FUTURE SOUND OF DISCO

"Death Money" - Vive la Void

"Death Money" - Vive la Void

Bit krautrock, all the vocoder, very nice indeed. 

This is the solo project of Sanae Yamada, who is one half of the fab Moon Duo. Twitter at @vivelavoid and Facebook at vivelavoid.

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Posted Thursday, May 17, 2018.



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FUTURE SOUND OF DISCO is positively ravenous for new music. All of it. Got a tip? @fsodisco on the twitters.

Est. 2018. Proudly curated in Acton Town.

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FUTURE SOUND OF DISCO is positively ravenous for new music. All of it. Got a tip? @fsodisco on the twitters.

Est. 2018. Proudly curated in Acton Town.

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Previously

"Mr. No One" - Black Moth Super Rainbow
An experimental electronic deployment from Pittsburgh attesting the benefits of more sunshine.

"Bone Dry" - Eels
It always a Good Thing™ when E & co put a new record into the world, and twangy tremolo guitars meet mournful strings meet Nightmare Before Christmas-esque video? Yup. That'll do nicely.

"Late To The Flight" - LUMP
The second track to escape from LUMP is the sparse, wide open opening track from their forthcoming record, and it's gorgeous in a disdainful sort of way. 

"Spells" - Jenny Hval
Starts off oh-so-perfect-Scandi-pop and develops some fantastic ambience / synthy-ness / wierdness / harmony bigness / sax along the way. Beautiful.

"Pillars (feat. Baba Maraire & Felicia Douglass)" - The Skull Eclipses
The Algorithms just threw up this slice of intelligent, off-kilter (yet bizarrely old school) hip-hop). First encounter with The Skull Eclipses but wont be my last - well worthy of your ears.

"Have You Considered Punk Music" - Self Defense Family
Excellent low tempo stream of deep consciousness. (Also, calzone.)

"Krissy" - Varsity
Understated, simple and a complete earworm. I especially love the little tempo change.

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