It’s inevitable the nu disco movement has landed upon us, a trend which will only become stronger as 2013 progresses. Australian duo Flight Facilities continue to lead the wave with their buoyant originals and nostalgic decade mixes. “I Didn’t Believe” once again takes us back to a funkier time using Elizabeth Rose’s vocal of “Foreign Language” fame to breathe life into the bass-driven sound. A work in progress for almost two years, the instrumental was the duo’s first original production after breakout hit “Crave You.” It’s always exciting when the pair drop a new single and you can bet it won’t take long for remixes to begin surfacing. The track will be available for purchase on May 8th via labels Future Classic/Glassnote.Posted by
Innovative label Future Classic continues to pave the way for the rapidly growing niche-genre known as indie-dance. Australian producer Cassian spins Anna Lunoe & Touch Sensitive’s ubiquitous underground hit “Real Talk” into his own upbeat flavor. The chilled-out vibe is complemented with a steady build-up and funky flare synonymous to the Aussie’s ever growing portfolio.Posted by
Flume‘s original of “Sleepless” off his self-titled album is pretty perfect, but we’re going to argue that we like rising star Charles Murdoch’s remix from back in October even more. In a stroke of downloading luck, we’re getting this one from Future Classic for free as part of the continued lead up to their stage at Australia’s Laneway Festival in February. Call it chillwave, call it dream pop, just make you sure you listen and appreciate it.Posted by
Today’s Good Morning Mix comes to our ears direct from down under. Sydney-based Future Classic record label and artist collective delivers a mix to promote their “Future Classic Stage” at the upcoming Laneway Festival in February. This one is just gentle enough for your pre-caffeine commute or to stave any thought of early week blues. We’re given the opportunity to flow seamlessly between tracks from indie rockers High Highs and Kings of Convenience, songstress Jessie Ware, Shlohmo, Nicolas Jaar, and No Regular Play. This mix was curated as thoughtfully as it will make you feel.