2011-02-17T17:02:58-05:00 2011-02-20T01:29:01-05:00

What is Future Garage?

The recent years have seen a huge explosion in mainstream acceptance of Dubstep which remained relatively underground for a number of years before really being accessible to the general public.  Now you may have heard people speaking of Future Garage, also sometimes referred to as Post-Dubstep creeping into the light that Dubstep has opened up. Future Garage is a current movement of producers from around the globe, taking it back to its UK Garage/Dark Swing/2-Step/Bass driven roots away from the current influx of the over-used Wobble and fusing it with Detroit and Dub-Techno making futuristic and often very off kilter modern rhythmic production styles.

And on with the show, the best way to get introduced if you are new or unfamiliar, is to jump right in.

Note: Description taken from http://www.reddit.com/r/futuregarage which was written by keteht

      Kingdom - Fogs
Download: Kingdom - Fogs

      Limit To Your Love (The Empireal Formula Remix)
Download: James Blake - Limit To Your Love (The Empireal Formula Remix)

      Mount Kimbie - Maybes
Download: Mount Kimbie - Maybes

      XXXY - Ordinary Things
Download: XXXY - Ordinary Things

      jessie_ware_and_sampha-valentine
Download: Jessie Ware And Sampha - Valentine

      Starkey - Gutter Music
Download: Starkey - Gutter Music

      Whistla - Pillowtalk (Duncan Powell remix)
Download: Whistla - Pillowtalk (Duncan Powell remix)

      Sully - Duke St. Dub
Download: Sully - Duke St Dub (Original Mix)

      Neat - A Light I Know
Download: Neat - A Light I Know

      submerse_and_resketch-2nite
Download: Submerse & Resketch - 2nite

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Andrew Smith
10 years ago

Cheers for spreading the future garage love.

Just a note:
The Empireal Formula – Limit To Your Love (The Empireal Formula Remix) is actually:

James Blake - Limit To Your Love (The Empireal Forumla Remix)

Big ups!

e|m
e|m
10 years ago

killah! fantastic post Mithun...

...especially that kingdom track.

StreetFighta
10 years ago

dope post. definitely gotta check out more of this Future Garage stuff

Kush
Kush
10 years ago

Keep posting, man. Who is that a picture of at the top?

Richard
Richard
10 years ago
Reply to  Mithun

Maybe you'll be able to do it without directly ripping someone else's description of the genre, too.

Anonymous
Anonymous
10 years ago
Reply to  Richard

Why would i change it, its a perfect description of the sound, although I probably should have put it in block quotes, I still think its the best description anyone could give.

Leland
Leland
10 years ago
Reply to  Anonymous

We're not saying change it, but at least say where you got it from...

Anonymous
Anonymous
10 years ago
Reply to  Anonymous

You don't have to change it, you just cite your source and provide a link, so that r/futurgarage, and the author of the "perfect description" get some love.

Anonymous
Anonymous
10 years ago
Reply to  Anonymous

actually, DONT change it, it's great that you didn't change it and changing it causes shit to happen like the "telephone" effect and the type of music will change into something horrible based on a bad description

Alain
Alain
10 years ago

Really, really good stuff!

straaa
10 years ago

neat is heavy

timi
timi
10 years ago

sick list, and description.
just one thing... is it not kinda ironic that dubstep originated out of deep garage, garage then faded away, and is now coming back. the sound of future garage is exactly the same as early 20002 'dubstep'
so interesting how music goes in cycles

kid octy
kid octy
10 years ago
Reply to  timi

its because people who were into dubstep in the early days got into it through garage and now that dubsteps "not music but a competition in massive vst patch design"(cant remember where this quote was from) those people have tried to recreate what they fell in love with hence the off shoot of future garage

straaa
10 years ago
Ashworth87
Ashworth87
9 years ago

Anyone kno where you can download more future garage tunes?