Album artwork for Environments 4 by The Future Sound Of London

First time on vinyl. 'Environments 4' is another of the great lost albums by The Future Sound of London. These sessions have taken on an almost mythical status with the group's fan base, but the difference is the group have been back in the studio adding new ideas to older recordings and 'Murmurations' is a brand new track. To re-cap, Brian Dougans and Garry Cobain began their musical partnership and friendship in Manchester, England in the mid 1980s whilst the two were studying at Manchester University. Dougans had already been making electronic music for some time when they first began working in various local clubs. In 1988, Brian embarked on a project for the Stakker graphics company and the result was 'Stakker Humanoid'. In the following three years the pair produced music under a variety of aliases, followed by the breakthrough aforementioned classic ambient dub track 'Papua New Guinea' in 1992, which was also the first release under the Future Sound of London moniker.

The Future Sound Of London

Environments 4

Album artwork for Environments 4 by The Future Sound Of London
LP

£17.99

Released 01/12/2014Catalogue Number

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The Future Sound Of London

Environments 4

Album artwork for Environments 4 by The Future Sound Of London
LP

£17.99

Released 01/12/2014Catalogue Number

lptot66

First time on vinyl. 'Environments 4' is another of the great lost albums by The Future Sound of London. These sessions have taken on an almost mythical status with the group's fan base, but the difference is the group have been back in the studio adding new ideas to older recordings and 'Murmurations' is a brand new track. To re-cap, Brian Dougans and Garry Cobain began their musical partnership and friendship in Manchester, England in the mid 1980s whilst the two were studying at Manchester University. Dougans had already been making electronic music for some time when they first began working in various local clubs. In 1988, Brian embarked on a project for the Stakker graphics company and the result was 'Stakker Humanoid'. In the following three years the pair produced music under a variety of aliases, followed by the breakthrough aforementioned classic ambient dub track 'Papua New Guinea' in 1992, which was also the first release under the Future Sound of London moniker.