New contest: Win two double tickets for Unknown Festival 2014 Enter now! Hide tip

Album Reviews

Future Disco Vol. 7

Til the lights come up

Future Disco series have been growing slowly and gaining the respect of media and artists, even to be awarded by iTunes electronic album of the year in 2009. And over time, over recent years, the style of electronic disco has been gaining popularity in the scene, starring Mario Basanov, Tiger & Woods, Crazy P and Tensnake, among others. Now we are at Volume 7 of this Future Disco adventure started on Azuli Records in 2009 but with the second volume stayed in Needwant. Responsible for the success of this compilation is Sean Brosnan, label manager of this label and the person in charge of collecting the themes for each issue. The party has a busy schedule of dates worldwide, with a summer residency at Space Ibiza.

This seventh episode focuses on the magic and mystery of the early hours. Through an astute choice of unreleased cuts and classic tracks, it spotlights diverse artists from near and far, that are familiar (Crazy P, Axel Boman and the delicate closing moments from Tale Of Us and Clockwork) but equally unknown (James Fox and Templehof). Future Disco 7 takes another voyage through our collective musical senses and comes out bleary eyed. This edition titled Til the lights come up, offers special collaborations from Cajmere & Sonny Wharton, explores new dimensions with Psychemajik, Lucas and Ejeca, and has no fear to enter in darker alternatives like the Dj Koze remix of Mount Kimbie. Therefore, new success of the London label that continues opening more the range of the electronic music styles.