Future Perfect Records

Artist:Z-Listers Vs Luqas
Title:Sleazy
Label:Future Perfect Records
Combining the skills of two extremely talented up-and-coming artists Z-Listers and Luqas and the sheer brilliance of our own RackNRuin this is one fearsomely fit record.

Z-Listers are two ex-DnB headz who turned to making Electro in 2007 and have since been slewing dancefloors with their unmistakable grooves and catchy hooks.Having graced labels such as Plasmapool and Erase records they are a very welcome addition to the Future Perfect roster.

Luqas is fast becoming one to watch in the Breaks scene with his teutonic riddims and mind-melting psy-sensibilities on labels such as Dead Famous and Yellowfinger.

The title track Sleazy is a bashy, barn-stormer of a tune with massive drums, a glitchy vocal hook and a funky but warped acid bassline which will touch all of your erogenous zones at the right volume. This one's like a guaranteed shag at the end of the night with no strings attached, no foreplay required and no lube. Spanking!

For the flip our resident hellraiser RackNRuin brings the ruckus with this massive remix replete with sliding bassline, sirens, breathtaking build-ups and rollercoaster ride energy. Sure to make you drop your candyfloss this is perfect prime-time beef-steak for all muso-culinary aficionados.
Artist:RackNRuin
Title:Scitzo VIP / Audio Porn
Label:Future Perfect Records
Artist:Ben & Lex
Title:Haterz / Mugz
Label:Future Perfect Records
Since pairing up at the end of the last century, the Westcountry DJ duo have rocked dance floors all over the world - from their residency at Beatz & Bobz, the longest-running breaks night in the UK, to performances at the Miami Winter Music Conference, Breakspoll, Mission Dance Winter Sessions in Mannheim and the Break Nation festival in Seville where they showed a crowd of over 10,000 Spanish nutters how to party Ben & Lex style. They have played alongside breaks heavyweights such as Rennie Pilgrem, Freq Nasty, Tayo, James Lavelle (Unkle) and The Freestylers as well as giants such as the Wu tang, Afrika Bambaata, Grandmaster Flash, Adam F & Fresh and DJ Zinc. That's not to mention numerous sets at festivals including Glastonbury, The Glade, Beautiful Days and the National Adventure Sports Festival. Not content with the excitement of playing live, the duo began writing and recording their own material in 2003. Their debut single, CostaNostra (Functional) received universal DJ and radio support around the world. That was swiftly followed by Proper Tasty/Reconsidered which firmly stamped its mark on the breaks scene with radio play on Radio One, Ministry of Sound FM, Breaks FM and others, as well as support from the likes of Freq Nasty,Krafty Kuts, Skool of Thought, Tayo and Steelzawheelz to name but a few.
Artist:Projectiles
Title:Disco Mecanique / Seduction
Label:Future Perfect Records
First up we have Disco Mechanique - a rude-as-feck, carnival breaks rollercoaster ride replete with sick pterodactyl-scream bass squelches, acid screeches and sounds that go woosh very loudly to immensely satisfying effect. These other-wordly sounds are pinned to a frenetic, shuffly and extremely breaky groove which absolutely dominates the dance floor. Flipside - 'Seduction' is a funky, housey stompathon with a bassline running so red it will literally tear chunks out of your system's underbelly. A visceral, mean and totally deadly liaison with the darker side of electro house - this will take you home, tie you up and spank your mum into submission with no remorse. Its filth and we like that.
Artist:Kid Digital
Title:There For You
Label:Future Perfect Records
After a stormer of a debut, Future Perfect returns to the fold with this prime slice of electro-breakbeat beef from Russia's Kid Digital. Fusing together a squeaky acid-tinged synth, a thundering sub bass and a warm vocal riff in between monster beats - we have here a tune that devastates dancefloors without remission. We loved their work on Future Perfect 001 so much we've brought back Pro7 and Arrow!!! for remix duties. Pro7 delivers a cheeky electro-house interpretation that makes great use of the riff with pounding kick drums and skiptastic percussion. A grower that drops quickly into a naughty, rasping b-line while maintaining the understated funk of the original. The trademark glitchy edits, and huge percussive blasts are what make this one a winner! Arrow!!!'s take is something altogether more sinister and brooding. Drawing tiny fragments from the original and melding them to his own arsenal of blunted FX and cantankerous rhythms. This is a bomb! A huge tribal-sounding onslaught! Pierced with glitched-out one-shots of the original vocal and underpinned by skanking steel drums, the bassline twists and turns and morphs like a supernatural machine. Dark, moody and massive! Support from: Simian Mobile Disco, Groove Armada, Boys Noize, Tiga, Twockers, Blende, Tom Real, Rogue Element, Kid Blue, Janette Slack and many more.