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Ingalls Way EP
Ingalls Way EP (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: VIS 303. Rel: 05 Mar 18
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Potential Events
  2. Windeye
  3. Windeye (radioactive Man remix)
  4. Back To Sine
Review: "20/20 Vision's was founded on the idea of 'perfect sight'. We wanted people to have a clear vision of music. A big part of that musical vision was our influences from the origins of Electro music - from the original Electro Pop pioneers Kraftwerk and Yello to more experimental laboratories of Raymond Scott, Tomita, Wendy Carlos and the BBC Radiophonic workshop. We also loved the next wave of Electro from Detroit brought by Juan Atkins and Cybotron. All the early 20/20 Vision output was produced at Farmhouse Studios by Carl Finlow, who went on to record as Random Factor, Voice Stealer and Silicon Scally. Now that output is regarded as classic Electro. It now seems like a great moment again to dive back into the deep and find the next generation of electro artists...

Welcome Chris Roman aka 214 with the 'Ingalls Way', a record filled with the kind of creativity and production skills we have become accustomed to with his music over the years. After previous outings on electro institutions Frustrated Funk and Central Processing Unit, 214 now appears for the first time on 20/20 Vision. From the atmospheric tones of 'Potential Events', the manic energy of 'Windeye' and the deeper grooves of 'Back To Sine', it's an EP that leaves no stone unturned in the intergalactic sonic quest.

On remix duties we have none other than Keith Tenniswood aka Radioactive Man, who also makes his first appearance on the label. Along with his work as Two Lone Swordsmen with Andrew Weatherall, Keith and his Radioactive output is generally regarded in the upper echelons of British electronic music and we're really excited to have him feature on the label. "

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BE (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: VIS 265. Rel: 23 Feb 15
Deep House
  1. BE (12" version)
  2. BE (Citizenn Warehouse mix)
  3. BE (Hercules & Love Affair remix)
Review: Revered UK producer Laurence Blake has unveiled his new alias Citizenn, a nod to his maturing sound and harder-edge approach to production. Along with this new name, comes a forthcoming release on 2020Vision, 'BE'.
BE features the vocals of former Azari and III member SYF, and an exclusive remix from Hercules & Love Affair. The original mix of BE comes through with Citizenn's much loved retro-futuristic sound that's overlaid with SYF's spell binding vocals. Hercules & Love Affair's remix follows, and maintains the darkness of the original before taking a playhouse-style approach that's riddled with wonky, cosmic hues. Rounding off the EP is Citizenn's Warehouse Dub Remix - a tough, and atmospheric techno edit, forged in the depths of the world's most renowned techno haunts including Fabric, Panorama Bar and Ibiza's DC10 - and a firm influence on Citizenn's musical direction. A further remix from Forrest and 2020Vision's very own Ralph Lawson will also feature on the digital release.
"BE was put together over a number of months during a hectic touring schedule, Cedric (SYF) and I were messing around with some sounds and after a few hours we had the makings of the track. I wanted to do something a bit more emotive something that could be listened to at home and in the club. Andy (Hercules & Love Affair) coming on board for the remix was like a dream come true for me. I remember seeing them on the first UK tour and have been a fan ever since. Hope you enjoy this package as much as I enjoyed putting it together" says Citizenn.
Citizenn is an artist with many strings to his bow. Having already made massive impact with slew of releases on discerning labels including Madtech and Love Fever Records, and subsequently named DJ Mag's 'Best Breakthrough Artist' of 2013, BE takes Citizenn into 2015 with his strongest ammunition yet.
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Cat: VIS 301. Rel: 12 Mar 18
Minimal/Tech House
  1. London Nights
  2. London Nights (Jason Heath remix)
  3. London Nights (Burnski remix)
  4. London Nights (Ralph Lawson dub)
Review: Dokta has been seen lurking around 20:20 Vision with a curious take on that label's particular brand of house. That step to the left becomes more pronounced on this record, where Dokta gets to call on a wealth of live instrumentation to animate his sound. On "London Nights" he interweaves vocal, ambling keys and crooked basslines into a curious and utterly inspired cocktail of cool-headed pressure, which Jason Heath then simmers down to a purely instrumental refrain. Burnski goes to the other extreme and beefs the track up for a firm and functional ride, while Ralph Lawson dubs the track out and gives it a low slung swagger.
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Cat: VIS 300. Rel: 17 Jul 17
  1. 2nd Nature (7:40)
  2. 2nd Nature (Jay Clarke remix) (6:17)
  3. 2nd Nature (Seth Troxler & Bas Ibellini remix) (8:51)
Played by: Bobby Pleasure
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Baby Powder (140 gram transparent vinyl 1-sided 12")
Cat: DOKTA 001. Rel: 05 Feb 18
Deep House
  1. Baby Powder (15:20)
Review: After delivering two well-received EPs to 20:20 Vision last year, Dokta is starting up his own series of releases on the long-standing tech house institution. He's starting this new mission in style with a single-sided, 15-minute long epic with Leonidas to send the dancefloor into a deep house rapture. There's a cosmic space flight narrative to get drawn into, a wealth of expressive sax playing, an extended meltdown, some well chosen shout outs to the pioneers, and a sweetly subdued roll out that feels very far from where the journey began, like all epic tracks should do. Talk about a statement release.
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Business EP (feat Mathew Jonson's Late For Work remix)
Cat: VIS 304. Rel: 19 Mar 18
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Business (Mathew Jonson Late For Work remix)
  2. Let Your Body
  3. Business
Review: "Up next on 20/20 Vision we welcome Nathan Jonson back for his second outing on the label, and this time it's rounded off with a big remix from his brother Mathew Jonson.

