SANTORIN's 5th AMBASSADORS compilation is poetry in motion. Moving the dancefloor but also delivering deeper meaning, the tracklist includes works from the label's established storytellers as well as new voices.Young Ax's breathless Thousand and One Nights draws listeners into a spiralling maze of breakbeat expression and murmuring bass. He also features on Secret Desire by Revival, a mellow and thoughtful number with echoes of a certain Irish master poet.Buenos Aires Calling by Parhelia is a beautifully sentimental and whimsical ode to the city and all its sights and sounds. In contrast, Amalgamation by D-Pression goes somewhere edgier and jumpier, and LJHigh takes us to down the rabbit hole into a Different World.In Night Sail, Tübingen veteran Simon V returns with MC Fava to describe a familiar situation in his own vivid, bittersweet style. He also teams up with Telmo A for Stone Creek, which is dreamlike stream-of-consciousness and concrete at the same time.Er.iC's meditative and rolling Colours delivers sharp moments of clarity, while Random Movement & Dan Marshall use classic breaks to tell us about the Current Situation. A Thought by Northern Zone brings jazzy musings and long, profound notes of bass.Meanwhile, B-complex digs deep to bring high drama to the surface with Archeology, and Stunna & Physics feat. Jere Garcia tell us how the World Keeps Turning with a lesson in uplifting piano and hustling drums.Strike It On by Silence Groove rumbles, dips and soars, Robot Redford's moody You & Me gives you the perfect pace to zone out and contemplate, and Micrautumn by Sapphire is a subtle haiku that reveals itself gradually.From the first page to the last, all the tracks of Drum & Bass Poetry combine to create one epic poem, an odyssey of styles, stories and emotions. Lose yourself in the journey, and in the moments.Words by Alex Carnegie. Cover picture by Marcus Gwiasda Auge3. Mastering by Simon V at Home Studios.