Futurecop! is the Manchester-based electronic project of Manzur Iqbal and Peter Carrol, both of whom are inspired by 80s and early-90s nostalgia. After graduating from college, Iqbal drew much inspiration from Scottish producer Mylo and his track “In My Arms,” and began recreating sounds from the 80s with no previous knowledge of electronic production. Utilizing a laptop, MIDI keyboard, and Reason, Iqbal’s Futurecop! project grew. Iqbal was discovered by Mylo’s co-producer who gave him his first show in London. Iqbal asked Carrol, his best friend since college, to join him on synthesizers while they projected The Transformers from 1986.

Futurecop! shares new single, announces LP Fairytales of Summer Shoegazers, which will be out in the summer 2014, their single "Lost Love" is now streaming

Futurecop shares new single, announces album

Futurecop! is the Manchester-based electronic project of Manzur Iqbal and Peter Carrol, both of whom are inspired by 80s and early-90s nostalgia. After graduating from college, Iqbal drew much inspiration from Scottish producer,

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