Disco tastemaker Sean Brosnan returns to mix up ’Visions Of Love’ this July on the ever-inspiring Future Disco, delivering a flawless compilation featuring a host of disco gems from established & emerging producers.

Future Disco celebrated their 10th anniversary last year with a freshly branded look and a continued commitment to curating the finest disco around. They step up now in 2020 with their thirteenth LP in the series, which once again features striking cover art that steps on perfectly from last year’s critically acclaimed ’Technicolour Nights’. ‘Visions of Love’ draws on the story of unity, tapping into the disco vein that links the dancefloors of early 80s New York to the early raves of the acid house era and their shared message of a ‘Vision of Love’.

The man behind the iconic London-based label, Sean Brosnan, is a highly respected DJ and producer who has travelled the globe, entertaining endless terrace and club events as he goes. It is however, his skills as selector, A&R and disco connoiseur that have brought such acclaim to the Future Disco series since it’s inception in 2009, something he continues to build on now with a selection that perfectly reflects the sound of disco in this new decade. Brosnan also offer up 3 exclusive Future Disco edits which appear here for the first time.

This 21 track album features music from some of the best in the scene. From the soulful Kenny Dope remix of Moon Boots that opens proceedings to the deliciously laidback Shiro Schwartz remix of Ekkah that closes things out, there is little not to love here. Uplifting re-workings from French disco don Yuksek and Germany’s Superpitcher see Kraak & Smaak and The Phenomenal Handclap Band get dragged to the dancefloor respectively. Chicago’s Chrissy offers up the superb old school piano anthem ‘Your Ghost’ remixed by Serbia’s X-Coast, whilst emotive gems from Kornel Kovacs, LeSale and Kiwi & Ghost Culture bring a tenderness to proceedings. It’s hard to pick highlights on an album packed with so many gems and with six exclusive offerings, including 3 Future Disco re-edits and music from newcomer Gruvee, label regular Ekkah and familiar names Lifelike and Musimeci, there is something fresh here for everyone.

Future Disco have delivered the goods once again with a perfect album of disco infused sounds which appears on digital as well as limited, heavyweight, red vinyl.


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