Future Disco: Technicolour Nights

by Various Artists

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It’s been ten years since Future Disco arrived with the seminal first edition ‘A Guide To 21st Century Disco’ since then they have gone on to release over 20 albums and count-less worldwide parties and radio shows. So to celebrate ten years in the Disco forefront Future Disco have provided a new artistic direction alongside a brand new album in the series.

While the outside may have changed the inside is exactly the same. An on point selec-tion of the sound of today and tomorrow, with a solid nod to the past. Future Disco has always managed to weave that line of interesting and party starting and on this album it’s no different. Disco has always been about uniting the dancefloor and Future Disco embody this spirit with a cross selection of sounds and artists.

They find plenty of future rising stars with Berlin’s Cinthie, New Zealand’s Flamingo Pier and Paris’s Yuksek all comfortably sitting alongside more established names as Jamie Jones who reworks Teddy Pendergrass, Metro Area’s Darshan Jesrani and the original destroyer of Rock and Roll, Mylo.

There are plenty of exclusives too. Two Future Disco edits from head compiler Sean Brosnan and two exclusive tracks, one from superstar dance producer Mylo and one from cult hero Kiwi.

The entire mixed album has as always been edited and mixed for dancing pleasure.
For the first time the album will be available as a heavyweight limited vinyl edition.

Launch party – Friday 3rd May – Micks Garage

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released May 17, 2019

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