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Manchester, United Kingdom (2007 – present)

Futurecop! was founded by Manzur Iqbal from Manchester, United Kingdom, in 2007, when he started with absolutely no knowledge about music production and wanted to create a sound inspired by his nostalgia, 80s teen flicks, especially the movies of John Hughes and Sci-fi cartoons like Transformers or Thundercats, to films such as The Sandlot and Mighty Ducks 2. Not caring about being different or trying to be commercial, even though the music might as well be called pop music. Peter Carrol from London teamed up with him and together they are now recreating the atmosphere and vibe of the soundtracks to the best 80s and early 90s movies that never existed.

Internet attention (Fluokids, Hipster Runoff, Discodust, Big Stereo, Discobelle) gained Futurecop! followers, and an EP Release with Southern Fried and IHEARTCOMIX along with support from scenestars like Diplo, Crystal Castles and the late DJ Am boosted the group. Fans ultimately clamored for their performances worldwide, including shows at Miami WMC 2009, SXSW 2009, Pleskin Festival 2010 and The Big Chill Festival 2009. Remixes of their popular tracks “N.A.S.A” and “Transformers,” including a mix by The Hood Internet, garnered Futurecop! additional acclaim.

After last year’s production hit on Green Label Sound single “Hum Drum Town” with vocalist Theophilus London and comparisons to groups like Chromeo, Futurecop! are poised to take over global dance floors with their indie-pop retro electro anthems.


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  • fortheinsider

    Manzur Bhai gaane to bade gajab gajab banate hooo

    22 Jul 12:50pm Reply
  • watsollnditimma

    ich weiß net wies euch geht, aber ich tus mit aller hingaabe feiern....enjoy it ,your welcome.

    28 Feb 9:28pm Reply
  • IronPenguin

    I didn't expect to enjoy Fairy Tales. I thought I would hate it based on everything I read in the build-up to the release. But I'm pleasantly surprised. It's much better than Hopes, Dreams & Alienations and manages to keep elements of the "classic" Futurecop sound of 2009 while adding new elements to the mix.

    2 Dec 2014 Reply
  • d0l

    god damn fagits shitting up the shoutbox, not everything has to be deep and meaningful ya bunch of tools, hop on back to your toolbox

    2 Nov 2014 Reply
  • mikenike925

    futurecop is like butt sex

    28 Oct 2014 Reply
  • lhlhlh1

    Lost Love is makin luv to my ears

    29 Jul 2014 Reply
  • Puuch

    Eyes and Lost Love is tuning my summer! Love.

    23 May 2014 Reply
  • Rene_18

    I like the new album! .___.

    6 May 2014 Reply
  • Doman26

    I can see why people hate the new album. I actually like it, but it is not something I would expect from Futurecop. In my demented world I wish Futurecop stayed on the path that they were and some other band came out with the current album

    10 Mar 2014 Reply
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    10 Mar 2014 Reply
  • IronPenguin

    I much prefer the sound they were exploring on Lost City of Alvograth EP and The Movie.

    16 Jan 2014 Reply
  • IronPenguin

    New album is OK. Superheroes is a great track (love Kristine) as is Misanthropist Wolf. Atlantis is not so bad. The rest is pretty forgettable to me.

    16 Jan 2014 Reply
  • fancyfootwork80

    New album sucks [2] ...less space travelling, more empty humpin-pumpin on the dancefloor.

    7 Jan 2014 Reply
  • Grikonen

    Hmmmm, new album could have been so much more. I thought it was just... bland? I adore the track 'Misanthropist Wolf' though and jeez, check out the remix of it by F.O.O.L. (who by the way, are awesome).

    1 Jan 2014 Reply
  • QuietThings430

    The duo's love of pop punk is all over this record. I personally like it but I can see why some people are turned off by it. That Coming Home remix doe. I could totally see that being a club banger next year if played by the right folks.

    15 Dec 2013 Reply
  • berj91

    No way around it.

    14 Dec 2013 Reply
  • berj91

    New album sucks.

    14 Dec 2013 Reply
  • djroosevelvet

    Just lost my Grandmother, going through a shoebox of photos she had.......this music is the glue holding me together right now.

    24 Oct 2013 Reply
  • diamond_tough

    I know 80's worship is pretty fuckin' lame but these guys get an exception. Perfect.

    22 Oct 2013 Reply
  • frosa

    awesome sound

    15 Sep 2013 Reply
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