<Downtempo> Danish Delights is a 19 track chilled out release compiled by Alexander Descroix. N.A.S.A (aka Mikkel) opens with a sombre sounding Solitude and is then followed by an interesting Middle Eastern tune, Mapusa by Mashti. Monsters is from Rosa Lux’s debut album and I found this House track to be a bit boring, personally. Thankfully it is followed by a more interesting and upbeat [also quite housey] track by Def Jaguar (remixed by Djuma Soundsystem) called Chick 1 which has a nice groove. This is Your Party by Justin Side is clubby and sensual; just a pity that the lyrics are really clichéd. The excellent Disturbed Owl by Critical Choice is slow and chilled; a real gem of a tune. Tusindfryd by Morten Granau is simple (acoustic guitar) and beautiful and really shows of the progressive trance producer’s gentle side. Flowjob’s Ashore was a little disappointing; it didn’t seem to go anywhere and sounded like one long build-up. I’m a big Flowjob fan so maybe I need to give it a few more listens. Hillred Street by Vonoom contains really cool vox and has a pleasing, absorbing melody. RDG delivers one of the coolest tracks, a really slow jazzy and Dubstep groover named, Black Chronic. The brilliant In the Dub by Bes is what I’d term ‘chillstep’ and is one of the most unique on the compilation. Other tracks making up this compilation include artists, Laust Sonne, I Got You On Tape, Seamoon & Miki, Neo Geo, Saint Janus, Hankat, Erot and Audiolog. The track selection seemed to me a little disjointed at times, so whilst I really, really enjoyed some of tracks, others have not yet grabbed my fancy.