All we really know is this is a hot 12" on a new label called Loonie Bin, purportedly coming out of Canada. The rumor mill is already working up some steam with esteemed Deep House DJs speculating about who it might be... is it the Mood Hut crew or someone else?
Either way it's a double header of the kind of deepness I love. Dream Visions weighs in at 15 minutes long. It has that cut up styled techno vibe that Detroit Swindle do so well, has relentless drums, low end bass and drops in all the right places.
On the flipside the shorter and slightly straighter Dream Version will please the Deep House Heads no end. It's got that old school Chicago swagger akin to the likes of Mr Fingers and the bassline instantly made me think of Secret Value by Linkwood on Shevchenko.
All allegedly based on an organ sample from Peech Boys 'Dont Make Me Wait', there is a time and a place for both mixes and there is a good chance this is going to be one of those sought after records that goes for a daft price in the future.
Grab it now for £7.99 or be prepared to pay more for it on Discogs if you sleep on it...