Future Joy

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Future Joy

Future Joy is an invigorating and refreshing addition to EDM. Debuting their first album, frontman Zach Simms performs on the saxophone, dj’ing with Frederic Park on the drums; Future Joy is a stellar fusion of Electronic Music with a taste of Sax and Soul! Straight out of the Milehigh City, Future Joy covers an array of sub genres in electronic dance music from dubstep to house to glitch hop to vaporwave. “The possibilities are limitless, and that’s something Future Joy proves in their debut self-titled album. A reflection of the Denver electronic scene today, Future Joy is a collaborative piece that pulls from many genres to create a sound that’s recognizable yet fresh. Iconic electronic music drops are met with some of the sexiest saxophone serenades your ears will ever hear. The boys are on a serious mission to get you laid.” (303 Magazine). Future Joy is the party you want to attend.

Even though Future Joy is a brand spanking new band, Simms and Park are no strangers to performance, having shared the stage with George Clinton and Parliament Funkadelic, Melvin Seals (Grateful Dead), Mickey Avalon, Boombox, Champagne Drip, and The Motet.

Through synchronicity Simms and Park met in the Colorado Music Scene and have been best friends ever since, essentially brothers. Working tirelessly to create this tasteful, soulful album, “Future Joy”, is here to hydrate your thirsty ear holes.

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Nationally recognized Saxophonist, Rob Dixon has worked with a wide variety of Artists, from Illinois Jacquet to Ali from “a tribe called quest”. In addition to working full time as a musician, Dixon works for the Owlstudios record label and is one of the principle organizers for Indy Jazz Fest (An annual jazz festival in Indianapolis IN).

A graduate Hampton University, Rob Dixon continued studies At Indiana University in the Masters of Music program under the Direction of David Baker. In the subsequent years following Rob Dixon established himself as a professional musician, working with the Count Basie band, Rufus Reid,, Composer Bill Lee (spike lee’s father), Illinois Jacquet, Jonah Jones, Mike Clark’s “Indigo Blue” as well as many others. Dixon returned to Indianapolis in 2002 and started Triology (the first group to be signed by the Owlstudios record label). Recently one of Rob Dixon’s original compositions (“Soul Talk”) (performed by Derrick Gardner and the Jazz Prophets) has been featured in the major motion picture “Big Stan” (a Rob Schneider directorial debut). Currently Rob Dixon is working with Derrick Gardner, Mike Clark, Steve Allee and Cynthia Layne on a regular basis.

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