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New Years Eve @ Cargo, London. Thurs. 31st 2009


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NYE at Cargo Presents.....DFA vs Horse Meat Disco


Cargo's not-so-secret love affair with Disco finds its ultimate expression in the biggest date on the calendar. The hottest New York City label, DFA, partner with London soul-mates Warm Collective to host Room 1, whilst the irreverent and always entertaining Horse Meat Disco mount a counter-attack of their own in a specially fitted second room. If you don't dance like a lunatic tonight you better check your pulse, try as hard as you may, you will not find a better Disco line-up this NYE.

On the very rare occasions Holy Ghost! arrive on our shores, they leave behind them a trail of sweaty, blissed out people. Criminally overlooked in the UK, this dj pair know how to rock a party with their vibrant and positively uplifting brand of Rock tinged Disco. Brooklyn's Holy Ghost! are Nicholas Millhiser and Alex Frankel. The duo was originally part of the live rap group Automato whose debut was produced by DFA's James Murphy and Tim Goldsworthy. Nicholas is also part of Juan Maclean's live band The Juan Maclean. Cargo is proud to have secured their talents for an extra long set this NYE.

On the Night.....


Holy Ghost! (DJ Set)

Jacques Renault

House Meat Disco

Jim Stanton

James Hillard


Ali Tillet

Rob Summerhayes

Tickets On Sale Now....


See You There.........

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