FUTURE SOUND OF DISCO

"Telluride Speed" - Ryley Walker

"Telluride Speed" - Ryley Walker

A gorgeous slice of folky, flute-laden ambience, which goes in  some fantastically strange directions.

Album "Deafman Glance" out now, linkage below. Find him on Facebook at ryleywalkerjams for tour info.

[Bandcamp | iTunes | Amazon | Spotify | SoundCloud]

Posted Wednesday, May 23, 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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"Bone Dry" - Eels
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