Graydient Collective Delivers Serene Sounds with ‘Colors, Vol. 2’

Graydient Collective Colors, Vol. 2

The Graydient Collective has curated a fresh collection of tunes from artists like Matt Lange, ASHE, 28mm, LUNR, and more on Colors, Vol. 2!

While the dance music scene has seen a large number of labels and collectives spring up in recent years, one of the most exciting to surface is the Graydient Collective. Founded by rising star Julian Gray with the mission of helping artists create and share their work with the world, they’ve continued to showcase some serious talent and push the boundaries of dance music.

Last month, the Graydient Collective hosted the Gallery Live showcase that featured a number of the artists who had graced the label with releases and also announced the news that the second edition of their Colors compilation. Now, the day has finally arrived for fans to dig in and feast their ears on some progressive sounds with 16 new tunes from familiar artists and fresh faces alike.

Kicking off the compilation is “Likely Los Angeles” a track by Julian Gray and BlindSpider that fans have been patiently waiting to see a full release for quite some time due to its hypnotic beat that makes anyone’s feet move. Matt Lange and Zach Meyers collaborate for the second track, “Something Freshy,” that is filled with high-quality synth work that soothes souls across its entire runtime.

The first two tunes just get listeners’ engines revved up as the rest of Colors, Vol. 2 is filled with some serious stunners. Tracks like “I Understand” by Porth Nole kick in electro elements, “It Happens But Things Change” by monstergetdown deliver tech beats, and “Meladon” by Tydrous showcase sounds from the trance realm. Others like Defacto.‘s “The Fact Of Fiction” and BlindSpider‘s “Silk” provide quality techno trips to lose your mind while listening to.

And if you’re on the hunt for a melodic house and techno treat then look to two of my favorite tracks on the compilation, ASHE‘s “Still Dreaming” and 28mm & LUNR‘s “Hz” that will surely fill you up. All in all, Graydient has proven themselves to be at the forefront of the latest trends in dance music and the latest edition of Colors speaks volumes to the high level of curation they bring to the table. Don’t sleep on these artists who are up to great things!

Listen to Colors, Vol. 2 on Spotify or your preferred platform, and let us know which track is your favorite from the compilation in the comments below!

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Colors, Vol. 2 – Tracklist:

  1. Julian Gray, BlindSpider – Likely Los Angeles
  2. Matt Lange, Zach Meyers – Something Freshy
  3. BlindSpider – Silk
  4. Monstergetdown – It Happens But Things Change (Rhett Remix)
  5. ASHE – Still Dreaming
  6. 80M – Hypercube
  7. GHOST DATA – Voice of Eternity
  8. Dex Machina – Memento
  9. Porth Nole – I Understand
  10. LUNR, 28mm – MAYHEM
  11. 28mm, LUNR – Hz
  12. Tydrous – Meladon
  13. APER7URE – Lost Transmission
  14. DeFacto. – The Fact Of Fiction
  15. CUBE, NoVinum – Reprise
  16. Monstergetdown – It Happens But Things Change
Graydient Collective Colors, Vol. 2

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