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Floating Points is set to curate the latest instalment of the Late Night Tales compilation series

Set for release on 29th March, it's described as "17 personal tracks of global soul, ambient, jazz and folk treasures”.
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Published: 8:42 pm, February 28, 2019
Floating Points is set to curate the latest instalment of the Late Night Tales compilation series

Floating Points is set to curate the latest instalment of the Late Night Tales compilation series.

Set for release on 29th March, it's described as "17 personal tracks of global soul, ambient, jazz and folk treasures”. So there we go.

Including a handful of exclusive tracks, Floating Points explains: “I’ve learnt about a lot of incredible music from listening to the Late Night Tales compilations over the years, so I jumped at the opportunity to compile one myself. The music is a selection of the kind of records I play to set the tone when DJing all night long.”

The album's tracklisting reads:

1. Sarah Davachi – Untitled, live in Portland (Excerpt) (Exclusive track)
2. Carlos Walker - Via Láctea
3. The Rationals – Glowin’
4. William S. Fischer – Chains
5. Max Roach - Equipoise
6. Abu Talib (Bobby Wright) - Blood Of An American
7. Sweet & Innocent - Express Your Love
8. Robert Vanderbilt & The Foundation of Souls - A Message Especially From God
9. The Defaulters - Gentle Man
10. Alain Bellaïche – Sun Blues
11. Alain Bellaïche – Sea Fluorescent
12. Kara-Lis Coverdale – Moments In Love (Excerpt)
13. Azimuth – The Tunnel
14. Kaitlyn Aurelia Smith – Milk (Excerpt)
15. Toshimaru Nakamura – Nimb#59 (Exclusive track)
16. Floating Points – The Sweet Time Suite, Part I - Opening (Exclusive Kenny Wheeler cover version)
17. Lauren Laverne - Ah! Why, Because The Dazzling Sun (Exclusive spoken word piece)

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