It's getting dark at the Jannowitz headquarters. Not literally, but the music at least. This month's Ep is one of the gloomiest we have published so far. But in standard Jannowitz Records manner it is not only gloomy, but also heavy-hitting. For this EP Jaw Dropping Records label head and shooting star Rachel Raw teamed up with Italian power duo Mr. Bizz for another double Vision EP. You remember, the new concept that we've launched a few weeks ago: Showcasing more original tracks by our favorite artists! This month even with a little extra but we'll come to that later.Mr. Bizz just recently released their mind-blowing Rush EP on Jannowitz Records in March. And joined us finally for the new Main Artist Rooster. We had already loved their music before, but that release truly convinced us. That's why we wanted to have them back on the label as quickly as possible. And their new tracks Vision and Intenso are both even better this time. Vision starts off with an evil intro part that prepares you for the hellish bass-infused techno track that's about to hit you. Intenso's kcik-drum is punchier, the melodic elements livelier, but the deep and rolling bassline in the back makes it another dungeon track. As to Rachel Raw: We're proud to present her first solo track on Jannowitz Records. Leo builds up slowly, letting you await the main theme for the first minute. But then suddenly the synthie part begins and Leo turns into an almost-oriental-sounding-super-bouncy-but-still-dark-in-its-nature techno track that will definitely draw the attention from the biggest techno artists around.For Rachel's second track on this EP we decided to do something new. If you've been following Jannowitz Records for a longer time now, you will definitely remember Flow & Zeo. They're our favorite producers from Brazil and have showed off their skills on our label several times. Their most successful release Schwarze Katze came out two years ago. For Vision EP, Rachel sat down with her producer buddy Carbon to work on this iconic track. The result, a proper dancefloor weapon that shouldn't be missing in any club sets this fall.