FutureScope

FutureScope

 Belfast, N Ireland, GBR
BandEDM

We are a young and passionate group with charisma and energy, yet the maturity to create many moods and textures when playing live. With four musicians and over eight instruments, we peel away from the typical DJ set up and enter into a high powered, female fronted group playing melodic dance music to a very high standard.

Biography

FutureScope is the alter ego for songwriter, pianist and producer, Niall Hilary. At only twenty years old, Niall has years of experience under his belt. Playing and recording for top artists such as Aaron Shanley, STA and Grainne Duffy has given Niall a scope for success and a motivation and drive that would be hard to surpass. FutureScope have had a lot of success in the past year, including BBC and RTE radio plays, live performances in the Limelight, Radar, SU, Auntie Annies and many more. FutureScope are stepping up a level, having just had a jammed and high powered EP Launch in Love and Death Inc , two video shoots underway and a number of festivals to perform at this summer

The FutureScope EP was fully written by Niall Hilary, and self produced, 'bedroom' style. After working on twelve tracks over the past year, five have been selected to feature on the first FutureScope release. With a blend of driving choruses, euphoric layers of sound, mood swings and the trademark piano driving or glistening a track, FutureScope hope to put a dent in the UK electronic music scene.

FutureScope began the expedition into live shows in 2010. Exciting and passionate performances, with live bass, drums, singers, keyboards, masks, lights and launchpads playing ambient, house, techno and trance ensured FutureScope was a unique show not to be missed. With the vocals and charisma of Claire McCartney taking the lead, Ryan McCauley on bass and James Toal on drums, Niall has a passionate and confident group of musicians ensuring a solid yet exciting performance.

With a breath of fresh air in the electronic scene, FutureScope have marked themselves as the band to watch this year.