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Carly Foxx presents Future Disco Radio, We Are 21st Century Disco
feel-good disco tinged soundtrack, disco, house
About Future Disco on House Party Radio
Future Disco Radio is hosted by Carly Foxx and is a weekly show.
Always looking forward but never forgetting the past we bring you the best in contemporary house and disco. This is 21st Century disco.
Future Disco has been serving up 21st century disco for dance music enthusiasts for over a decade. Established in 2009, the brand has consistently been at the forefront of emerging trends and introducing the world to a host of future stars with its feel-good disco tinged soundtrack.
Today it continues where it started. Exceptional compilation albums that have been created and curated with the love and care you would expect from a label that is first and foremost passionate about breaking talent and delivering quality disco music for a worldwide audience.
The bar was set high when the second volume of the Future Disco series won the iTunes album of the year. Since then, Sean Brosnan, A&R and founder, has mixed and produced over 25 compilations, all telling their own story and snapshot of the dancefloor at that given moment. Alongside the releases have been Future Disco's own dancefloor moments with roadblocked parties popping up everywhere from Amsterdam to Berlin or Ibiza to New York. The once underground dancefloor and inclusive spirit of London's Future Disco had today gone worldwide.
Undoubtedly helping push Disco further onto the mainstream's recent agenda, Future Disco's success with albums has lead to the creation of the singles labels currently topping DJ charts across the spectrum. Not to mention the weekly global radio show hosted by label associate Carly Foxx. Each week mapping the latest trends and sounds on the disco dancefloor.
At its core is the same driving ambition to be a platform for new Disco leaning artists who push boundaries of the genre. The spirit of disco reimagined for a whole new generation of dancers. This isn't retro, this is 21st Century Disco.