Five winners each get the 'Re:Vision Vol 1' label compilation, plus copies of the first two Vision Collective 12-inches
If you like your house not just deep, but uncompromisingly so, then you should be aware of Irish label Vision Collective Recordings by now. They've been serving up only the finest in dubby, laidback house grooves for nearly five years now - sometimes leaning to the prog side, sometimes with a garage-y flava, but always of the calibre that comes from a release schedule that favours quality over quantity.
If, on the other hand, you've yet to discover the joys of Vision Collective's sterling back catalogue, then you're in luck, because to celebrate their reaching their 25th release, we've got five free downloads of their recent Re:Vision Vol 1 compilation to give away. Featuring 20 tracks from the label's regular artists including Mick Verma, QuestionmarQ and Yohan Esprada, it's the perfect introduction to one of the most overlooked house labels around.
What's more, each winner will also receive vinyl copies of the label's first two 12-inch releases, The House It Goin' EP and The Perception EP. To be in with a chance of winning, just tell us:
In which city are Vision Collective Recordings based?
Send your answer in an email with the subject line VCR competition to firstname.lastname@example.org, to reach us no later than 15 January. On that date, we'll pick five winners at random to receive a download code for the album and, of course, the lovely shiny vinyl. Good luck!