Line-up /Lovefingers (ESP Institute/Blackdisco)
Lee Dougls (Rong/TBD)
Naive Melody dj's
We'd like to start by thanking everyone for there support this year. Some of the artists most influential to us have been down to play; all have understood what we're about and delivered beyond our expectations... 2010 has been kind!
This month will be our last party at Charlies till September as Ibiza and Croatia crash course with our regular spot, June is usually a corker down at Harter Street so don't miss out!
Playing under their new guise for the first time in the UK we welcome two afficionados in the scene, both have been on our wish list for some time and are cut out just right to play NM.
The Stallions is the collaborative production duo of Rong Music's Lee Douglas and ESP Institute label-boss Lovefingers also known for those hot "Blackdisco" 12's. The longtime buddies and DJ partners had already toured most of the western world, and finally saw fit to furnish their own musical vision. After a commission from singer/songwriter Findlay Brown to remix his song Teardrops Lost In The Rain, Lovefingers enlisted the talent of producer Lee Douglas, and The Stallions were born. Enamored by their remix, Findlay and his label further commissioned the pair to collaborate with his band on an original track and therefore came Stallions' Suite, an epic journey of modern Disco and Spaghetti Western themes clocking in at around 12 minutes. Months before its official release, the song had already found itself in the hands of disco giants like Prins Thomas, Ashley Beadle, Todd Terje, DJ Cosmo and Pilooski, and has since been dropped at David Macuso's legendary Loft. The two have currently been busy with remixes including The Phenomenal Handclap Band and Phil Manzanera, as well as crafting the Stallions debut album for release later this year.
Joining us all the way from New York before heading way out east to Moscow, the Stallions play the most unique locations and party hot spots hidden from the public eye. Check out this live recording from Istanbul!
Probably the best mp3 site ever - RIP!!!