Five years on, Seth Troxler, Sean Reeves, Ryan Crosson and Lee Curtiss are still riding on the success of their successful Visionquest label, churning out quality club tracks on a consistent basis. This is no exception. Romania's Vinyl Speed Adjust aren't as analogue as their name would suggest, on the contrary; this is pristine and progressive house of the truly modern kind that fans of Life & Death or Innervisions will appreciate too. First track "Carpe Diem" is a slow burning and atmospheric number similar to Stephan Bodzin's stuff. "Divider" is more driving with its wobbly sub bass with trippy vocals and pads. Lastly there's "Circles From Field" which is a smoother and more minimal affair with its truly tight rhythm and all round spooky atmosphere.
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