Start the weekend early with this uplifting new remix of Futurecop!& Keenhouse‘s ‘The Only Way’ from Brooklyn’s GRVRBBRS. Jovial synth leads married with breezy vocals make this one a must-add to that Sunshine Playlist that you’re putting together. Pick up The Adverntures of Star Pony EP on iTunes here!
Earlier this week, UK producers, Futurecop!, released their much anticipated music video for “The Only Way.” Starring members of the Parks and Recreations cast, as well as Jon Lajoie from the hit series “The League,” the video tells the comedic story of a boy who falls in love with a mannequin. A love story behind a backdrop of unicorns, miniature golf, and 1980’s visuals is the perfect compliment for the synth-heavy and dream-inducing melodies of Futurecop!.
Find out about “We Are The Future” compilation + a mix after the jump!
Futurecop! is coming through with their very first single release, the Starworshipper EP. With a nostalgic 80’s pop sound, it’s a strong release complete with remixes from Lenno, Mitch Murder, Jowie Schulner, and Out There. Not only is this their first single release, but they also did their very first video that we are premiering here after the jump. In addition to all of this content, we are providing a free download of the Mitch Murder remix for your listening pleasure. Check out the EP, download the free remix, and watch the premiere of their first video ever after the jump!
With a brand new studio and a fresh vision, the duo from London, Futurecop!, is prepping a new big room house oriented EP for the Spring/Summer. To help give you a better idea of what’s to come, they gave us the exclusive premier of their 3rd installment of their “Crying On The Dancefloor” mix series. They are striving to create a distinct, all-encompassing big room sound of synth, uplifting, and dream-influenced house music, which they dubbed: Synth House/Dream House. Keep an eye out for Futurecop!‘s new EP and explore their latest mix! Please see the tracklist after the jump.
If you were born in the 80s (or even if you weren’t), you know that there is a certain sound and imagery that was established throughout the arts during the decade that some came to hate, but many, including myself, learned to love. Cheesey vocals, spacey synthesizers, and an intangible sense of a fantastic, imaginative force defined music and movies during the era, and now, the duo from England known as Futurecop! is bringing it all back in the 21st century with 13 original productions that will make up the soundtrack to The Movie — an audio/video project from the pair of musicians. By re-inventing their influences of Fantasy, Sci-Fi, unicorns, and childhood dreams, Futurecop! will be breaking the mold in 2012 with this release on Kiez Beats Records. For now, please enjoy these 2 free originals off of the album release, and make sure to check in over at Kiez Beats for more info on the release date.
Kiez Beats, the German label owned and operated by Niko Anders (FutureFlashs), will be putting out an Indie Dance/Nu Disco compilation of epic proportions to celebrate the imprint’s 50th release. The 14-track package will be released exclusively on Juno Download this Friday, August 12th, and will hit the rest of the world on August 26th, with contributions from some of the genre’s top producers including Futurecop!, Russ Chimes, Anoraak, Moullinex, Minitel Rose, Justin Faust, and more! Give a listen to this one by Futurecop! below and make sure to head over to Juno on Friday for the full release.
From the early to mid-2000s, if you saw a track that had the words “featuring Erlend Øye” as part of the track name, you knew you were in for a treat. Erlend Øye‘s silky smooth voice made him a favorite amongst many artists to collaborate with, including Röyksopp, Phonique, Feist & DJ Hell. On top of being the go-to guy for an artist in need of a top tier vocal collab, he also had his hands in several personal projects including Kings of Convenience & The Whitest Boy Alive. Erlend Øye has been on sabbatical over the last few years and since then, one man has proven to be a worthy successor as The Man With The Golden Touch: Theophilus London.
In baseball, he’s a five-tool player. In basketball he’s a triple double threat. No matter what genre he’s lyrically slicin’ & dicin’, Theophilus London gets the job done in the coolest way possible. He’ll take a dreamwave track from Futurecop! & make it dreamier. He’ll take an electro-sex song from Jimmy Edgar & make it electric. And just when you think a tune by Ellie Goulding can’t get any better, he makes a pop tune POP.
His new single, “Last Name London”, is the first track off his highly anticipated debut LP “Timez Are Weird These Days” (Out July 19th). Ungh.
On February 14th, L.A. originals, Binary, released “Dreams” – the much anticipated collaboration between Futurecop! and Binary’s own Keenhouse. Yesterday we featured the original track on our Waves ≠ Raves Vol. 6 and today we are having a go at the outstanding trio of remixes.
On “Dreams”, Keenhouse’s lyrics deal with hope in a grown up world and are coupled with Futurecop’s signature feel-good melodies, all of which make for some super solid power pop. Ride The Universe, ODahl & Show Your Shoe all up the ante with their futuristically funky+soulful remixes (PrinceWave?), each taking the track to new levels.
For Futurecop! + Binary in 2011, UP, indeed, is the only way.