Open today: 10:00 - 18:00

By continuing your navigation on this website, you accept the use of cookies for statistical purposes.

Future Prospects Vol. 1

Future Prospects Vol. 1
Future Prospects Vol. 1Future Prospects Vol. 1






1x Vinyl 12" 45 RPM



Release date

Apr 29, 2022

Proggy, Housey, Leftfield, Breaks, Quirky

Super quirky yet somewhat dark collection of leftfield housey goodness. You're confused, a bit lost, and quite possibly have work in like five hours, but that doesn't matter. The music is more intriguing than reality. - JP

Media: NM or M-i
Sleeve: NM or M-


*Taxes included, shipping price excluded

Shop stock from Echo & Bounce Brisbane. Anything NM or higher is effectively unplayed but may be opened to check


Robert Dietz - Salbung



Aii PS - Donteven



Vlad Stuparenko & Ghetto Sunrise - Pine Water



Sasha Zlykh - Pidozepan


Other items you may like:

real deep stuff with nods to classic NY house. Some Nu-Disco flava too. Awesome!
big UK rave / garage crossover goodness from Persian and Mixmaster Max.....big nods to the og rave sound
Adam Pits is a total super producer - so many release across a range of sounds and they are all top on this LP we get the full spectrum of his sound...from hectic af electro breaks through to downtempo
Jeff Mills shows his softer side on this classic 2003 release. It almost has a bit of a braindance vibe to it, as he abandons his usual unrelenting chaos for a more mellow, warm sound. Close your eyes, it's gonna be alright. - JP
A cavernous exploration into ambient jazz, with a somewhat menacing feel throughout. Like playing into oblivion. - JP
Following Dani Siciliano�s welcome return to the spotlight with her self-titled LP, Circus Company is proud to present a collection of remixes from artists close to the label and Dani herself. David Okumu lends a deft touch to the album�s closer �Sincerely�, with a sound that combines modern electronica production with emotive synth lines and a light touch of �80s funk.Sturm & Drang is a new studio venture from dOP specially formed for this remix of �Gone Are Those Days�. Working around a tight house groove, the duo lay down warm analogue synth tones underneath Dani�s vocals and build up a sizzling club track. British outfit Party Nails take to �Dragons� with a sense of urgency that turns the track into a taut, peak time workout. Circus Company�s prolific soul maverick Dave Aju steps up to round the record out with a typically flamboyant version of �Gone Are Those Days� that reflects his own exploration of tougher machine-powered rhythms of late.