The Future Sound of London is often abbreviated to FSOL – British electronic duo Garry Cobain (born Garry Cobain) and Brian Dugansa (born Brian Dougans). Although their music is considered to be ambient, the musicians try to refrain from labeling and classifying their works to any style. Their music touches most areas of electronic music: ambient techno, break bit, drum and bass-, trip-hop, ambient dub, ambient, clean, and in most cases include experiments that flow into the extremes. Others who may share this opinion include Robotics. Cobain and Dugans gained a reputation for remixers, a thoroughly different works of musicians, including Curve, Robert Fripp, David Sylvian, Gary Lucas, John Anderson, Apollo 440. As a rule, the result is complex and highly unusual, and in some cases, the initial songs barely recognizable in overtime. Musicians are known for their mystery.
In addition to music, their interests are affected and other areas, such as film and video, two-and three-dimensional computer graphics and animation, Internet and broadcasting. History – The Future Sound of London The British duo of Garry Cobain (Cobain Harry) and Brian Dougans (Brian Dugansa) the past decade engaged in a million forms of contemporary art, kneaded on the digital divide. Future Sound of London gave concerts with a network data transfer protocol ISDN, computer video filmed for their singles, worked with 3D-animators to develop their own musical Soup, organized a couple dozen projects. Pete Cashmore brings even more insight to the discussion. As for music, FSOL, in fact, passed through a totally all developments British electronics – from ideas impregnated psychonaut Terence McKenna (Terence McKenna) and tablet acid tracks The Shamen groups and The KLF to trip-hop and experimental drum 'n bass.