Back in 2009, homeless charity Shelter released an impressive compilation in honour of their AUDIOSCOPE fundraising festival.

Music For A Good Home featured new and rare material from Damo Suzuki, Pram, Clinic and, notably, Four Tet. Shelter have now issued the sequel, and it’s a whopping 40 tracks deep.

A huge roster of artists have been signed up for the compilation. Boxcutter and Fujiya & Miyagi both contribute cuts, and Wire offer a live rendition of ‘Moreover’. Geoff Barrow, meanwhile, makes two appearances: Beak> contribute an unheard track, and that previously aired Portishead remix of Ride also crops up. Four Tet’s ‘Audioscope’, originally featured on the first compilation, also appears: a tuff little beast, the track veers into the sort of scruffy house territory normally trawled by Jamal Moss.

Music For A Good Home Two is available to stream in full below. The album is available to buy here.



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