BC Music, the music label of the media collective Bad Christian that also features Emery, The Classic Crime and more, has released the second volume in its The Lineup compilation series. The goal of the series is to unearth some electronic music. From BC Music:

“This past summer (2015) we started collecting electronic-based songs from lesser-known artists, remixing our own artists, and asking other artists we love to send us their tunes.”

The second volume, The Lineup, Vol. II: Electric Summer, is a compilation of remixes from BC Music artists — featuring a new version of Emery’s “The Less You Say” and others from Pacific Gold and The Classic Crime — but also includes new music from new artists like NYVES, the new project from Demon Hunter frontman Ryan Clark (pictured).

You can stream the songs below, and, if you dig it, you can download the album on a pay-what-you-want basis.

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