|FORMAT:||12’’ Vinyl Only|
|20/20 Vision are back with another stellar compilation of blistering new talent unearthed and curated by Luther Vine.AA
FOR04 kicks off with a contribution from the London based duo, Kassian. Joe & Warren’s partnership is both prolific and diverse. Over a short period of time, they’ve amassed an impressive back catalogue with in-demand releases on labels such as Phonica White, Heist and their own imprint Faux Poly. Never the ones to rest on their laurels, they continue to quest for the new cutting-edge sound and deliver it here with a track titled ‘Parallel’. It is an elastic minimalist driven groover, that mergers a perfect proportion of acid synth lines with taut drum workout. The end result is sure to keep your locked in on that dance floor.A
Next up we have Casey Spillman with aptly titled ‘Full Circle’. In a short period of time Casey’s distinct groove laden output has landed him with releases on Fuse, Constant Sound and Locus to name but a few. For some who know their labels that list alone is enough to provoke an involuntary movement in the extremities. Wait till you make the ‘Full Circle’! The groove here is locked in the well pronounced ringing drum shuffle and is accentuated by the opaque yet dreamy dubbed out chords and scattered vocal chops. Add a freight train of a baseline provided in the mix and you can guaranty a healthy rumble on the dance floor.A
Flip and awe! ‘Hour Glass’ is a bomb of rare dance floor destructive power. Crafted by the label’s curator Luther Vine and modular wizard Gregorio Soave, prior to its release on wax ‘Hour Glass’ has been tested as a secret weapon on most main & unsuspecting dance floors of UK’s capital. The result is consistently spectacular.AARight from the start the dubbed up relentless moogy bassline aims for the jugular and takes you on a hypnotic bender of a trip. Cosmic synth licks, swinging drum saults and deep pulsating chord stabs all aid the journey to that night’s elusive climax.
FOR004 waves goodbye with a fresh collaboration from East London’s finest, Thoma Bulwer and the esteemed Fabric resident, Anna Wall. ‘Spontaneity’ is an emotive, bittersweet deep house gem. With sparking synth lines, weighty 909 kicks swinging down low, and glistening euphoric modulating pads, this number is designed to bid you goodbye on a romantic, positive note and fill you up with optimism until we meet again for a new instalment of Fragments of Reality.A