Mikhail Khvasko's previous album as A Vision of Panorama, a self-t17 set, was described by our sister site Juno Records as a "true soft focus sonic safari", with colourful instrumentation and a notably starry mood. This belated full-length follow-up is equally as warming and sonically kaleidoscopic, with Khvasko cannily combining vibrant melodies, dusty drum machine beats and saucer-eyed chords on tracks that frequently blue the boundaries between hazy deep house, bubbly Balearica, horizontal nu-disco, acid-flecked downtempo grooves, jazz-flecked slo-mo soundscapes and meditative ambient. In other words, it's an another entertaining, ear-catching set that should suit all those who love cultured electronic music and immersive dancefloor workouts.
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