I could list the many things I’ve leant on this year to get me through. Most involve calories I’m going to find hard to shift once this is over, but one has kept me happier than anything else. Disco. A small name for a mighty real genre that has kept me connected to the community I’m so proud to be part of. And so it is with a pinch of disbelief and dazzled delight I’m able to shout loud that Queenie and I will be supporting those Horse Meat Disco boys alongside the utterly fabulous Suze Rosser at Patterns this New Year’s Day.
Part of Patterns Distanced Series of must-do events this season, Horse Meat Disco NYD Afternoon Session will sizzle with sass, bringing all the bubbles to the yard as the boys and we get to shake our disco thangs (all socially distanced and responsible like). After all, when they’ve spent the last few month’s charming us with their critically acclaimed album Love And Dancing, it only seems only right that we show our appreciation in the Patterns Basement with some saucy seaside love. And with the Horse Meat Disco boys playing their unique mix of classics, Italo disco, house, oddities, Afro and punk-funk across both floors and Patterns decked up like the delicious art deco beauty it is, I just know we are all in for a right tasty NYD treat. All I need to do now is get planning that perfect disco outfit – calorie enhanced waistband and all. See you at the (socially distanced) front.
Patterns NYD : Horse Meat Disco Afternoon Session. Patterns, 10 Marine Parade, Brighton. DJs Horse Meat Disco, Suze Rosser with added Wildblood and Queenie. Doors open 2pm, last entry strictly 7pm. A socially distanced seated session. Ticket entry only event. Grab yours today here