|Space station@Horse and Groom
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|Author:||jlayton [ Fri Jul 15, 2011 5:33 pm ]|
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The Spacestation crew get ready to embark on another mission on Friday 29th July at The Horse and Groom in Shoreditch. The latest flight will see residents Cosmonauts joined by fellow hot disco duo, The C90s. Expect a meteor shower of the finest Italo disco, balearic beats, deep chuggy grooves, synth driven melodies, funk fuelled boogies and intergalactic vibes..
Danny and Jamie have been sharing their love of disco, house and electro throughout Europe's biggest clubs ever since they first met in 2007. A remix request from Headman led to their signing to Relish Records in 2009, and two singles soon followed. These, along with their remixes for such artists as Filthy Dukes, Flight Facilities and Villa, received heavy radio play and support from Annie Mac and Pete Tong. The boys have now moved into a new studio and are working tirelessly on their first EP, while looking forward to tours of Australia and the States, and shows at UK festivals this Summer.
Firmly making their mark on the intergalactic disco scene, with an emphasis on Total Feeling, Cosmonauts music flips the boundary between tripped out balearic house and full-on italo disco.
Disco Biscuit was released in May on Rayko's Rare Wiri imprint. Already a fixture in the dj sets of most of the main players in the nu disco world, Rare Wiri have boosted the release with remixes by Ilya Santana, Nelue, Lou Teti (Munga) & Irregular Disco Workers. This is the first of what is about to become an onslaught of material released this year by these space cadets, what with the launch of Super Trooper, their own label, and a slew of remixes for the likes of Tronik Youth, Figures, Pyschemagik, Politeca, Mighty Mouse to name a few.
Chickens in Milan was the first release on Super Trooper in June, with Cycle Eyes to follow shortly afterwards. Remixes have come from Fusty Delights and Psychemagik respectively.
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