Futurecop! are British electronic synth-pop musicians consisting of Manzur Iqbal and Peter Carrol.
Life and career 
Early life 
Growing up in Manchester, England, Manzur played in various punk rock bands, however he had a real passion for re-creating the electronic synth melodies influenced by fantasy, nostalgia, 80s cartoon, video game movie soundtracks.
Musical career 
Growing up Manzur was never into electronic music, instead he was into punk pop / indie pop, bands such as Weezer, Pavement, The Get Up Kids and Saves the Day. With his musical experience consolidating a wide, eclectic range of tastes, Manzur entered University, took the same course as Peter, and a friendship was formed.
After University, Manzur spent all of his time re-creating the sound of his childhood and his daydreaming of fantasy, with no previous knowledge of electronic production. He was armed with a laptop, a broken midi keyboard and a pirated music program called Reason. Manzur and Peter both combined each other's musical journeys; thus Futurecop! was born.
Thanks to internet attention from popular blogs and support from various musicians, Futurecop! gained a significant following, especially with their tracks “N.A.S.A” "Tonite's Hero" and “Transformers,” which Manzur openly admits was made only on his laptop, while half asleep in bed watching childhood movies.
In 2009, they signed with LA based label Iheartcomix in the USA & Canada along with Southern Fried Records for their debut EP “The Unicorn & the Lost City of Alvograth.” They have performed electronic live shows in Australia, USA, Sweden, France, Germany, Spain, U.K, Miami WMC, SXSW Festival, The Big Chill Festival.
Futurecop produced the underground hit for Green Label Sound with “Hum Drum Town,” featuring vocals by Theophilus London. Futurecop! has been compared to groups like Justice and Daft Punk.
In 2010 they released a 14 track album for record label and publisher Media Factory. This was a Japan only release named; 'it's Forever, Kids.' This album allowed Futurecop! to experiment with their sound outside their humble bedrooms and and into professional studios, singers and other producers they met while touring.
In 2011, Futurecop! released their second EP (The Adventures of Starpony) on The Sleepover Party, with tracks reaching top 5 in the Hype Machine Popular Charts. Their remix of The Naked & Famous's 'Young Blood,' was played by international House DJ Tiesto in his world tour.
In 2012 saw the release of their EP - 'The Movie OST,' via Kiez Beats Records, this was an electronic instrumental soundtrack, created for a made up vintage fantasy movie. The album went to number 7 on the Beatport charts in January 2012. They then went on to release their first two singles - "Starworshipper" and "The Only Way" in mid-2012.
Futurecop! is currently working on their full length album "Hopes, Dreams & Alienation," The album is based around concepts of young people, coming of age and is influenced by his teen musical influences of punk pop / indie pop bands such as Weezer.