Album artwork for Environment Volume 6.5 by The Future Sound Of London

The original Environments album was conceived and written back in 1993. It became one of the great lost albums by The Future Sound Of London before the guys took in back to the studio to complete and issue in 2008. Since then has come the success of further instalments and following additional studio work during a period of extreme creativity comes two further volumes. Released separately but simultaneously, Environment 6 and accompanying Environment 6.5, when combined, create two CDs of 46 tracks. Sweeping between luscious dreamscapes to delicately melodically compositions to intensely highly programmed electronics sculptures Environment 6 and Environment 6.5 continue the journey towards the boundaries of the future of sound.

The Future Sound Of London

Environment Volume 6.5

Jumpin and Pumpin
Album artwork for Environment Volume 6.5 by The Future Sound Of London
CD

£12.99

Released 28/10/2016Catalogue Number

cdtot71

Album artwork for Environment Volume 6.5 by The Future Sound Of London
LPx2

£17.99

Released 28/10/2016Catalogue Number

lptot71

The Future Sound Of London

Environment Volume 6.5

Jumpin and Pumpin
Album artwork for Environment Volume 6.5 by The Future Sound Of London
CD

£12.99

Released 28/10/2016Catalogue Number

cdtot71

Album artwork for Environment Volume 6.5 by The Future Sound Of London
LPx2

£17.99

Released 28/10/2016Catalogue Number

lptot71

The original Environments album was conceived and written back in 1993. It became one of the great lost albums by The Future Sound Of London before the guys took in back to the studio to complete and issue in 2008. Since then has come the success of further instalments and following additional studio work during a period of extreme creativity comes two further volumes. Released separately but simultaneously, Environment 6 and accompanying Environment 6.5, when combined, create two CDs of 46 tracks. Sweeping between luscious dreamscapes to delicately melodically compositions to intensely highly programmed electronics sculptures Environment 6 and Environment 6.5 continue the journey towards the boundaries of the future of sound.