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01 03 :20
03
Manhead Doop
05 :14
04
Chris Coco Dreaming Of Love
04 :55
05
Farbror Resande Mac Tindens Tand
06 :40
06 05 :03
08
Jose Padilla & Chris Zippel Akamundo (Simon Mills Remix)
06 :02
09
Hidden Spheres Bill Loves You
05 :26
10
Gidge Huldra
06 :51
11 04 :27
12
SIMON MILLS Meeting Point
04 :26
13 09 :14
14
Bent Exercise 4
05 :44
ARTIST
TITLE
Sunset Hours Vol. 3
FORMAT
CD

LABEL
CATALOG #
SLM 004CD SLM 004CD
GENRE
RELEASE DATE
9/16/2016

Simon Mills compiles the third installment of the Sunset Hours series, a collection of compilation albums inspired by the breathtaking views from Marini's On 57 in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. The series began when Ibiza legend Jose Padilla was asked to compile a compilation after he travelled to Malaysia and played at the venue. As the highest rooftop bar in Malaysia, the venue offers outstanding views over the city from its location close to the world famous Petronas Towers. In 2015, the second volume was overseen by a partnership of Chris Coco & Afterlife. Sunset Hours Vol. 3 has been put together by Simon Mills, who is famously one half of the wonky electronic duo Bent. The album consists of 14 hand selected tracks that capture the mood and atmosphere of the Sunset over the Malaysian capital perfectly. After opening with the excellent "I Can Breathe" by Dekoi Simon treats the listener to one of his own productions, this time in his Napoleon guise, with the exclusive track "Interstellar Joyride" that helps set the mood with quirky synth runs and a warm analog bass line. There's a track from Robi Insinna's alter ego project Manhead and "Dreaming Of Love" from Chris Coco before Farbror Resonde Mac's "Tinden's Tand" gives a flavor of the Balearics islands. Swedish based HNNY is also included with the excellent "Cheer Up My Brother". Other highlights include the timeless "What About This Love (Dub Version)" from the super talented Mr Fingers aka house music legend Larry Heard, a new Simon Mills remix of Jose Padilla & Chris Zippel's "Akamundo", another exclusive track "Meeting Point", the outstanding Yam Who? remix of Julian Sanza's "Sunset" before closing with a track from Bent's Ariels (2004), "Exercise 4". Also features: Hidden Spheres, Gidge and Sei A.