PC Music announces Vol. 2 compilation

PC Music announes Vol. 2 compilation, including tracks by Hannah Diamond, Danny L Harle. GFOTY

PC Music today announces the release of its second compilation alongside its next London showcase this November and an event in Berlin in December. The album and shows will round off a busy year for the label. one in which they grabbed the mainstream by the throat and made it take notice, striking a groundbreaking partnership deal with Columbia Records and utilising the major label’s resources to amplify further the PC Music message.

PC Music Vol. 2 features the label’s first BBC Radio 1 A-list record in Danny L Harle’s Broken Flowers; Harle’s current single, “Super Natural”, a collaboration with multi-Platinum-selling, Grammy-nominated singer songwriter Carly Rae Jepsen; “Only You”, PC Music’s groundbreaking collaboration with Chinese megastar Chris Lee (Li Yuchun); and PC Music founder A. G. Cook’s first new release in more than a year, “Superstar”; amongst many more. The album also features new tracks from Hannah Diamond, EASYFUN and felicita, the latter of whom officially signed to the label this year.

PC Music Vol. 2 Tracklist:
1. Hannah Diamond – Fade Away
2. Danny L Harle feat. Carly Rae Jepsen – Super Natural
3. A. G. Cook – Superstar
4. EASYFUN feat. Noonie Bao – Monopoly ***
5. GFOTY – Poison
6. felicita – a new family ***
7. Hannah Diamond – Hi
8. Danny L Harle – Broken Flowers
9. Chris Lee – Only You
10. Life Sim – I.D.L
*** previously unreleased

Two new PC Music events are today announced for London’s Heaven on November 30th and Berlin’s Berghain on December 1st. The events will feature performances from A. G. Cook, Danny L Harle, EASYFUN, felicita, GFOTY, Hannah Diamond, Lil Data and Spinee, and follow PC Music’s first ever showcase in Hollywood, Pop City LA, which took place in July and featured performances from across the roster as well as surprise guest appearances from Carly Rae Jepsen and Charli XCX. PC Music’s A. G. Cook and Hannah Diamond both collaborated with XCX on her Vroom Vroom EP earlier this year, and Cook was recently named XCX’s Creative Director.