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Suol Announce Fourth ‘Summer Daze’ Compilation



Now in its fourth instalment, the “Suol Summer Daze” compilation has firmly established itself as an annual institution for the Berlin based imprint, and once again they deliver a bespoke collection of soulful, organic house tracks.

Amongst the 17 exclusive and previously unreleased tracks, all hand picked by label heads Chopstick & Johnjon, there are tracks such as Fritz Kalkbrenner’s ‘Let Go’ and C&J’s Catamount’.

Spoken word poetry on a house groove is also a Suol specialty, found here in ‘That Day’ by Kyodai, as is breaking away from the straight four-on-the-floor beat like in Till von Sein’s ‘PCH Jam’. Other highlights include Larse’s ‘Honey’ and the atmospheric ‘Clockwork Rainforest’ by Atjazz. There are some straight up house jams on the compilation as well, all of them offering something more than just functionality, rounding off a delightfully varied package of special music for a special summer.

‘Summer Daze’ drops on Friday 24th June.

01. Larse – ‘Honey’
02. Fritz Kalkbrenner feat. Meggy – ‘Let Go’
03. Tender Games – ‘Voodoo’
04. Planet Jackson – ‘Gotta Get Up’
05. Tuff City Kids – ‘Glue Teen’
06. Kolja Gerstenberg – ‘I Want Day’
07. Chopstick & Johnjon – ‘Catamount (Slow Hands Remix)’
08. Till Von Sein – ‘PCH Jam’
09. Northeast Kingdom – ‘Low Hanging Fruit’
10. Atjazz – ‘Clockwork Rainforest’
11.  Galen – ‘Trunkated’
12. Citizenn – ‘The Backroom (At Verboten)’
13. Kyodai – ‘That Day’ feat. Rainy Payne
14. Nils Penner & HRRSN – ‘Drifter’
15. Hollis P Monroe feat. Anne Claire – ‘In That Moment’
16. James Flavour – ‘Feel The Real’
17. Meggy – ‘Brix’

Grahame Farmer

Grahame Farmer’s love affair with electronic music goes back to the mid-90s when he first began to venture into the UK’s beloved rave culture, finding himself interlaced with some of the country’s most seminal club spaces. A trip to dance music’s anointed holy ground of Ibiza in 1997 then cemented his sense of purpose and laid the foundations for what was to come over the next few decades of his marriage to the music industry.

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