Cahoots Records Volume 2 explores uncharted house frontiers with new and profound tracks from Volta Cab, Ange Siddhar, Jeremy Juno and Mulla. With their sophomore release, Cahoots makes room around the campfire to welcome new artists who have traveled from distant sonic realms, bringing their deluxe-deep and hard-hitting beats. Kicking off the Cahoots exploration is Ukrainian talent Volta Cab, as he leads the pack into the wild with the winsome sounds of 'Odessa.' On his previous releases for Hypercolour, Morris Audio, Toy Tonics, and What's In The Box, Volta Cab has exposed his rare ability to paint vivid portraits of pure sonic bliss. Odessa's uplifting pads glide effortlessly and radiate like a summer sunset over its pleasant, percussive ensemble. Odessa warmly greets listeners to Volume 2 before sending them packing for higher ground. Next stop down the path, Parisian based Ange Siddhar gives dancefloors something to be grateful for with 'Let Us Pray'. A combination of funky classic rhythms and whimsical melodies, Let Us Pray offers a dynamic affair that will surely lift spirits on an early Sunday morning. Ange continues to evolve his sound, combining progressive concepts with tech house mastery. As a sound engineer in one of the city's best studios, Ange's works have appeared on labels like Bluelephant Records, Pumpz Music, and Laboratory Records. A bullish side B kick starts with 'Deeper' from Dutch maestro Jeremy Juno. A force to reckoned with, Juno continues his onslaught of floor driven tracks and relentless beats for labels such as Taylor Made, Colours Audio and Big Flu. Deeper's quick build-ups and drop-outs maintain the high tension and energy flow from beginning to end. Jeremy's established skills in the studio and DJ booth have helped him gain a strong foothold in his hometown of Arnhem and on the larger Dutch club and festival circuit. Another powerful Dutch artist, Mulla, closes out Volume 2 with 'Smack Back', a raw and stripped back basement anthem. Inspired by classic house and techno, Mulla's clattering snares and cymbals pack a punch as Smack Back's sub-heavy bassline gives warmth and life to the groove. Mulla has emerged as an integral factor in the current underground house scene in Amsterdam by piloting the Natives and Kreativ nights at clubs including Studio 80 and Chicago Social Club. Mulla is also co-founder of the Nomads Festival and helps run Kreativ Amsterdam, a prominent booking and creative production agency.