About us


The Future Sound of Yoga is the creation of Angel and Matt Singmin - two music passionate yogis that met by chance in the dance tent at Glastonbury while watching the Chemical Brothers. The project was born on 15 Jan 2010 when they ran an experimental yoga/dance session in Sydney, which fused together their shared passion for movement and cutting edge music. The experience struck a chord with yoga + music lovers alike, providing an alternative night out experience where people could move, dance and self-express.


Since then they have toured extensively around Australia, performing at both music festivals (Peats Ridge, Playground Weekender, Splendour in the Grass) and the major yoga festivals (Byron Spirit, Bodhi, the Phoenix Weekend). On the international stage, they have been featured at the Bali Spirit Festival, the Hawaii Spirit Festival and the Hong Kong Asia Yoga Conference, as well as in London where they held a weekly Saturday night residency at the Life Centre through the summer of 2011. Today they continue to be based in Sydney running regular events in the city.




Angel’s passion for the art of movement began as a child and teenager studying ballet. Turning down offers to study at London dance schools, she chose instead to go to university and start her career in advertising. But her passion for movement continued through yoga and eventually led her to teaching full time in 2008. Today she teaches yoga across Sydney to people from all walks of life through Dandelion Yoga (dandelionyoga.com.au) - the corporate yoga business that she founded. She has also taught for the Modern Yoga Collective and Dharma Shala in Bondi Beach. Outside of teaching, she has written yoga articles for Cosmopolitan, modelled for Identitaet Fashion Design and is alumni ambassador for Lululemon. She is also honoured to have opened both the 2011 and 2012 Yoga Aid events in Sydney.


Angel Yoga Pose
Matt Singmin DJ



Matt’s passion for electronic music began in the late 90s. While studying philosophy at Oxford and playing a jazz-funk collective, he became fascinated by the dance music scene in London. Inspired by the culture, he started travelling the world to tap into other areas where dance music was igniting: Goa, Haadrin, Burning Man. In 2003, he moved to Sydney and it was here that he began to experiment with synthesisers, electronic composition and DJing. Today, in addition to the Future Sound of Yoga, he is focused on production, remixes and DJing at other events around Bondi and Sydney.

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