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The Future Sound Of London
Yage 2019

Yage 2019 is an exciting new Record Store Day release from The Future Sound Of London. Veteran fans of the 90’s rave legends will already know the record’s title track given that it first showed up towards the back end of FSoL’s 1996 LP Dead Cities. Here we see the group taking the original and manipulating it into eleven original tracks. Don’t think of Yage 2019 as a remix album - this is very much a record in its own right.

Humanoid
Built By Humanoid

Before Future Sounds of London, there was Humanoid. Known for their classic acid house single 'Stakker Humanoid', Humanoid will release an album a mere 30 years after they burst onto the scene. Fast, frantic, and beat driven, 'Built By Humanoid' merges the old and new to create an acid monster.  

The Future Sound Of London
Environment Five

Always good to see a nice pair of pylons on a record sleeve. This record consists of thirteen new recordings by the leftfield dance experimentalists. They have already released four in the environments series consisting of archive recordings but this is the first one to contain new stuff. They say they are exploring the space/time/dimension that exists when we die. Best not to think about it lads. Have some chips and enjoy yourselves. A few notable guests include Daniel Pemberton, Syd Arthur and Neotropic. Comes on vinyl and CD. 

The Future Sound Of London
Environments 4

A salad of ambient and drone-like variations from The Future Sound Of London. Environments 4 is another passage through time and space, featuring sonic examinations, forest and urban excursions and eastern drones, percussion and strings. Is it dance music? Is it really the future sound of London? I'll get back to you on that. Out on vinyl LP and CD from Jumpin & Pumpin.

The Future Sound Of London
Environments 2

The acidic and naturalist IDM duo returned with a follow-up to their record 'Environments' with more eclectic bliss. The Future Sound of London have never been one to stick to their genre tags, and so decided to mess up the whole process with this sequel, offering an hour of music that bended together the archetypes of classical music (string swells, brooding cellos, and a choir, because why not?) with their usual landscape of beats and electronic beard-stroking. These guys have grander ambitions (and probably better writing skills) than James Cameron: 'Environments 2' was one of five entries into the series.

The Future Sound Of London
Environments

Environments has an interesting history to it. It is known as the ‘lost’ Future Sound Of London album, being originally due for release in 1993 but never quite getting out there. Now we can at last hear what we were missing out on: more prime sound from the masters. This was released digitally and on CD a few years ago, but this is the first ever vinyl pressing.

Synthi A
Ignition of the Sun

All the sounds on this record were created using the EMS Synthi AKS, which was one of the first synthesizers available (1971) and made legendary by Pink Floyd, Brian Eno, and The Polyphonic Workshop. Ignition of the Sun is a psychedelic analogue electronics trip back to the 70s. Perfect for any modular obsessives.
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  • FSOL Digital

Blackhill Transmitter
Blackhill Transmitter

Blackhill Transmitter is another pseudonymous side-project from the Future Sound Of London crew. The vibe is vintage-spooky, with thick synth-sounds circulating around clomping beats. Hard-to-explain sounds enter the mix too, quite conceivably from a haunted radio mast somewhere… 180g vinyl release on the group’s own FSOL Digital label.
  • Label(s):
  • FSOL Digital