Here’s another slice of archived (though unreleased) “vintage” electronic music, courtesy of producer Rasmus Folk and the creative minds at the Dramatic label. Called “Dinner in Trieste (With Rasmus Folk),” the track starts with a recording (presumably from Folk) inviting you to dinner, and ends with another voice memo thanking you for the wonderful evening. In between the messages, we’re treated to some understated analog synthscapes and subtle drum-machine rhythms, as a voice quietly sings from the bottom of the mix about this dinner in Trieste. It all sounds like a retro-futuristic idea of the kind of moody lounge music people might listen to while enjoying some fine cuisine about, say, 50 years after the song was supposedly written. It seems Rasmus Folk wasn’t really too far off.

Dinner in Trieste (With Rasmus Folk)