Future Disco continue to creep further into the conscious heart of the discerning music lover as it moves onto its fourth episode in the award-winning defining series with Neon Nights. Already receiving praise from the press, this edition is being hailed as the best in the series to date.
In a time where the compilation market is saturated and stale, Future Disco has achieved a cult following across the worlds of music and fashion over its three years of releases. Awarded iTunes UK dance album of the year 2009, they have crafted a winning formula exploring the boundaries of contemporary house and disco music achieved through each creative mix.
The fourth edition Neon nights is more mystifying and seductive than its older siblings, giving heavy nods to the inspirational eras of the 80s and early nineties as well as the glamour of New York, handpicking a handful of current East coast stars including Escort, Jacques Renault, Storm Queen and Holy Ghost.
Some old hands join new faces for Neon Nights, with leading figures Hot Chip, The Revenge and 2020Soundsystem laid alongside exclusive tracks from Mario Basanov and Bonar Bradberry, both tipped for big things in 2011. Future Disco was one of the first to give recognition to global success stories such as Tensnake and Aeroplane and continues to discover new talents and trends through each episode.
Standout tracks appear from Storm Queen Look Right Through, an exclusive to Future Disco from Morgan Geist of Metro Area and the glamorous Midnight Magic Beam Me up (Jacques Renault remix), whose peak disco sound has found love from everyone from Erol Alkan to Optimo and Faze Action.
Reinventing the meaning of a disco anthem, Shes Bad from Bad Rabbits with the remix from (one half of Wolf + Lamb) Gadi Mizrahis and Soul Clap. Kaine feat Kathy Diamonds Balearic inspired Love Saves The Day brings the closing moments to life with a fusion of its original and the sublime Soul Clap remix, a great conclusion to this seamless mix of musical fruits.
Carefully re-edited and mixed by Sean Brosnan, each episode comes into creation through the skilled cutting, splicing, extension and arrangement of some of the finest hand-picked records from the past, present and future, resulting in a completely unique mix. Pursuing more of an uptempo house vibe in this edition, Future Disco still taps firmly at the heart of disco and its fusion with contemporary underground dancefloor music.