The second installment of our compilation series, RAW SILK VOL. 2, starts with "The Whip" - a slide and glide hitter from Germany's modern funk duo First Touch. Rising star Nomad vinyl debut with "Shimmering Illusions" is concentrated with astral chords and melting bass lines flying us on the edge of a dream. Superstructure "8384" takes listeners for a exciting ride with deep bass lines across progressive chords arrangements that navigate listeners through suspense with a groove that will make your body move. Tryezz blasts off with an infectious grooves that will have you "Sitting Back Sidewayz" or controlling the dance floor with buttery baselines, thick chord arrangements and leads that dance over groove with melodies that will set the roof on fire. Australian native Freekwency hits us with "Sweet Nothings" a rebirth of slick rich baselines and seductive chords arrangements that will bring out the freak in you. "Babe You Make Me Feel So Good" is a hard-hitting groove with a sizzling bassline and electrifying synthesizer arrangements tied together by Brian Ellis' smooth ass voice spilling the deepest passion with masterful songwriting. Loose Shus cycles listeners to the next level with "Elevator" opening dimensions with breezy synth scapes and rattling bass lines that are guided by electronic voices preparing listeners for lift off. Turquoise Summers' "The Crush" is a intimate arrangement where the chords move with a subtle vulnerability easing the listener into the heart of the groove, transcending new heights with this modern funk baptism.