We proudly present My Deep House Vol.2, encapsulating all that is great and good in this wonderful movement we call house! Over 16 unmixed tracks, you'll explore a world of different sounds, from the smooth, jazzy and deliciously deep, to the more energetic, uplifting side of the genre.nnKicking of the show with Phonique & Kiloos The Passion 2010, the good vibes are already in full swing. Thats quickly followed up by choice cuts from the likes of legendary producer Tigerskin, with his freaky Voodoo, and Donnacha Costello (with a beautiful, warm and driving Lawrence Remix). nnEssen based sensation Langenberg contributes his part in the form of the positively-charged Monday16th, and another pure bomb from Phonique gets a remix from Wahoo, featuring wonderful vocals from Ian Whitelaw.nnHamburg main-man Solomun remixes Larses A Feeling in a great neo-acidic workout, which primes the stage for Goldwills epic Sun Francisco - THE underground summer anthem of 2010.nnDaryl Stays funktastic My Groove shuffles and jiggles about the place nicely before tech-house master Martin Landskys âMission Upskirtâ throws caution to the wind, filling the airwaves with his wonderful dubbed out stylings.nnNew kid Santos Resiakâs âVenezuelaâ is a sharp, deeply rooted tool that jives around a jazzy organ hook, setting up the stage for Japanâs Ryo Murakami and his super deep âOff The Wallâ, which fuses together luscious string samples in a rousing moment of deepness.nnFrench poster boy Andrade has his moment with âOld Rulesâ, bringing the funk 2010 style, which reminds us of the classic Landsky cut âHousedâ, thatâs a reduction in stylish post-acid sexiness. Martin Beumeâs âFlowing Ribbonâ drops next, with its meandering melodic elements and bright drum crashes adding to the tension.nnFinally this A-list comp is rounded up with the stunning Nicolas Jaar remix of Kasper BjÃ¸rkeâs haunting âHeavenâ, which precedes only Phoniue & Abys Guiseppe Morabitoâs amazing âSummerâ - the finale of the selection.