Out of Tasmanian hothouse Hobart comes Cosmic Sausage, a brilliantly named record label with a focus on "solid grooves and feel". The label's debut is a meaty compilation designed as an introduction to the "Vibes" we can expect to hear in the months and years ahead. It's a willfully eclectic affair, all told, with cuts ranging from mangled synth-pop/R&B fusion (Slip Hypnotic's "The Roots of HK"), wonky exercises in Syclops-esque dancefloor madness (Bovine Beats' "Slowmo Moo and the Herd"), and psychedelic tech-house chug (Haier's "Mechanism"), to sun-kissed MPC beats (Boosnort's "Happy Daze") and glistening, melody-drivem synth-scapes (Di Marcci's wonderfully cheery and life-affirming "Calm Bae").
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