During the 90ies when Techno came up real large the first time, it was all about future imagination, technology and science fiction. These days Techno is having it's big revival to the new generation. Ever since we reached the point of technology taking control of us and all the evil science fiction scenarios seem to become reality, there is a trend towards everything that is vintage, human and controllable. This is the new grammar. Present Futures picks up at that point from a post-millennial perspective, translating a quite modern groove into a smooth and timeless floor filler. Warm, analogue synths and a bouncing bottom end, which is typical for the David Sharife sound, are talking modern retrofuturism. The b-side goes a little further back in this time travel and speaks a rougher syntax. Past Presents represents a fast and raw mid-90ies inspired adrenaline rush without anything fancy.