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Cadillac w/ SHMLSS (Disco Deviance), Mark Hume and Yet Another on Saturday 19th May 2018
SHMLSS (XXX / Disco Deviance) (NL)
For this party we have two rising stars of the Dutch underground DJ circuit flying over to London to join us.
DJ and production duo SHMLSS are regular fixtures in their home towns of Amsterdam and Utrecht and play frequently across Berlin and other European party cities. As producers they have had clocked up an impressive stack of releases on labels including Disco Deviance, Oye Records, Eskimo Recordings, Nein Records, To Rack & Ruin, Paper Disco, Special Edition and Giant Cuts Presents, as well as their own XXX label, which recently has been on absolute fire (see links posted in the FB event).
As DJs the the pair are proper diggers and vinyl enthusiasts - their sets span classic disco sounds, nu disco and deeper heavy electronic sounds. Despite rising fame and a strong production history, amazingly this will be SHMLSS's debut UK gig. So we're even more amped to have them headline for us.
Keep an eye out for SHMLSS’s new DJ MAG ‘Wax On’ vinyl only mix being posted very soon on the DJ Mag Soundcloud and keep an eye on this event for mixes and updates before the 19th.
Event - https://www.facebook.com/events/180731932545198/
On the night, heavy disco support comes from Cadillac residents Mark Hume and Yet Another, who will be keeping things pumping before our Dutch guests take the reigns.
Last time we held a party at Mick’s Garage with NYC spinner Jacques Renault was an absolute highlight of the year. We’re hoping this one will go off with just as bigger bang.
Grab and ticket and we’ll see you on the dance floor. x
Music Genres: Disco, House
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