M.F.S. Observatory's Observatory Music delivers its first Various Artists package this September, featuring eight original compositions from artist across the globe. Arado's 'Twix' leads with choppy square wave bass, filtered vocal loops and bumpy drums before label heads M.F.S: Observatory turn in 'Chwinywa' with stuttering vocals, organic percussion and resonant synth bleeps evolving throughout. Ben Jones & Lee Jeffrey's 'Lookin At You' follows taking a more classic deep house approach with soft pads and chords, 909 drums and low-pitched spoken word vocals throughout. Rini Shkembi delivers 'Penthouse Paradise' next, employing dubby stab sequences, rolling drums and pulsating subs ahead of Louis Options' 'La Musique' which features, elongated bass tones, heady arpeggios and french spoken word. No Else's 'Justified' is up next, laid out over six and a half minutes with crunchy drums, billowing pads and glitched out synths before Killed Kassette, Sanchez & Narvaez 'Streets' lays focus on murky bass stabs and swinging drums ahead of closer 'Do It' by Jovan Vucetic which features shuffled hats, modulating percussion and an amalgamation of vocal cuts.