Greased Up Disco


The boys at Cadillac are celebrating their first birthday so expect even more of a hot and heavy disco extravaganza, as they take their party to London Fields Brewhouse with Disco Bloodbath‘s Ben Pistor. Expect costumes, smooth grooves and an inflatable crocodile.

Get your tickets here.

Here’s a little taster of the Pistor-Cadillac combo on Cadillac’s weekly MEATtransMISSION radio show to warm you up.

Cadillac Radio Show 6 feat. Ben Pistor (26/03/15) by Meattransmission on Mixcloud

Track for the Day

I LOVE Julio Bashmore. Bashmore has provided me with countless rave glows – those moments where you take a moment to look around you at the crowd and everyone’s smiling and the sun’s out and you’re just so happy to be there. So of late, I have to say I’ve been a little disappointed with some of his output. I’ve waited, excitedly, for a new record which has on occasion not lived up to my own hype. Until now.

The beautiful summery, nostalgic, chilled, romantic soulful disco of Holding On, out on 10 July on his own Broardwalk Records as part of his forthcoming debut album Knockin’ Boots.

If you want a bigger dose, his Essential Mix from early May is well worth it.

Track for the Day

One for a sunday is the beautiful Multi-Love by Unknown Mortal Orchestra, not out until 26 May but part of a new third album out on Jagjaguwar. I’ve always been a sucker for a melancholy lyric and a slightly dreamy vocal (hence my undying love for Broken Bells), which this track shares with their previous album II. Catch them at Latitude this year for more ‘psych-soul’ surrealist ballads.



Out on Ireland’s Apartment Records, this wavy, trippy little number with the beautiful vocals of Greg Blackman is courtesy of Steve Legget, AKA Four Hands. With Mark Hand‘s soulful rework bringing us back to a sunny place before we get back to the dirty dirty dancefloor with NCW‘s Lost in the DMZ, this is all the genres under one vinyl roof.

More forthcoming from Steve Legget on Apartment Records, Signals (from the North), People Get Real’s Join Our Club and Steve Hall’s Buddhist Army.

Aquarius is out now from Diamonds and Pearls.

The Belly of the Beast

gazelleWe’ve been eyeing up Gazelle Twin in the office of late, so I’m excited to see my old favourite Tom Demac collaborating on two tracks forthcoming on Hypercolour 9 Feb; Guts “by far the scariest piece of music I’ve ever written!” and an edit of Belly of the Beast. He doesn’t disappoint either, with two rather menacing little stormers that kinda make me want to throw things around.