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The Array is back for the sixth time once again offering disco and electro from every end of the spectrum. Be prepared to another cosmic journey with an impressive line up of Nang's artists, from the cosmic to late night nu disco and full on 80s influenced Italo. Opening the compilation is Poseidon by Disco Doubles: a real retro electro track featuring some 80s style rapping. If Italo is your thing Venice Beach's You Can't Stop Me sounds like classic Madonna singing on a Kano track, and Tonbe's So Fresh is another feel good, summery song. The Ilya Santana Italo Romance Remix of Proper Heat's I Believe In Love takes the sound to a more contemplative place. The smooth-voiced featured artist Tiara graces Audio Luxury's Every Kiss and creates a stand out piece of R'n'B tinged disco pop. From another side of the universe you can find the cosmic sound of Ergotrya in the groovy relentless track Wind and Space Scribble by Daniele baldelli and DJ Rocca. James Rhod's Starke and Hatch gives nods to the cosmic sound, as does the Kim & Buran Nu Disco remix of Avila by Nuuro. To keep the music traveller going we have Kosmyk by Andels, a late 70s influenced groove with a Chic-esque bassline. JMRS & Andy Bell's Only A Feeling and Moon Mood's Stargazing are strong disco songs, the latter featuring some light funk. Ichisan & Nakova's Pioneer (venice beach remix) closes the album. A track that brings the steady driving rhythms of Kraftwerk to mind, it's a gorgeous late night track. We are very proud to bring to you The Array Volume 6 with this selection of talented artists and producers. Stand by for more spine-tingling, ear-caressing, bass laden disco and electro from Nang.