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Warm Textures is back for it's fifth edition after a longer break, featuring eight warm and forward thinking melodic and deeper tracks from some of the brightest new and upcoming producers among some well known lads in the industry.

In alphabet order, first up there's an excuisite offering from A.R.E.S. with "Doubling Time Theory", a slick journey into melanchonic progressive waters.

Christopher Hermann follows the same path with his "Departure" just with a slightly more peak-time vibe.

DaGeneral drops "Together". A thumping bassline and crisp grooves blend perfectly with the vocal snippets and synth layers.

"Red Room" sees David Salazar dive into percussive grooves with lots of melodic elements that build up layer after layer.

Dulcet joins the gang with two tracks. First up is his "Interlude" that leans towards more techy territories but with the right amount of pads and synth action.

"What You Know" sees Dulcet going deeper into progressive waters as the chord progressions as gentle guitar riffs drop in and out of the mix along with airy pads.

Faizal Rego goes all smooth with his "Luna" track. Full of gentle notes and piano chords that play along a clean but punchy groove make this one a late night favourite.

Laurent Chanal closes the round with "Deepest". He fuses perfectly a potent acidic bass line and crisp beats together with warm sirens synth that keep the tension building all the way to the end. Thi