If you got in touch with dance music in recent times, it's most likely your ears, eyes and feet have come across the output of Tilburg-based DJ, producer, singer, and graphic designer Raynor de Groot. The Tunnelvisions project (together with Emiel van den Dungen), which got famous for their affection for retro-futuristic sound aesthetics. His vocal collaborations, most prominent on the track "Can't Stop" with Eagles & Butterflies, got played by everybody from Four Tet to Pete Tong. And with his solo outings as Coloray, the genre-bending artist ventures even further into the fields of Ambient, EBM, House, and Disco. After releases on Innervisions, Atomnation, and Raynor's Intercept label, Coloray shines his light on a 2 track EP for Permanent Vacation. The title track "Romantics" couldn't be more suited for the PV family: An optimistic sun-drenched Disco affair paired with 90's House elements and a melody that will stay in your head for one endless summer. While "Future of The Free Land" is an atmospheric, yet uplifting track, with a nod to the roots of UK dance music. Looks like this multilayered artist already found his pot of gold at the end of the rainbow.