SUN GLITTERS releases a single from upcoming new album
Sun Glitters released his new single BBaacckk && FFoorrtthh last week, taken from his forthcoming album to be released in May 2020 on Future Archive Recordings. The single is reminiscent of the deeply introspective mood of his debut release Everything Could Be Fine (2011). Make sure to take a listen to this lovely tune!
Natasha Kmeto just released a bold remix version of Deeply, originally released on her album Crisis. Remixed by the critically acclaimed producer Machinedrum, the creative take on the original explores an abstract dance and indy leaning palette. Check out the remix at the link below!
The latest signing to the burgeoning Future Archive Recordings imprint, Easy Easy are a four-piece band hailing from Guatemala. The group combines influences ranging from R&B, Pop, Hip-Hop, to Indie Rock, while also playing with languages—English and Spanish—resulting in a truly unique sonic signature.
Veteran hip-hop producer and beat-maker Blockhead emerges with a fresh take on GRN by dark synth and experimental electronic artist CNJR. Blockhead, with prior releases on Ninja Tune, Future Archive Recordings, and others, offers a new palette of sounds amidst CNJR‘s synths, lightening the mood compared to the original version, and offering a beat-centric version true to his signature sound.
SAFE AREA EARTH is the new full-length album from Arms and Sleepers. There are few acts that can glide so seamlessly across genres as Arms and Sleepers. For well over a decade, the American music duo Max Lewis and Mirza Ramic have explored trip-hop, electronica, ambient, hip-hop and subtle pop with deftness and grace. So it makes sense that a group so familiar with exploring multiple sounds and styles will kick off 2020 with their most ambitious and multifaceted project to date.
We are excited to welcome Easy Easy to the Future Archive Recordings family! Hailing from Guatemala, the 4-piece has been making some noise in Central America for the past few years and we are thrilled to be releasing their new EP next spring.
Easy Easy just released an EP on Friday, featuring acoustic versions of songs from their last full-length album and also a remix from our own Arms and Sleepers. Take a listen on Spotify.
And take a look at their recently released music video below as well.
The electronic music duo Max Lewis and Mirza Ramic, aka Arms and Sleepers, has been actively releasing music since forming in Boston, Massachusetts back in 2006. Their sound has spanned electronic, trip-hop, ambient, and hip-hop genres, among others. With several dozen releases and extensive worldwide touring under their belt, the duo is now gearing up for what looks to be their most serious musical undertaking yet: a six-part music release to be made available throughout 2020.
The Luxembourg-based music producer Sun Glitters has once again been tasked with mixing and co-producing the new Arms and Sleepers material. He’s been a frequent collaborator since 2016, and the two artists—along with Little People and CNJR—also came together last year to start their own record label Future Archive Recordings. The forthcoming Arms and Sleepers album will be the artist’s first full-length release on the new label.
Arms and Sleepers will release their ninth studio album, titled ‘Safe Area Earth’, on January 17, 2020 via Future Archive Recordings. The 1st single ‘Give Me This’ was released on September 13, 2019 and the 2nd single ‘Ruined By Geography’ was released on October 31, 2019. The third single ‘Roman and Mayan’ is out now.
2) Art and Scope
3) Ruined By Geography
4) Open To The Elements
5) Give Me This
6) If I Had Drowned, I Would Be Here
7) Leon (feat. Sofia Insua)
8) Roman and Mayan
9) After World’s End
10) Don’t Forget
11) Black Out / Sun Shine
12) In The Jaws Of Life
13) Both But None
16) … .- .
17) That Is What Human Beings Do [BONUS]
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SLOH is il:lo’s fourth EP. Keeping in tune with their previous EP, their sound is a meeting of acoustic and synthetic instruments. Thereby mallets and brass converse with moogs and Junos. In SLOH, the production is designed as more electronic but still organic.
We are very excited about the release of this EP, Sloh is available EVERYWHERE NOW, as a VINYL or DIGITAL release.
We’re happy to launch our new video series, LIVE FROM FAR HQ. We’ll be posting live in-studio performances from a variety of artists, usually in strange and silly circumstances at our HQ.
We’re kicking things off with the Italian-born, Copenhagen-based producer Rome In Reverse, live from the kitchen! The song is ‘We’ve Been Here’ from her album of the same name, released earlier this year on Future Archive Recordings.
Stream / Buy the full album ‘We’ve Been Here’ NOW.