Review: Prepare to indulge in your darkest disco fantasies courtesy of Correspondant's second collection of greatest hits and near misses. Featuring a stellar cast of indie-dance favourites, all serving up bold and stylistic electro-noir across 20 tracks. Black Merlin's dark ambient intro "Sub Conscious" sets the tone from the get-go that this is a largely brooding affair, just like on Bird of Paradise's knackered house epic "Brothel Drummer" from a few years back, and there's even moments of oddball IDM as heard on Borusiade's "Not Harmed". A duty of care was taken to highlight more recent offerings to the labels' catalogue too, such as The Juan Maclean's new beat influenced "Manthony", dark disco heroine Terr's wicked rendition of Fort Romeau's "DADA Pt. 1", and Irishman Cyence's strobe-lit "Slave" (Eurodollar Dub) which ventures into hypnotic techno territory.