“I’m not a big believer in magic. But this place is different. It’s special. The others don’t want to talk about it because it scares them. But we all know it. We all feel it … But what if everything that happened here, happened for a reason? … That’s impossible … I looked into the eye of the island, and what I saw … was beautiful.”
Lost TV series, Season 1, Episode 5 “White Rabbit”, aired October 2004
Future Engineers – Eden
This is the fourth installment of the blog’s “Tracks I Wish I’d Written” series. Every track that is presented here has been hand-picked from my personal record collection and has had a profound impact on my musical taste. Featuring a variety of tracks across the electronic music spectrum, emphasizing mainly on drum and bass, from undisputed classics to underrated gems, all are tracks I wish I had written, as the title of the series implies.
The fourth issue is about a modern classic by Future Engineers (Lee Batchelor & Keir Kleminson); the outfit that re-designed the atmospheric drum and bass blueprint in the second half of the 90s, borrowing from the immediacy of techno, without neglecting their trademark musicality. Continue reading
Godisnolongeradj caught up with Lee Batchelor of Future Engineers in Athens after his gig, to discuss his new Exhale compilation on his own imprint Transference Recordings and all things Future Engineers, starting from day one.
Internal Affairs web radio show is a side project of Godisnolongeradj. Hosted by Professor S (aka Godisnolongeradj) alongside partner DJ Sin, Internal Affairs is an effort to present a chronicle of the drum and bass history throughout the last two decades, emphasizing on the jazzy, atmospheric and mellower side of the jungle/drum and bass spectrum.
The show is already on its 3rd Season and is broadcasted every Monday live, from 20:00 to 22:00, Time zone: (UTC+03:00) on Radio Zografou GR
The fourth episode of the first season of the show is dedicated to Future Engineers; a showcase of a wide spectrum of their discography from 1997 when their first release saw the light of day (The Silence b/w Shattered on Renegade Recordings, RR017) till the time of writing. A new release by Future Engineers on their own imprint Transference Recordings is highly anticipated soon!