Staff Picks: FUT.UR.ISM 3.0 Favourites

FUT.UR.ISM 3.0 is at the forefront of electronic music. Combining some of the biggest tracks in house, indie-electronica, techno and trap, FUT.UR.ISM finds the combination of offering future hits without the commercial overload. Step into the future with us as we take a look at some of the tracks that are favourites among the staff at Ministry of Sound HQ.

Chet Faker – 1998

Arguably Chet Faker's standout track in his ARIA Award winning album. Chet takes his synth bassline for a walk, offering up an irresistible melody and the mumbling vocals to match. 1998 features the characteristics of a deep house anthem, but in a soothing slow jam format.

Childish Gambino – Retro

It's so hard to dislike anything coming out of camp Glover right now, and this is no exception. With a top line that sounds a lot like Dr. Dre's monumental rap track 'Still Dre', Childish Gambino adds his touch of soul and voluptuous rap flow to make 'Retro' a future timeless hit.

Alison Wonderland – U Don't Know

Aussie's very own producer Goddess Alison Wonderland is taking over the world with 'U Don't Know', a feisty trap gem built to seriously break some dance floors. Featuring the vocals of Alison Wonderland herself, and The Flaming Lips front man Wayne Coyne, 'U Don't Know' finds the balance between club banger and commercial favourite.

Caribou – Our Love

One of the hottest underground acts in the world right now is Caribou. 'Our Love' is the album title track filled with crispy synths and an irresistible beat that dabbles in house, techno and experimental electronica. If you're finding it too mellow, keep listening as the track progresses into a clean and hypnotic late night dance floor anthem.

Tiga feat. Pusha T – Bugatti

The Canadian techno maestro Tiga is notorious for the most quirky, hypnotic and dancefloor delicious, pop-techno tracks EVER, and 'Bugatti' is on the money. 'Prince meets Kraftwerk' is the most technical term to describe this addictive track, and backed with some extra firepower from hip-hop artist Pusha T, 'Bugatti' is a certified club favourite.

Flosstradamus & Troyboi - Soundclash

Flosstradamus bring their mammoth trap production to their new collaboration with Troyboi. Rather than release their music with a trademark sound, Flosstradamus and Troyboi deliver something totally refreshing, filled with unique synth and beat production as well as reggae inspired vocals. This is the future of trap.

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