Since we’re talking about a French 12″ minimal techno label and its second compilation, here’s a daft comparison: if Post Office 2 were a wine, it would be a dry white Bordeaux. Punchy and crisp, Post Office 2 sits well with sassier Perlon and flashier Playhouse releases, featuring bass-y unreleased cuts by old hands Ben Neville (“Kidlins”), Dandy Jack (“Le Serpent Qui Danse”), and Ricardo Villalobos (“Something”), as well as future artists Bidul, Run Stop Restore and Spasm. Although its throbbing minimal techno aromas likely won’t age well, Post Office 2 should be drinking quite fine for the next year.