The Oasis offers a haven for deep, luscious shades of house, tech, and progressive that are filled with international flavor. Intricate drum layers, mystical melodic arrangements, and entrancing sonic construction are abundant in this playlist, with captivating and irresistibly-danceable sounds inspired by regions of the world outside the West enjoy the spotlight. Artists that frequent this list range from Lee Burridge, to Bedouin, Hraach, and beyond. Mellow, yet seductive, The Oasis is adaptable to any setting, whether relaxing at home or throwing an outdoor party with friends.

Volume 3 of The Oasis begins on an exceptionally mellow end with a new single by NU before building into a more driving ending featuring the widely-supported “Etah” by the Adana Twins. A patchwork of other melodic, carnal pieces reside in between these ends, featuring a hauntingly beautiful “Life” by Viken Arman, Luca Bacchetti’s “Endless” take on a Khen tune, and a brand new Bedouin cut whose wild climax stuns all ears it touches.

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The Oasis, Vol. 2 – luscious, desert-inspired deep house and tech