The Flying Mojito Bros are two disco mescoleros pioneering the great electronic wilderness.
With their boots firmly planted in dusty seventies sunsets, their productions take cosmic country funk to modern dancefloors via NYC latin disco and baggy acid house.
Think the first summer of love meeting the second – Crosby, Stills and Nash at the Haçienda, The Doors at Shoom, The Orb at Woodstock.
The acid cowboys – producer/musician Ben Chetwood & DJ/digger Jack Sellen – have found their show featuring on-the-fly remixing, edits, live instrumentation and trippy visuals to be a hit among party people all over. Their house-gone-country has positively bewildered party people in clubs, breweries and late-night festival tents at Glastonbury, Bestival, Truck, Port Eliot, Pikes Ibiza and many more.
In addition to residencies at Basement Tapes, The Social, The Constitution, Spiritland and Nobu, they’ve been invited to work their hoodoo on remixes of Flamingods, Raf Rundell (The 2 Bears), Black Peaches, Jouis, 77:78 (Heavenly) and Scott Hirsch among others.