The Vision arrive with their first original output, where the Bristol-Boston collab deliver a soulful dose of house goodness. This release from genre defying musician Ben Westbeech and crate digger royalty KON also features Ben’s long-time collaborator Andreya Triana, whose powerhouse vocals you may recognise from Breach’s ‘Everything You Never Had (We Had It All)’.
On the A-Side sits KON’s edit of ‘Heaven’, a funk-laden and vocal-led cut destined for the dancefloor. It’s all about this cut on here for me. Kon does an amazing job on the edit and it’s the kind of tune that makes you purse up your face like you’ve just sucked a lemon. Anyone that has seen the video with Joe Classell eqing the hell out of the original mix knows what a bomb this is on the dancefloor. Instant classic! Doubling up this up with 2 copies is great fun!!
On the flip is ‘Home’, a soulful lament that showcases Andreya’s flawless vocals as much as the duo’s exquisite production abilities. A downtempo soul cut that is exclusive to this 7″.
This release shows the music obsessed pair take inspiration from deep in their record collections, and as more releases build up in the pipeline for 2019 this is an exciting preview of things to come.
This has release been sold for up to £20 on Discogs in the past. Sold out at the distributer, last few copies in stock.
A. Heaven (KON’s Edit)