Wednesday, 30 September 2009
we have done an exclusive mix for the uber cool Electric Disco site, here is what they said:
This month we are proud to be able to give you a mix put together exclusively for The Electric Disco by our friends and fellow mancs, The Disco Outcasts.
Their sound is truly eclectic and just what we love over here at The Electric Disco, taking in Italo, Cosmic, Afro, Boogie, Balearic, House and much more…
you can grab it here:
THE ELECTRIC DISCO
Tuesday, 29 September 2009
Adam (Acid) Strange
From the depths of the underground bunker in Manchester to the light of the white isle that is now his home, this mix charts the transition from dark to light.
Adam (Acid) Strange moves and shakes with The Disco Outcasts from time to time, when the wormhole through time and space allows. Look out for future productions both solo and with the infamous Disco Outcasts. ENjoy X
Age of the psychonauts vol 1 - A journey through time and space. by Adam (Acid) Strange
Monday, 28 September 2009
Next up for the Outcast Love mix series is the very cool Marcello Giordani from Italo Deviance.. If you are not aware of the blog you need to get yourself over there immediately, for what awaits you is a whole world of rare italo that you will have unlikely come across..Rethink your Italo knowledge!!!
Also due to drop soon is Italo Deviance 001: 1. Don't remember what (Marcello Giordani re-edit) 2. Stars & Muscles (Ajello re-edit) 3. Futuristic ego (Beppe Loda re-edit)- i have heard the Ajell0 edit, i assure you from hearing this track alone, you need this in your collection. Fierce!
so onto the mix, Marcello has delivered an amazing selection of classic & electronic disco from recent times, this will be your sound track for many a night to come.. Italo Deviance, 100% Detonation. Outcast Love to you Marcello. ENjoy! x
Born in Parma (Italy), Marcello Giordani in 1992 started spinning the House music in clubs nearby his town and work on the most important Italian Club scenes. In 2006 started producing on labels like Dirt Crew, Mule Musiq, Boogie Farm and Radius, LIWM, Compost Black, Youngodds as "SuperSonic Lovers".
Since October 2008 is running a blog called ITALO DEVIANCE (full of obscure disco tracks and re edits) with over 300+ visitors everyday.
Marcello is also a record collector, his eclectic dj sets and productions have been inspired by the N.Y. Disco and Chicago scene of the mid 80's, Detroit techno and from the early Italo & Cosmic music!
Saturday, 26 September 2009
Friday, 25 September 2009
Thursday, 24 September 2009
Wednesday, 23 September 2009
Tuesday, 22 September 2009
Disco Outcasts are taking bookings for a tour of America (East and West Coast) and Canada early 2010, please email us at: email@example.com for our press pack / mixes etc.. if you have any solid offers get in touch and we will give you the details thus far... thanks x
Monday, 21 September 2009
Saturday, 19 September 2009
Thursday, 17 September 2009
Luke and Justin are having a party, a birthday party to be exact. And in true UnaBomber style the 2 virgos are having their party together.
Someone will be spinning some tunes and basically we're gonna have a good old fashioned knees up. INside X
Thursday September 17th from 8pm @ Electrik Bar, Wilbraham Road, Chorlton, Manchester.
Happy Birthday Luke & Justin, Massive LOve from The Outcasts XX
Loredana Berte - In Alto Mare [Loudtone Mix]
Wednesday, 16 September 2009
Tuesday, 15 September 2009
Another Outcast Love mix comes from the very talented Graeme Fisher. We first became aware of Graeme through the disco not disco group on facebook, he is one of the original contributors. We have always been impressed with his selections which comes as no shock once you dive into the history of the man.
Graeme has the true balearic spirit and has worked with many of the greats through his career. He is currently working with a close outcast friend, Steve Lee, at the popular sunday session, Balearica in London town..
So, on to the mix, a well crafted selection of disco, balearic & house that will have you at it into the wee hours and beyond! Outcast Love to you indeed Graeme, we salute you sir! ENjoy xx
It was back in 1989 during the acid house wars that Graeme Fisher first ventured onto the decks – well one deck to be precise. One belt driven deck, a homemade reverb unit, a small collection of records and a large sheet of psychedelics to be very precise. There were only eight people in the barn that night and if any of them could remember they’d definitely say it was one of the best musical experiences they’d ever had (especially the bit when Graeme dubbed the shit out of the opening bars of 808 States ‘Cubik’ for a good five minutes).
From those humble beginnings Graeme has gone on to play at some of the best clubs in the country and beyond. He’s held residencies at both Pacha & Space in Ibiza, Tribal Gathering and Type @ The Cross (with old friend Kelvin Andrews) amongst others.
