bcee & villem take on 2 of the finest cuts from jonny l’s “in a jungle” album. it’s always difficult tacking a remix from such a legend of the scene as jonny l, but these tracks demonstrate that it can be done.
future retro have selected four of the finest future thinking drum & bass artists that are around right now to bring us the “future sounds ep”. villem & mcleod kick things off with the deep rolling vibe of “burners”. next up the super soulful duo roygreen & protone are joined by robbe to bring us jazz infused “arbitrary”. macca goes solo and effortlessly rolls out the hands in the air most uplifting “what you need”, which is exactly what you do need on a great night out. rounding off the ep nicely, phase delves deep into his subconsious and gives us a little glimpse of what goes on in a produers mind with “subconsious thinking”.
straight off the back of bcee’s “northpoint” album, he’s back with two fresh cuts for 2018. bcee teams up with degs for title track “magic words”. “wanderer” is a classic bcee track and just oozes soul. as a bonus, bcee has remixed galactus jack’s “100”.
FUTURE RETRO REMASTERED EP (LENZMAN REMIX) (COLOURED VINYL)
coloured 12" Vinyl NL09.03.18
by popular demand future retro brings 4 of the most demanded remastered classics on 12” vinyl. now one of the real international superstars of drum & bass, netsky had one of his first releases on future retro. now remastered for 2018 this classic is sounding heavier than ever. bcee’s “glitter balls” still sounds as fresh as it did when it was originally released and this lenzman & redeyes remake is a match made in heaven. random movement & mutt round up this ep nicely with remastered versions of their tracks “ain’t going nowhere” and “the motions” which both ooze soul.
bcee & villem’s vanguard project steps up for the first brand new future retro release since 2010.
the duo presents their four latest treats in the form of “bad juju”, “loving arms”, title track “treats” and the “is this love” which features the amazing lucy kitchen on vocals.
following on from the massive >generations ep<, regular spearhead artist s.p.y. gives the title-track a re-lick and takes it up a notch for the dance floor.
flip the disc for one of the most exciting new talents to emerge this year. netsky has come out of nowhere and is destroying dancefloors all over the place with his musical yet bass bin busting style. with recent releases on dj hypes liqweed ganja and twisted allsorts, plus forthcoming releases on spearhead, shogun and a few other secret projects, this is the man to watch. >hold on to love< is a perfect example of how to combine the musical elements with the big bad bass that will smash it every time.
for the ninth chapter in the future retro story we are pleased to bring you the massive remix of bcee s glitter balls by lenzman & redeyes and new artists cinematic. originally taken from the generations ep, lenzman & redeyes put their own take onto bcee s glitter balls. they have taken the original and stepped it up a notch, adding some earth shaking subs and the liquid flavour that these two are known for.
for the eighth chapter in the future retro story we are pleased to bring you bcee & random movement. first up sees label owner bcee on top form with the rolling beats of flag man. inspired by local legend flag man, this is one to get you prancing around like a cockney nut job into the small hours of the morning.