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© Future AnticsThere has been an exciting new talent added to the Militant Artists arsenal this week as they have snapped up Future Antics who has been really knocking out the good beats over the past year. That under the Militant army is a trend set to continue...

Militant Artists are proud to announce the latest signing to their outstanding trance dominated agency.

In less than a year, Future Antics has signed his productions to the world's biggest trance labels including Armada, Discover Records, Enhanced Music, Perfecto Fluoro, Mental Asylum, VANDIT, Monster Tunes and Damaged!

He has racked up a string of feature plays on Armin's "A State of Trance" as well as Simon Patterson's "Open Up" BBC Radio 1 show and has already receiving worldwide acclaim from his peers. Regular admirers include Paul Oakenfold, Aly & Fila, Paul Van Dyk, Protoculture, Sean Tyas (who labelled him "an artist we will be seeing a lot of in the future") and many more.

You can now hear him regularly on his own radio show "Moments" - on Afterhours FM.

Future Antics aka Matt Samuels is no stranger to the music scene. As a house producer and DJ, he has seen a meteoric rise and has headlined gigs all over the world from South America, India, Middle East, Eastern and Central Europe. He has played for some of the worlds biggest clubs and brands including Ministry of Sound, Pacha and Toolroom Knights, playing alongside world famous DJs such as Mark Knight, Shadow Child and Sandy Rivera to name a few.

In addition to this, Matt has held down two extremely successful winter residencies in Verbier, Switzerland, playing with acts such as The Shapeshifters, Seb Fontaine and many of the Ministry of Sound DJs.

Now he turns his prestige production skills towards his real passion - Trance music.

Debuting on Beatport at No. 11 and receiving glowing reviews in DJ Mag, the future is certainly looking very bright for Future Antics.

Check out Future Antics' most recent releases - all out on Beatport this coming Monday (10th August)


:: Future Antics - Twisted (Damaged)
:: Future Antics - One Three Eight (Monster)
:: Future Antics - Enjoy The Silence
:: Future Antics - Delerium Silence (Remix)


 


 

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