Part 2 of the Ninja XX compilations includes another feast of music with highlights coming in the form of Autechre's minimalist remix of The Bug's "Skeng"; the Floating Points Ensemble's epic soul-jazz number "Post Suite"; the exquisite link-up between Lou Rhodes and The Cinematic Orchestra on "One Good Thing"; Gaslamp Killer's vicious re-work of DJ Vadim's classic "Terrorist"; the truly far-out "Foley Room" reinterpretation from the Kronos Quartet; Mala's dubphonic interpretation of Andreya Triana's "A Town Called Obsolete"; and music from the likes of Daedelus, Bonobo, Roots Manuva, Anti-Pop Consortium. Jaga Jazzist, and more!
Part 2 of the Ninja XX compilations includes another feast of music with highlights coming in the form of Autechre's minimalist remix of The Bug's "Skeng"; the Floating Points Ensemble's epic soul-jazz number "Post Suite"; the exquisite link-up between Lou Rhodes and The Cinematic Orchestra on "One Good Thing"; Gaslamp Killer's vicious re-work of DJ Vadim's classic "Terrorist"; the truly far-out "Foley Room" reinterpretation from the Kronos Quartet; Mala's dubphonic interpretation of Andreya Triana's "A Town Called Obsolete"; and music from the likes of Daedelus, Bonobo, Roots Manuva, Anti-Pop Consortium. Jaga Jazzist, and more!
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Format: CD
Label: NINJA TUNE
Catalog: 1602
Rel. Date: 10/05/2010
UPC: 5021392609225

Vol. 2-Ninja Tune Xx
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Part 2 of the Ninja XX compilations includes another feast of music with highlights coming in the form of Autechre's minimalist remix of The Bug's "Skeng"; the Floating Points Ensemble's epic soul-jazz number "Post Suite"; the exquisite link-up between Lou Rhodes and The Cinematic Orchestra on "One Good Thing"; Gaslamp Killer's vicious re-work of DJ Vadim's classic "Terrorist"; the truly far-out "Foley Room" reinterpretation from the Kronos Quartet; Mala's dubphonic interpretation of Andreya Triana's "A Town Called Obsolete"; and music from the likes of Daedelus, Bonobo, Roots Manuva, Anti-Pop Consortium. Jaga Jazzist, and more!