Mark Barrott’s “Bush Society” Is A 10 Minute Journey Through His Influences

“Music for imaginations,” the Ibiza-based producer says.

April 15, 2015

After making a name for himself as Future Loop Foundation almost two decades ago, producer Mark Barrott has been living in Ibiza and making music inspired by the sights and sounds of island life. Barrott's latest track, "Bush Society," is a misty house tune that spans over 10 minutes and is replete with lush synth strings and South American percussion and atmospherics. That last one is literal; the foundation of the tune is a field recording Barrott made while living in South America.

"'Bush Society' comes from the desire to make timeless, exotic music, dripping in depth, melody and atmosphere," Barrott told the FADER via email. "...Music that can be cherished in the present and discovered 20 years into the future with equal surprise and joy. Music for imaginations. Music for people that know there's something more." Listen to all 10 exquisite minutes below; "Bush Society" is out now on International Feel.

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Mark Barrott’s “Bush Society” Is A 10 Minute Journey Through His Influences