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Tuesday, January 13, 2015

How do you feel about cool, free things? Check out 'Ghostly Swim 2.'

Posted By on Tue, Jan 13, 2015 at 4:55 PM


We're just getting around to the imaginatively titled Ghostly Swim 2, as the free, downloadable mix dropped just before the holidays. It's the second collaboration between the Ghostly International label and the Adult Swim folks, and did we mention that it's free?

I'm going to quote a press release, right now, OK. "The compilation features an exclusive Ghostly curated selection of unreleased material spanning wayward ambient and seasick house from artists including CFCF, Babe Rainbow, harpist Mary Lattimore, and Dauwd amongst others."



Check it out, if you haven't already! The Mary Lattimore track is extra good, naturally. Track listing is as follows, because that will make this look like a more substantial post.

01. Pascäal - Holo
02. Shigeto - Tide Pools
03. Anenon - Grapevine
04. Heathered Pearls - Supra
05. Babe Rainbow - Don't Tell Me I'm Wrong
06. Dauwd - Kolido
07. Patricia - Spotting
08. Lord RAJA - Spilt Out In Cursive
09. CFCF - Oil
10. Feral - Mirror
11. Mary Lattimore & Jeff Zeigler - I Only Have Eyes for You
12. AceMo - Futurism
13. Nautiluss - Lonely Planet 

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