Business EP finds Nathan back in familiar musical territory. Serving up genre bending tracks which fuse electro, techno, house and old school rave into a melting pot of electronica which is not easy to define. 'Business' & 'Let Your Body' are unconventional, unique and original, with off kilter basslines and rave stabs reminiscent of a Luke Vibert and Carl Finlow hybrid.

The release also see's the first appearance on 20/20 Vision from none other than Mathew Jonson, who turns in a killer remix of title track 'Business'. Since 2001 Mathew has constantly evolved, with a back catalogue of scene defining tracks and one of the most electric live shows in the business. It's a honour to finally have him feature on the label.

A1. Business
A2. Let Your Body
B1. Business (Mathew Jonson's Late For Work Remix)
Digital Exclusive: Epic Deadly"

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Cat: VIS 297. Rel: 24 Apr 17
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Cross Colours (8:50)
  2. Cross Colours (Luke Vibert remix) (5:32)
  3. Cross Colours (Ralph Lawson & Rui-Z remix) (7:10)
  4. Cross Colours (Dokta remix) (7:15)
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York (12")
Cat: VIS 268. Rel: 29 May 17
Minimal/Tech House
  1. York (8:00)
  2. Lhotse (7:02)
  3. Nordkap (6:41)
Review: Classy German producer Christian Loffler makes a rare appearance away from his own Ki Records with York, a fine three track transmission for the 20/20 Vision label. If you are familiar with Loffler's Ki output you will know the German has few peers when it comes to productions rich in deepness and emotion and that's fully evident across York. What is also clear is the title track is Loffler's most club-focused production yet, a strong techy edge added to the familiar rolling fluidity and cooing harmonies. The two other tracks veer closer to his Ki releases and will hopefully act as a bridge for the more inquisitive Loffler newcomers to explore a rich discography.
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Cat: VIS 294. Rel: 13 Feb 17
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Astral Acid (7:15)
  2. Death Drive (7:03)
  3. Somewhere I Read (6:14)
  4. Adrift (6:11)
Played by: Alexis Le-Tan, Zambon
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