Here it is the Disco Pinata snapback cap! Our colorful logo embroidered on the front and the pink and white Disco Pinata logo on the side. The caps are New Era 9Fifty and are embroidered in St. Louis, MO.
Get yours at the Disco Pinata Disco Pinata Bandcamp site
One of our favorite tracks on Marnie’s album, “G.I.R.L.S” is available on white or black vinyl. Very limited! Also there’s two new remixes: an experimental version by fellow Glaswegian, Nightwave, that will launch an ear worm lasting days and a two-stepper that turns mad by Bergen’s Ralph Myerz.
Visit Norway premieres Ralph Myerz & The jack Herren Band’s music video for “Midnight Magic.” The video was shot on a the Folgenfonna glacier in Norway.
We’ve released a set of brilliant remixes of Marnie’s “Lost Maps” by HQFU and John Baillie of Glasgow and the first remix by a new duo from Mexico City, -La Roc-. Available digitally and streaming in all the usual places.
HQFU is the electro alias of Glasgow-based artist Sarah J Stanley. She describes her current work as “A mix of high BPM, fun, dirty and dark electro sounds.” Sarah plays keyboards in Marnie’s live band and designed the cover of the album “Strange Words And Weird Wars.”
John Baillie Jnr
John Baillie Jnr is producer/writer/drummer in Bossy Love, formerly of Glasgow ‘fight-pop’ band Dananananaykroyd and electro-house duo Dolby Anol. As a dance music producer and DJ he’s remixed over 30 artists (including officials for the likes of Farley ‘Jackmaster’ Funk, La Roux and The Gossip) and played from New York City to Australia and everywhere in between.
-La Roc- is a new project by Mexico City’s Karim Gonzalez and Nico Raiback. Karim is well-known in the underground electronic scene in Mexico from his legendary radio station mixtapes, work with the Mexican Institute of Sound and the acts NSM PSM and Wagoner. Nico is a musician, producer and DJ who has been experimenting with samplers, synthesizers, old rhythm machines and making tracks since he was 10 years old.
Marnie will be performing live at the Hug & Pint in Glasgow on January 27, 2018 for the Celtic Connections Winter Music Festival. Expect more live shows in 2018.