MP3 Futureretro - Organic Machines
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Kurz-Beschreibung von CDbaby: FutureRetro draws on an eclectic mix of musical styles to create lyrical electronic music that engages the listener with seductive melodies, intelligent narratives and funky grooves.
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FutureRetro draws on an eclectic mix of musical styles to create lyrical electronic music that engages the listener with seductive melodies, intelligent narratives and funky grooves.
FutureRetro explores many genres and styles and reflects the diverse nature of its members in both personalities and backgrounds. Music is produced through an innovative working style of concurrently composing and recording. As the name suggests FutureRetro's music embraces both the future and the past and is meta-generic.
FutureRetro began in 1998 when electronic music producer Paul Bambury and song writing duo Ross Goddard and Mark Van Veen began producing music together.
FutureRetro produces electronic pop music with the emphasis on song writing, melodic vocals and lyrics. Mark Van Veen and Gaye Reid perform lead vocals. Fiona Bolton, Deborah Hamilton and Paul Bambury have also recorded vocals for FutureRetro.
FutureRetro's song "Cannot Explain" was recently included on the compilation of electronic music artists Electricity, produced independently by Blatant Propaganda Records. Their cover the 1980's pop hit "We can get together" by Ice House was included on a compilation of Australian 70s & 80s pop titled Refashioned released in 2002 by Groove Scooter Records.
We Can Get Together, Refashioned, Groovescooter Records
Can't Explain, on Electricity, Blatant Propaganda
Organic Machines, FutureRetro, Qualia Recordings
Fully Human, Futureretro, Qualia Recordings
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