After being named iTunes Dance Album of 2009, Future Disco returns with their third episode armed with a fresh round of modern disco bullets to fire up the day, and keep it alight well into the night.
Future Disco has become the staple choice for all music fans seeking a fresh and contemporary selection of rare and favoured tracks, indelibly mapping a new trend like no other. Volume 3 takes in hot creations from some of the freshest artists of the moment including Lindstrom & Christabelle, Greg Wilson, The Revenge, Holy Ghost and Todd Terje.
The Future Disco ethos is to bring together the very best in a burgeoning modern disco scene, no matter your musical persuasion capturing the imagination of the listener, and made for indulging in at any time. Following on from the debut 'Future Disco - A Guide to 21st Century Disco' and subsequent ‘The Extended Future Disco Mix’, ‘City Heat’ is a prelude to the summer, suitably timed as the current disco movement engulfs cities globally such as London, New York and Sydney. The passion and energy of ‘City Heat’ engages with an audience that have (or will soon become) smitten with the soundtrack of disco.
The entire mix is once again re-edited and carefully mixed by Sean Brosnan, who has created a completely unique excursion joining the musical dots between disco of the past, present and future.
‘Future Disco Volume 3 City Heat’ features unreleased and exclusive material such as Greg Wilson’s version of Ilija Rudman 'Call Me Tonight’ and the Tensnake Remix of Johny Denell ‘Jam Hot’. Captivating treats appear from the notorious Crazy P in the form of the divine Hot Toddy mix of ‘Never Gonna Reach Me’, and Lindstrom & Christabelle’s inspirational ‘Baby Can’t Stop,’ ensuing their highly praised collaborative album project.
Todd Terje heats things up with his classic disco record, ‘Eurodans’ and two tracks feature from new school hero, The Revenge, recently celebrated for his versatility and wide appeal across the house, techno and the disco worlds. Disco’s newest don, Tensnake again appears as he has on each Future Disco episode so far, and new artists such as Nick Chacona, Bonar Bradberry, and Sean Brosnan himself also deliver precious gems to the mix.
The CD is available in mixed and unmixed format, and sleeve notes have been written by the stunning vocalist, Kathy Diamond, whose vocal is one of many highlights in the mix. Photography of the London disco scene is also included in the booklet courtesy of Darrell Berry (www.darrell-berry.com).
Since the first episode in 2008, Future Disco has evolved info a radio show and a series of global events, currently holding ongoing residencies at Ministry of Sound London, with Carl Cox at Space Ibiza and 360 Dubai. Also staging regular events from Amsterdam to Singapore, the sound of Future Disco is spreading to distant shores and some of the best clubs in the world.
Future Disco has led the way as a new movement took hold of its London base. It continues to offer a candid and likeable outlook to the otherwise tedious alternatives, weaving all curious listeners through an exhilarating sonic journey.
FUTURE DISCO TOUR DATES
9th May Blue Marlin, Ibiza feat Sean Brosnan
5th June Stereolounge, Singapore feat Dom Chung
10th June 360, Dubai feat Faze Action (DJ set)
11th June Coral Reef, Bahrain feat Faze Action (DJ set)
8th July Garden Festival, Croatia feat Ilija Rudman, Sean Brosnan, Dom Chung
10th July Ministry of Sound, London feat Juan Maclean (DJ set), Sean Brosnan, Dom Chung
13th July Space, Ibiza Carl Cox residency in Red Box feat Sean Brosnan & Dom Chung
20th July Space, Ibiza Carl Cox residency in Red Box
03rd Aug Space, Ibiza Carl Cox residency in Red Box
10th Aug Space, Ibiza Carl Cox residency in Red Box
24th Aug Space, Ibiza Carl Cox residency in Red Box
7th Sept Space, Ibiza Carl Cox residency in Red Box