A Music Compilation curated by Futurecop! of futuristic retro dance music. Release date - 05 June 2012 via Kiez Beats Records
Launch Party at NEST CLUB, LONDON on 26th May 2012 with futurecop!, fear of tigers, electronic rumours, c90s and edwin van cleef!
1. Lazerhawk - Shoulder of Orion 2. Car Clova - Farletched 3. StardonE - Lovedays 4. Mille - Afterski 5. Worship - Horizon 6. Lifelike feat. Namebrand and Yota - Love Emulator 7. Follow Me - A Mission Noctural 8. DatA - Electric Fever 9. Anoraak - Above Your Head 10. Fear of Tigers - Hidup 11. Robots With Rayguns - Fever 12. Phonat - The Microwave FX 13. Power Glove - Night Force 14. Maethelvin - Delight 15. Futurecop! - Forever Dreams (Beaumont Remix) 16. Young Digerati - The Dauphin 17. Futurecop! - Far Away (Leisure Council Remix) 18. NeonFlashDrive - Previously on X-Men
Track included in the compilation “Blasters 2: Adreneline” by VSR Records (http://soundcloud.com/vsrrecords) This compilation includes many different kinds of electronic music, my task was about french disco house. You could listen progressive, tech, deep… many styles of a bunch of musicians!
Long time Tsuba artist Okain makes a welcome return to the label with the O’Clock EP. The Original and No String Dub show a deeper side to Okain centering around classic house strings and bassline. Tsuba has a great reputaion for truly killer remixes and Gerd (Clone / Royal Oak) lives up to that and then some with a huge bassline and hypnotic melodies.
**DJ Support Craig Richards, Deep Space Orchestra, Glimpse, Claude Von Stroke, Konrad Black, Jonas Kopp, James What, Willie Graff, Felix (Hot Chip), Midland, Josh Wink, Matt Tolfrey, Laura Jones, Luciano, Deetron, Ethyl, Droog, Neville Watson, Ripperton, Luna City Express, Sebo K, Nicholas, Jef K, Jimpster, Paul Woolford, Ugly Drums, Franck Roger, D’Julz, Huxley, Mic Newman, DOP**
Abenteuer (Les Loups Remix): This is a remix for Ich Kann Fliegen, a band from our hometown Hannover. It’s the first time for us to work with German vocals and we tried to turn the pop-rock original into a slow tempo nu disco track. Hope you’ll like it!
Rebeka is an experimental pop phenomenon that the grapevine has been buzzing with even before their first official release.
And it all boils down to the explosive duet between a charismatic vocalist, Iwona Skwarek, and a compelling producer, Bartosz Szczesny. Homebrew disco, Chinese techno cooked up on a vintage keyboard bestowed eons of time ago at The First Communion.
This gifted twosome of an emerging generation is not to be limited to any musical boundaries. “The laser versus the axe,” as they say of their music. “It won’t be disco, rather resounding brass and diamonds.”
“Stars” was mixed by Mirror People, who also did a club mix. Punks Jump Up delivered two remixes and Discotexas made an accoustic version!