Future Disco Radio (Episode 001 - Vhyce Guest Mix)


Taking inspiration from the past but carving out a musical future, this is a neon lit Future Disco Radio show. Showcasing each month the best in future disco sounds from emerging producers and future disco favourites. Hosted by compiler and disco digger Sean Brosnan plus a guest mix from the Future Disco family.


Young Marco - Palace Green Beans (Dekmantel)

Marcus Marr – High Times (DFA)

The Revenge – Long Lost Love  (Home Taping is Killing Music)

Oh Yeah – Still II (Dicky Trisco & JKriv mix) (File Under Disco)

Prospect Park - Til You Surrender (Dj Fudge Disco Mix)

Bridge Guy - Thelma (Berlin Bass Collective)

Knight Club - Palm Beat (Crydamour)

Portamento Boys - Portamento 101 (Quartet Series)

Strangelove - Truly Lonely (Smile Recordings)

Vhyce - The City (Future Disco)

Robert Helms - Sekele I Like It (Marsupials edit) (CDR)

Apparel Wax - 001B1 (Apparel Music)

Cervo - On Rhythm (Lumberjacks in Hell)

Holm CPU - Fotspor (Rune Lindbæk remix) (Olsen)

Vhyce - Now You’re Gone (Future Disco)

Daphni - Tin (Jialong)

Panthera Krause - Solar System (Lobster Theremin)

Bolis Pupul - Wei (Deewee)

Balako - Hora de Balako (Ray Mang Remix) (Greco-Roman)

Chrissy - Bi-Coastal (Cool Ranch)

Vhyce - Can’t Do Without (Future Disco)

The Gardener - Waterclock (No Bad Days)

Fort Romeau – Emu (Running Back)

Burial – Rodent (Hyperdub)

To hear all the tracks featured in the show, follow the Future Disco Radio playlist on Spotify: smarturl.it/fdradio

Marcus Marr in the mix for Boiler Room

Panorama Bar regular and DFA alumni Marcus Marr will be joining us at The Nest on Saturday 11th November alongside Eric Duncan and our resident DJs. 

Expect some funky disco and deep cuts from the London born/Berlin based producer and spinner. To get a taste, check out his recent Boiler Room below. 

Limited tickets available: smarturl.it/fdthenest 

Guest Selection: Fred Everything


This month we have have Lazy Days label owner and producer Fred Everything take over our Guest Selection playlist on Spotify. Fred and his Lazy Days crew are close friends of Future Disco so it was only a matter of time before he jumped on board. 


  1. Frankie Selector - Windswept Sand Dune (Fred Everything Space Re-Dub)
  2. Tom Szirtes - Barely Breathing
  3. Mark Pritchard - Under The Sun
  4. Rare Silk - Storm
  5. Idjut Boys - One For Kenny
  6. Future Sound Of London - Stolen Documents
  7. Africa Hitech - Our Luv
  8. Thomalla - Funfair
  9. Tornado Wallace - Today
  10. Laurie Anderson - Oh Superman
  11. Fuga Runto - L’uomo Invisible
  12. DeLaSoul - Memory Of…
  13. DJ Koze - Homesick
  14. Art Of Tones - Koniokola (Fred Everything Ambient Re-do)
  15. Boris Dlugosch - Nightlight
  16. Atjazz - Track 6
  17. Chateau Flight - Prism
  18. Nu Guinea - Open Paths
  19. Jose Padilla - Lollipop (I-Cube Cassiotone Reprise Mix)
  20. Kamasi Washington - Truth

Listen to it on Spotify: smarturl.it/guestselection

Future Disco @ The Nest

It’s been a while since we have graced the decks of one of London’s most famous basements so it’s with great pleasure we return to The Nest. The East London basement is the perfect venue for an underground disco offering deep into the early hours. Expect future house and disco along with two super talented guests who both make their Future Disco debuts.

Expect a big night as we're joined by the legendary Eric Duncan, one half of the legendary DJ duo Rub-n-Tug and Marcus Marr, the Panorma bar regular. Catch them delivering the goods alongside the accomplished Future Disco Residents.

Eric 'Dunks' Duncan DJ
Marcus Marr
Future Disco

Tickets on Resident Advisor
18+ Please bring ID

Guest Selection: Ben Gomori


We enter the final quarter of the year with a brand new guest selection playlist, this time by Monologues' head honcho Ben Gomori. The eclectically minded house producer, DJ and radio host, Gomori’s life who's known for being dedicated to making and spreading music wherever he can has curated 20 quality tunes for us this September, and it's perfect for listening all year round.


