Unlike most other labels, Future Flash is identified by a medieval style wax seal bearing the label’s logo, meaning the records can only be played on one side. As such they are highly sought after collectors items and vanish from the market place very quickly. All vinyls of this label comes stamped with the wax seal, and an ink stamp detailing the Artists and tracks, all contained within a paper sleeve and a disco bag.
Perseus Traxx leads this label and monopolizes most of the issue with his great Acid’n’Jackin’ house style, but you can also find artists like Operator Trancey or Cestrian on this label.
This podcast also includes some yet-unreleased material from High Jack Records (Ukraine), and stuff from other labels in the same mood as 100% Pure, Delsin Records, M.O.S. Deep, Minority’s Records and Creme Organisation .
Tracklist [Future Flash & Perseus Traxx Material] 53% :
Korablove | Drunk Flower | High-Jack Records [Unreleased Yet]
Perseus Traxx | Remake 508 09 (edit) | Future Flash
Perseus Traxx | U Once Held My Heart | Future Flash
Perseus Traxx | 1-2-3-Jack! | Future Flash
D’Marc Cantu | Green Bike Seat | Delsin
Korablove | TB or not TB | High-Jack Records [Unreleased Yet]
Sterac aka Steve Rachmad | The Secret Life Of Machines (Bonus Beats) | 100% Pure
Perseus Traxx | Enhanced Hybrid | Future Flash
Perseus Traxx | Return To Seriphos | M.O.S. Deep
Hazylujah | Hazylutrax | @M/O/S Deep
Energun | Crazy Transfer Original Mix | Minority’s Records
D’Marc Cantu | Tazakuro | Creme Organisation
Perseus Traxx | Across The North Sea | Future Flash
Perseus Traxx / Cestrian | Annihilator Remix | Future Flash
Perseus Traxx | Das Haus | Future Flash
Big thanks on that one to Tramadol (for my back), Nigel Rogers (aka Perseus Traxx), For letting me publish that one and lend me some rare stuff, and Vadim from High-Jack Records for the promotionnal Korablove tracks.