Few artists strike the balance between the classic and contemporary quite as effortlessly as The Vision. Striving to produce meaningful and honest records, their latest single ‘Mountains’ makes an apt follow-up to their incredible breakout hit ‘Heaven’, the vocal house record that garnered support from BBC 6 Music and Radio 1, as well as tastemakers that ranged from Joe Claussell and Gerd Janson to Gilles Peterson. Teaming up with the exquisite Andreya Triana once more, ‘Mountains’ illustrates the duo’s ability to create records with boundless dancefloor appeal, without forgoing a drop of soul or emotion, as melodic keys and rich instrumentation bring Andreya’s stirring vocal to life. After his acclaimed edit of ‘Heaven’ it seems only appropriate that dance music pioneer Danny Krivit would provide a remix of the pair’s latest offering too, road tested at high-profile gigs like Dekmantel festival, his club-friendly mix with extended breaks and a deep, wandering bassline highlights his signature New York City flare.
The Vision feat. Andreya Triana – Mountains (Joey Negro Live And Direct Extended Mix)
Nu-disco is a 21st-century dance music genre associated with a renewed interest in the late 1970s and early 1990s US disco, as well as synthesizer-heavy 1980s European dance music styles. The genre was especially popular in the first half of 2000s, and experienced another small resurgence through the 2010s. Wikipedia