Die Orangen (aka Dreems & Kris Baha) are back on Malka Tuti with the 2nd installment of their Saft series, containing fresh music, remixes, reworks and more… Saft 2 presents 2 tracks, one on each side. On the A side you can find an epic Goa leaning version of the now classic Yaranabe track (off their debut LP Zest), by non-other than Full Circle, aka Joakim and Alexis Le Tan. The proto-goa aficionados, owners of the label Crowdspacer and huge inspiration to Malka Tuti’s sound have delivered a banger like nothing else around, and its already getting mega support by the likes of Vladimir Ivkovic, Ivan Smagghe, John Talabot and many more. On the B-side you can find a new Die Orangen track, which is more like a Journey than track. A 15 minute journey through sonic spaces, ancient futures and alternative dimensions. Although sonically the track screams Industrial, with a closer listen, Die Orangen managed to use a vast pallet of sounds, ideas and magic to create a musical journey that travels outside the boxes of genres and norms. Die Orangen Style.