1. gang gang dance
2. examples from the past:
- art deco architecture and fashion;
- early Russian avant-garde that appropriated elements from very early Russian art and Eastern art (not for the sake of advancing a nationalist agenda but for creating a new art that's free from academic conventions of the day, the so-called Neo-primitivism)
- innumerable examples of futuristic Japanese art and manga that refer to samurai
so essentially you're trying to coin a name for a genre.. how is this working out so far? Did it catch on? Isn't phutoro rather not fitting for a genre where the thing that stands out are the analog/antique bits?
Does future bass really feel futuristic in a way that (detroit) techno once did? I think it doesn''t..not much maybe a bit.
actually, I wouldn't necessarily consider future bass to be phuturo, but more any kind of futuristic music that incorporates ethnic, pre-industrial elements. I've recently found out there is already a name for this 'genre' or whatever, that is used by writers in the wire magazine. they however use the term 'fourth world." http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fourth_World,_Vol._1:_Possible_Musics
"Fourth World" is a term used by trumpeter Jon Hassell to describe a style of music employing modern technological treatments and influenced by various cultures and eras. He wanted the music in this album to be "future primitive", or "a coffee-coloured classical music".