October In Review

fc11 Artwork by Gerardo Lozano (Bvd Pistxl)

Last month yielded amazing content and milestones for Future Classics. This site is on the up and up, with even more big news pears coming up in November. Let’s recap while we’re on the tip of a new month.

Oct 31 Best Festivals for 2014

2014 is fast approaching. It’s time to start thinking about where you will spending your summer. Guest blogger Susan Varano supplied us with a detailed list of summer serenities. Start planning HERE.

Oct 31. HALLOWEEN HYPE W/ Stylust Beats / Pigeon Hole / Scrumb / Max Veilan / Bullet Bill

Few words can actually describe the event due to sheer lack of post show excitement. All those who attended know whats up. All those regular readers of FC know this is the first featured event we have collaborated with. Custom visuals & stage with that lineup!? That’s festival level entertainment at 10% the cost.

View the full photo album HERE.

Oct 28. Homewrecked! Episode 002 | Future Classics Mix vol 10 + DJ Homewrecker Interview

Volume 10 was released alongside curator DJ Homewrecker’s own monthly podcast ‘Homewrecked!’ . The mix itself is all kinds of Future, Bass, Footwork, plus all of what you might expect from one half of The Blunt Sinatras.

The mix also debuted the first instalment of a visual series by Gerardo Lozano (Bvd Pistxl). See the second instalment above.

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Oct 27. 500 Followers on Soundcloud

Not much to say about follower-ships.. Just this: Thanks to each and everyone who is and has been showing love to date. Love yah.

Oct 23. Duncan Gerow Interview & Exclusive Mix

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Duncan Gerow put together a more downtime / chill mix than his usual Hip Hop mashups aka is Soundcloud game. It’s been bumpin on Soundcloud since the drop. To boot we may have scooped the first interview him.

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Oct 21. Video Premier: Douster – Violento feat. El Senor Teki Latex

Main Course Records have been a fixture in the Blogshere this year. Three industry savy compadres pumping the internet full of new and free music. We had the opportunity to support.