WOLS last brought us “Solo Walz,” a gloomy dirge made with vintage Soviet synths that wasn’t particularly danceable. Now, the Moscow duo has offered up the club-ready “Adam Beam,” which still draws on the raw textures of analog gear, but is a whole lot more fun than the pair’s previous output. The track shuffles about at 123 bpm, lush with glittery pads and deviant basslines, making for a fine piece of Cologne-influenced tech-house. It is part of a fantastic winter compilation from the Wicked Bass imprint, which features music from Klic, Volta Cab, and more. Preview the six-track compilation after the jump, and download it for free, here.

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Adam Beam