Volume #1 of the Electro Shock compilations was released in December 2013 and sold over 15,000 copies. Electro Shock aims to reflect the electronic scene today -- in France and the rest of the world -- a constantly evolving scene and the ultimate soundtrack of our times and their fascination for rhythms and dancefloors. The first volume extracted the absolute best from the flowering and vital scene of 2012 -- from established artists M83 to newcomer Nina Kraviz. After the success of its first opus, the second volume of Electro Shock sums-up 2013 as a highly colorful electronic year that will stay with us for a long time. A voyage at the four corners of the globe -- centered on dancefloors, where all the new trends are present. From Jackson & His Computer Band's pop-banger to Major Lazer's dance rhythms, from The Magician's new-disco to James Blake's jazzy refinements, from revelation London Grammar's post-dubstep to AlunaGeorge's sensual R 'n' B, from Cut Copy's electro-rock to Gesaffelstein's pure, hard techno, this is a compilation to listen to over and over, shaking the dancefloors and touching your most romantic side. Other artists include: Breakbot, Ruckazoid, Busy P & Boston Bun, Kavinsky, Daniel Avery, Foals, 2 Chainz, Bruno Mars, Mystic, Domenico Torti, Phoenix, M.I.A., Busy P, Boys Noize, Justice, Duck Sauce, DJ Pone, Tom Rowlands, Duke Dumont, A*M*E, Newtimers, Mount Kimbie, King Krule, Mind Enterprises, Nadia Ksaiba, Factory Floor, Brodinski, Theophilus London, Jabberwocky, Elodie Wildstars, Para One, Chromeo, Flume, Hot Natured, Anabel Englund, and Logo.