Switzerland's Ripper ton and Sam K present the first Perspectiv compilation called Family Tree, with 11 unmixed, unreleased, DJ-friendly tracks from the label's favorite artists hailing from Lausanne, Geneva, Amsterdam and Hamburg. Minz strike back with a brand new song called "The Man with the Kite" and a high dancefloor burner remix of his "Chinese Drip" by the owner of Plak Records, Chaton. Mark August presents "Bende," a track with a unique, deep and emotional touch. Next are three new additions to the label: Quenum, who drives everyone crazy with a massive minimal house tune, the groove magician Quarion, who shakes up the house with the burning "Takin' No Shorts" and Vanhai, who runs with the demons and angels with the incredibly sensitive "Faith." Masaya continues to keep your attention with her vocal and mental atmosphere on "Intentar." Meanwhile, Daria elevates US all to the sky with the morning love anthem, "Alpaga." Three close friends delivers three non-stop floor-fillers: Agnès presents "The New Beat Corps," with a fiery, orchestral sound that will remind you of those old '70s big booty shakers, while NDRU spins minimal groove, perfect for after hours exhaustion. Laurine Frost returns after his huge Ghosts EP to deliver a journey into a magical percussive trip. This is music that will save the world and the dancefloor.