Review: Fast-rising deep house imprint RADIANT has decided to serve up its second compilation. Unlike its retrospective-focused predecessor, "Future Volume 1" lives up to its name by offering up nine previously unheard exclusives. The set has apparently received support from Ame and Black Coffee, and it's easy to see why. Much of the material is melodious, warm and gently uplifting in a similar way to the deep house/tech-house fusions associated with the Innervisions label. As a result, highlights come thick and fast, from the jangling piano sequences and layered Afro-house style drums of Shai T's "Moonwalk" and the simmering strings, breezy female vocals and twisted electronics of K.O.D's "Master", to the symphonic house rush of Fabio Aurrea's "Ellison" and the head-in-the-clouds peak-time bliss of "Autumn" by Black Circle.