Lapsus Records proudly presents the fourth release in it's Perennial series, dedicated to reissuing classic and timeless pieces from established contemporary electronic music artists. Following the successful reissue of Myam James Part I in 2018 (LPS PS001-LP), Lapsus Records once again turns to cult producer Kettel, aka Reimer Eising, to offer the second instalment of his stunning work that in 2019, also marks ten years since it's original release date on Dutch label Sending Orbs. Myam James 2, originally released in 2009, was the much-anticipated continuation of a work that revolutionized the IDM scene and ten years on it sounds as fresh and current as ever. Although it was created as a conceptual extension to it's prequel, on this occasion the album's acid lines seem to develop in a way that allows space for melodic ambient passages and more intimate compositions, revealing Eising's classical training and incorporating instruments including the cello and acoustic piano. The Mayam James 2 blueprint is extraordinary, with energetic braindance and electro tracks interlaced with sonic interludes, often reminiscent of French minimalism and impressionism - "Shinjuku Inn", "Sauce" and "Song From 4pm Herring" are good examples of this. Lapsus Records celebrate the tenth anniversary of this audio treasure with a special collectors' edition double-vinyl pressing. Includes two unreleased tracks produced at the time of the album's original release: "Boltklap" and "Lisenlily". Accompanied by a lithographic print from the original artwork by illustrator Jeroen Advocaat. Re-mastered by Xavier Alarcón. Comes on marbled purple vinyl.