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Dutty Moonshine

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The sounds of the 1930’s big band meets modern basslines and chunky beats!

Dutty Moonshine is the creation of Michael Rack and Alex Furley. Both have had years of experience mixing many genres from Hip-Hop to Breaks to Jungle and with a passion for the vaudeville arts the birth of Dutty Moonshine was inevitable.
This duet have played various parts of Europe, headlined some of the UK’s biggest clubs, smashed big stages at festivals such as Glastonbury, Bestival and Secret Garden Party and with a tour of the eastcoast of the USA on the cards for 2013 , and the duo frequenting Europe all year round you can be sure to see Dutty Moonshine bring back the roaring 20’s.

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“Absolutely phenominal masters of unique mixes that some how can grab acoustic brilliance of the Gypsy and Swing world and slam them screaming into the 22 nd century. For a slice of the future with a digit in the past get these guys” - Chris Tofu - Electro Swing

“Played with these guys a few times and they never fail to rock the shit out of it” - JFB - 2 x UK DMC Champion

“You are without a doubt the badboys of swing” - some random guy backstage at Glastonbury

“Dutty Moonshine’s set was definitely the highlight of my Secret Garden festivities. Decadent, glamorous, fun and darn right sexy… Toe tappin’, hip shakin’, ball breakin’, we couldn’t stop. Long live the mighty Dutty” - Kate from the Puppini Sisters

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