Future Samba by autokratz published on 2013/02/19 12:14:57 +0000 Once again we fly courageously in the face of those against putting the word 'future' in front of genres with 'Future Samba.' Alongside 'Drop' this makes up two exclusive tracks taken from autoKratz forthcoming mix CD and compilation 'Saturday night, Sunday Morning.' It's been six long months since we had new music from autoKratz for you. We're extremely excited to have them back and on fine form with Future Samba and Drop, the products of a booze fuelled weekend at Blatta & Inesha's Sicilian studio in January. Whilst their time apart has yielded new projects and generally allowed them to focus on making Bad Life the 'electro label of the moment (DJ Mag), it's our pleasure to now share these two exclusive tracks taken from autoKratz forthcoming mix CD and compilation, Saturday night Sunday morning. Harder than Ron Jeremy in a strip joint, Future Samba is a peak-time bulldozer taken from autoKratz and Blatta & Inesha's studio liaison early this year. ddd It's dark and hits so so hard with a pneumatic bass line, rolling snares-a-plenty all over the place and cliff-edge drops that once you edge over, there's no two ways about it - you're a goner. Both tracks are taken from 'autoKratz present Saturday Night, Sunday Morning,' Bad Life's fail-safe solution for late nights and the morning after. Set for release on 1st April, this compilation and autoKratz mix CD uncovers what Bad Life has in store for 2013. ’Saturday night’ has already garnered support from Sasha and Diplo, and features brand new dancefloor exclusives from the likes of Sound of Stereo, BS1, Mason, Attaque and Sovnger. ‘Sunday morning’ however exhibits the flip side of the label’s split-personality with new music from Petite Noir, Qtier, Whitey, Swim, D/R/U/G/S and David AKZ.