Dedicated to "the most wonderful and multicultural city in the world", this 15-track collection showcases some of Montreal's most promising artists. The album is guaranteed to please both the Anglo and Francophone populations, shining a light on music in both languages. Record company King Groove doesn't deny their affinity for The Urban Element, featuring three of their tunes on the compilation ("Trippin" and "Tapestry of Triumph" are most notable). Though artists such as Audio Sculpture and Neibu are limited to only one track each ("Bombs in the Sky" and "Dependance"), their work is just as memorable. While FSoM is slightly too mellow for my taste, those who appreciate home-grown tunes or simply need a good chill-out album should most definitely look to the Future.