Ten years is a long time for an independent record label and Kitty-Yo celebrate this fact with a two-CD set. It doesn't seem like half a decade since the Freischwimmer five year compilation but in that time it seems that the Berlin-based label has further enhanced its electronica and hip hop roster and this being a collection of unreleased and exclusive tracks, it's doubly impressive that the quality level rarely drops. There's room for bedsit melancholia (Richard Davis, Tarwater), German-spoken hip-hop (Kante and Laub), Portishead-type meldodrama (Louie Austen) and some excellent instrumentals (Spyritual, Rechenzentrum). Yet it's hard to know whether Jimi Tenor's super-seedy 'Going For The Gold' is intentionally funny or not. But with such a varied and talented bunch of artists, what price a twenty-year celebration in 2014?