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Future Sound of London

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Future Sound Of London: Lifeforms (Virgin V27722 19 tks/93 mins/FP/Double)

Review by David Bennun, Melody Maker, 28 May 1994

It's been a long while since FUTURE SOUND OF LONDON led us, entranced, to 'Papua New Guinea'. Now they've captured that long while on disc. ...

The Future Sound of Technology

Interview by Tom Doyle, Melody Maker, 25 June 1994

For Brian Dougan and Gary Cobain, THE FUTURE SOUND OF LONDON is the medium for pushing the frontiers of studio recording, live performance and video ...

Future Sound of London: London Calling

Interview by Andrew Smith, The Guardian, 8 July 1994

Two years ago Future Sound Of London changed the course of dance music. Now they are changing the way rock bands tour... ...

The Future Sound of London: Lifeforms (Astralwerks/Caroline)

Review by Richard Gehr, Spin, September 1994

GOD BLESS the Future Sound of London — Gary Cobain and Brian Dougans — for striving to infuse personality and humanity into the chip-driven technoscape. ...

Future Sound of London: Beauty/Paranoia at the Flick of a Pixel

Interview by Chris Campion, Mondo 2000, Summer 1994

EMITTING ELECTRONIC effluvia across a liquid sky. Broadcasting their alienation out to the world. Future Sound Of London's music and pronouncements contain viral strains of ...

Future Sound Of London: Future Pop

Report and Interview by Andrew Smith, The Face, January 1995

When Future Sound Of London played live in New York last month, they were at home in London, connected to the venue only by a ...

Our Electric Friends: Humanising the Highway, from ‘Autobahn’ to Orbital

Book Excerpt by Ben Thompson, 'Seven Years of Plenty', 1998

DRIVING ON THE M25 in a rusty Mini. Early evening, thick drizzle. Only one windscreen wiper works because someone has snapped the end off the ...


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