Future Funk – The Early Years – Plastic City History


Future Funk was one of the first international respected house acts from Germany. They were respected by artists like George Morel and Masters At Work because they used to play on events all live.

Founded by Jerome Isma-ae and Marcel Krieg, Future Funk released many records on their own labels Flavour Rec. and Toasted, but also on more underground orientated labels as Delirium, Compose, Plastic City and Hey Babe! or on international labels like for example Strictly Rhythm. Jerome Isma-Ae is also the owner of the label „jee-productions“. Based in his native Munich, he played gigs throughout Europe, as well as in South America, Australia and New Zealand. International gigs have included appearances in Ibiza (Privilege, Amnesia), Brussel, Warsaw, Kiev, Prague, Vienna, Salzburg, Zurich, Sarajevo, Zagreb, Hvar, Kitzbuehl, Venezuela, Sidney, Melbourne, Darwin, Auckland, all cities in Germany and many other venues. Jerome Isma-Ae also wrote the movie soundtrack for the German film „100 Pro“ in 2001. This is a ReRelease of the classical album originally released on Plastic City UK in 1998.



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