VCRD001 was Mick Verma's Synthsomagic/Vermaquin. The former is a driftaway post-club deep house excursion, with synth washes galore and a 303 bassline, while Vermaquin is a lazy, summer-sounding cut that you'd ideally hear by a poolside somwhere.
VCRD002, released just a few weeks ago, follows that with QuestionmarQ's September On Fire and R&S. September On Fire is a midtempo deep house cut with a fat, organic-sounding (emphasis on -sounding!) bassline, some lovely jazzy keys and a disembodied female voice saying "works almost instantly" – like something out of a sci-fi movie. R&S, meanwhile, is a more uptempo, techified affair and aimed straight at the dancefloor.
On this evidence, Vision Collective could be a label to keep an eye on. Keep 'em coming boys!
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