Over the years he’s graced the decks at Bugged Out, Bestival, Underwater, Glastonbury, Wobble, Turnmills, Ministry Of Sound, The Eclipse, NME awards, MTV Ibiza Festival, 333, Ku, 93 Feet East, Café Del Mar, Mambo and many other clubs in Europe including Belgium, Norway and Switzerland. Playing on the same bill with Dj’s including Alfredo, Sasha, Daft Punk, Erol Alkan, Jose Padilla, Andrew Weatherall, Idjut Boys, Ashley Beedle, Phil Mison, Balearic Mike, Ray Mang, 2 Many DJ’s and The Chemical Brothers.
Graeme has released records under the names Kay & Fisher, The Original Holy Rollers and Air Tattoo, who’s remix of Punchanlla’s San Trancisco made it onto DJ Magazine’s ‘Top 10 Progressive House Tracks Ever Chart’ (it wasn’t called progressive house when they made it!) Graeme also set up a record label to release a single sided 7” by his friend The Freelance Hellraiser called ‘A Stroke Of Genuis’ which went on to become one of the defining tracks of the mashup scene that was taking place at the time.
Monday, 14 September 2009
Saturday, 12 September 2009
Friday, 11 September 2009
something that i have been meaning to do for a while now is put together a series of unmixed tracks that i play at after parties, so, here is Edition one! Got Soul? xxxxx
Disco Outcasts - Outcast Soul? Edition one by discooutcasts
Thursday, 10 September 2009
Main Stem are our next guests at the disco dive and to get you right in the mood for what is going to an amazing party, Main Stem's Rob j has given us a recent mix from his residency in Birmingham, Dropout Boogie.. ENjoy people, see you on the 26th...
Disco Outcasts vs Main Stem
Saturday September 26th
10pm - 4am / Entry Free
The Purple Pussy Cat
19a Backbridge Street
Wednesday, 9 September 2009
Tuesday, 8 September 2009
we have done an exclusive mix for the ace beats & art blog purpose built, here's what they said:
Our fellow Mancunian beatblog friends the Disco Outcasts very kindly put together this KILLER selection of balearic disco goodness for our inaugural guest mix. And boy is this good! Balearic getaway gems lead seamlessly up to some heads-down belters:
you can grab it here:
Monday, 7 September 2009
Next up in the Outcast Love mix series is Craig Moog from electrofunkdiscotek, a massive member of Glasgow's disco mafia.. Craig is also the author of the rather tasty blog Piece Together where you will find some fierce mixes from the elite of the disco balerica underground..
We hope to get Craig down to The Purple Pussy Cat sometime in the future for a night of disco deviance with the Outcasts, but in the meantime enjoy this super slick affair of 21st century disco that will get you right in the mood for a night at your local basement, main room, back room or your front room.
So once again we ask you to raise a glass to the sound of the Glasgow underground - Craig Moog...Enjoy xx
Craig Moog has been a major player in the Glasgow music scene for the last decade. Now running the Solardisco club nights with Maelstrom (Eskimo Recordings/Mindless Boogie) and Kev Stevens(Solardisco) he also runs his own Electrofunkdiscotek nights alongside fellow Glasgow disco devil Billy Woods(Supermax/Outer Drive). He can be found playing a sound that takes in Disco, Italo, Cosmic, Electronic, Balearic, Funk, Boogie and everything else in between.
Craig has worked across the board playing music festivals, underground partys for Vacuum,Gallery shows for The Proud Galleries and SWG3 and Djing for companys such as Nike SB,Comme Des Garcons,Dazed and Confused,and Vivienne Westwood to name but a few. He has played residencies in Glasgow to packed clubs in Europe,taking in Paris,Berlin and even the O2 Arena in London for an aftershow party along the way. Playing a continuous soundtrack of Cosmic Electronic Disco,he has played and been billed alongside some of the worlds greatest Djs and Producers such as Masters At Work,David Holmes,Howie B,Simian Mobile Disco and lots more!,also Djing with some of the greatest players in the Cosmic Disco/Nu Disco scene such as Pete Herbert(Reverso 68/LSB),Prins Thomas(Full Pupp),Rune Lindbaek(Noid),Dicky Trisco(Disco Deviance),Social Disco Club(Bear Funk),Fabrizio Mammarella(Bear Funk),Optimo(Oscarr) and The Revenge(Jisco). Craig also runs the Disco/Electronic music blog PieceTogetherMusic.