This week's PBS Feature Album is Soulacoasta II, a sample-infused expedition through sound from Close Counters. The band's latest release showcases their diverse soundscape at the crossroads of house, neo-soul, broken beat and disco. 

Soulacoasta II is a colourful sonic journey that's full of energy for vibrant club floors, but equally ready for a headphone journey or long car ride. The 14-track album explores soul, house, broken beat and beyond, with the bass and beats driving the vehicle as the synths, keyboards and samples decorate the view.

This record was an opportunity to get deeper into dance music and dive into niche sounds and samples that the band collected from trawling through movies, archives, digging through the crates across Australia, UK and Europe, weaving new inspiration and textures into their music. 

Tune in all this week to hear tracks from Soulacoasta II, and PBS Members have the chance to win a copy of the album via this Tuesday's e-newsletter, so make sure you check your inbox!

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Moody Beaches - 'Counting Reasons'

Moody Beaches - Counting Reasons (Official Music Video)


Coda Chroma - 'I'm Not Fighting It'

I'm Not Fighting It by Coda Chroma

Floodlights - 'Lessons Learnt'

Sampology & Charlie Hill - 'Galaxy'

Jo Lawry - 'Acrobats'

YARA - 'Back of the Uber'

Eden Burns - 'Shaker'

San of the Rambutan - 'Uruk City'

Chloë Sobek - 'Confluence'

Tex Perkins And The Fat Rubber Band - '(I Wanna Be) Close To You'