Vision Collective Recordings brings us another beautifully crafted EP titled “The Perception” which was recently released. This is the second 12″ Vinyl release from Vision Collective Recordings and features some superbly produced Deep House tracks. The maestros behind this awesome body of work are; John Collins, QuestionmarQ who produces two tracks off this 4 track EP, and last but not least is Mick Verma, who adds his magic touch on “Twisted”.
You are taken into the deep from the time the needle drops, the opening track by John Collins “Freestylin”, is a laid back jam and made for the connoisseurs of the Deep House genre. With just instrumentals alone the lead piano definitely makes this track- giving it a Jazzy feel throughout. Mick Verma’s “Twisted” is another greatly produced track even with minimal sounds its still full and complete, the dominate sounds and riffs on the track have a trance effect that takes you on a deep and twisted trip. As much as this track is dominated by all these dizzying Techno sounds the soul of it definitely comes out on the drums which sound authentic and analog in an electronic bubble.
QuestionmarQ comes through with two powerful tracks which are on different levels of energy but still pack the same punch. The 1st track “Live is to learn” featuring Miss Motif, is mellow with some great vocals that carry a life lesson- the track is well produced and adds positively to the overall aura of the EP, it keeps you anticipating the sound of the needle in the background. His 2nd track “Believe” is more upbeat and also has that disco and Techno influence to it, with the Deep House feel of the track coming through on the keys. This is one to drop when the sun is just rising after an unforgettable evening or on those Sunday sessions when the soul and body needs to be revived.
This EP is definitely some food for soul and we just love how Vision Collective preserves the culture of House music by dropping these exclusive Vinyl records. What makes “The Perception” such a authentic EP is that it’s only available on Vinyl but you can listen to the digital version of “The Perception” below.
A1: Freestylin’ by John Collins.
A2: To Live Is To Learn by QuestionmarQ & Miss Motif.
B1: Twisted by Mick Verma.
B2: Believe by QuestionmarQ.