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Thank you to everyone who came to our Ally Seedy headlined first spring breaker! We’re now celebrating Easter with the return of Mighty Mouse. We’re delighted to welcome back our favourite disco don, last seen on the Witch*unt stage back in September. Fresh from playing XOYO and with an upcoming American tour soon taking him away from our shores, you’d be crazy to miss this. Support comes from our stellar harem of Witch*unt residents.

Mighty Mouse
Witch*unt residents

Skiddle/RA/Party For The People

Mighty Mouse initially built his reputation making disco edits and remixing the likes of Robbie Williams, Gill Scott Heron, Gorrilaz, Kate Bush, ABBA, Fenech Soler, Shades Of Rhythm, Yello, AHA and Sister Sledge. It was his love of nu-disco pioneered by the likes of Lindstrom that has helped shape his early sound gaining support from the likes of The Magician, Tensnake, Alex Metric, Yuksek, Aeroplane, Bag Raiders, Horse Meat Disco, Annie Mac, Gigamesh, Lindstrom and Rob Da Bank.

He’s released 4 instalments of his critically acclaimed Disco Circus compilation series, MixMag naming the 1st two in their top 10 compilations of the year, as well as releasing a concept album called ‘Song With No Word’, bringing in more diverse admirers in Andrew Weatheral and Lemon Jelly. A regular on the Hype Machine, scoring countless numbers 1’s, original productions followed with classics including ‘Junglefish’, ‘The Beast’, ‘Electric Moonshine’, ‘Moments In Space’, ‘Shaker Faker’, ‘Space Face’ and ‘That Piano Track’. He teamed up with Monarchy to produce a stunning slab of modern disco with ‘In Front Of Our Friends’ and covered Bobby Womack’s ‘Love Is Gonna Lift You Up’.

He’s also one half of electronic group Du Tonc with Matt Van Schie. Their track ‘Darkness’ is considered a future classic, with almost 1 million plays on SoundCloud, subsequent singles ‘Surging Memories’, ‘Rise’ and ‘Island’ were followed by sell out tours of Europe, North America and Mexico. More recently he’s been refining his sound, incorporating his love of techno and the darker side of house music, fusing it with disco and nu disco.


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