compilation is further proof of that. Producers from Macedonia, Italy, Russia, Romania, Hungary, Mexico, Lithuania, Israel, Argentina, Colombia, Poland, Germany, United Kingdom, Montenegro and Turkey are all featured here and make up what has become fondly known as the progressive house underground. ‘Initializing 2014 Volume 2’ showcases fresh talent in conjunction with some tried and tested favourites for the ultimate listening and dance floor experience. It’s a painstaking process to compile a collection of this size and the end result after countless hours of listening to demos is quite spectacular. Steiss, MdM, Arthur Minnahmetov, Munbraze, B.Craack, White Resonance, Inked Shoes, Alexander Saykov, Drunk Dragons, Jadeck, DJ Ceratti, Juan Pablo Graziano, Norbey Sessions, FOND, Jakub Rene Kosik, Einoras, Deeply Hi, Soulkeys, Pablo German, AudioStorm, Arturo Mercado, Julian Dep and Hamza Budak and Batuhan Yilmaz have delivered some of the best works of their respective careers so if you’re a fan of pure progressive house you’re bound to be incredibly satisfied with this collection.

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  • Mitch Alexander
    Mitch Alexander

    WRITER @ C-U

    Mitch Alexander is the owner of microCastle | Beatport "One of the most influential, tastemaker labels out there and also part of our genre committee."

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