  1. Atdhe - Can I Borrow a Feeling?
  2. Laurence Guy, Steve Spacek - Drum Is A Woman (feat. Steve Spacek)
  3. LCD Soundsystem - tonite
  4. Harry Wolfman, Jesse Futerman - Ice Thing - Jesse Futerman Remix
  5. Laurence Guy, The Contours - Gone (feat. Contours)
  6. DJ Nature - What It Isn't
  7. G. Markus - Tite
  8. Nicolas Meyer - Mille Raggi - Original Mix
  9. Earth Trax - L'Avventura - Dub
  10. Leon Revol - Pink Coffee
  11. Tell - Faster Than Light
  12. Leon Vynehall - Blush
  13. Ben Gomori - Be About It
  14. Maya Jane Coles - Passing Me By
  15. Black Loops - Sex, Pt. 2
  16. Shanti Celeste - Make Time
  17. Shanti Celeste - Thoughts
  18. Saine - Pastel
  19. Zepherin Saint - One Sound
  20. Bicep - Orca

Listen to it on Spotify: http://spoti.fi/2f7l325


Future Disco Presents: The Daytime Disco // Part 2 at The Magic Roundabout

Our Daytime Disco Pt. 2 is done and dusted! Thanks to all who came out to celebrate a day of disco and fun with us at The Magic Roundabout. It was worth braving the first few hours of rain for! Here are some photos from the day.

Our next event takes place at the brand new London Fields Roof Gardens on Saturday, 11th August - you won't want to miss this as we've got Gui Scott, Severino, Swoose, Thunder Disco Club (Sub Club) and our very own Future Disco DJs to bring the hits for this one. With food and drinks served all day from the Future Disco Courtyard BBQ & London Fields Roof Gardens' Cocktail bar, we're expecting this to be a massive one. Get your tickets now on Resident Advisor, and we'll see you on the dance floor!

FD x


The third release on the label comes from Vhyce, a Belgian based producer who’s funk laden, italo disco referenced production has been making waves in the underground scene. After his debut release on Future Disco in the summer of 2017, he’s teamed up once again with the finest purveyors of all things disco, house and boogie to deliver ‘The City EP’. Three original tracks, all with classic retro disco references and impeccable production. Vhyce is slowly becoming one of nu-disco’s leading name, and ‘The City EP’ further cements his claim. 

1. Vhyce - Now You're Gone
2. Vhyce - The City
3. Can't Do Without

Get your copy now at: http://smarturl.it/vhycecity



Sand in your toes, sunset over sea, hissing of the waves, the relaxing sensation of a calm and gentle breeze across your face, cocktail in one hand, music in the background... 

We know.

Here's our list of the 5 top beach bars (in no particular order) in the world. These spots have the magic combination that keeps visitors coming back time and again.

1. Kalu Beach Bar (Portugal)

Kalu Beach Bar is a quiet, tucked away spot on Praia Grade beach. Indulge in a range of simple, yet delicious food with excellent drink options while overlooking the shimmering sea. Can it get any better?

2. Cafe Mambo (Ibiza)

The charm of the white isle with its décor of mosaics, marble, white furniture and the iconic ibiza sunset makes this one of the hottest and go-to destinations for holiday makers and music lovers alike. Get there early to grab a prime spot to witness that famous sunset and enjoy some lovely mambo tunes playing at the background. Be sure to try their highly-raved food and cocktails while you're there! A complete beach lover's paradise.

3. Alibaba Beach Bar (Greece)

A hidden gem on the island of Kos. There you'll find luscious sand and crystal clear waters with large umbrellas and sunbeds all round where food and drinks will be delivered straight to you. With excellent food (must-have burgers) and drinks at affordable prices, and relaxing, chilled out music in the background, we can't think of a better place in Kos to spend the day.

4. Falko Beach Bar (Croatia)

Falko Beach bar is a little spot by the sea with great views of the ocean and a chilled atmosphere. Spend your afternoon with a mix of jazz and reggae, incredible nibbles and drinks. You can even relax and recharge in a hammock!

5. Cafe Del Mar (Ibiza)

The list just isn't complete without the legendary Cafe Del Mar. Opened in 1980, the site is known for its balearic music, breathtaking sunsets, top notch service and beautiful cocktails. Since you're there, you'll also want to pop by next door into Cafe Mambo before you go.


Heading to the beach soon or want to transport your mind to somewhere tropical? Our Beach Life album is the perfect accompaniment to gear up for your getaway. The album contains 2 CDs to take you from sunrise to sundown with tunes from some of the biggest names this summer, including Baba Stiltz, HNNY, Few Nolder and many more. Have a taste of it in the video below, and click through the link above to shop the album out now on various digital stores.