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DJ mescoleros producing and playing uniquely American Dance Music – acid-fried, funk-fuelled and 70s cosmic country rock-infused desert disco and house for modern dancefloors.





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The Flying Mojito Bros are two disco DJs pioneering the great electronic wilderness.

With their boots firmly planted in dusty 70s sunsets, their pan-USA productions take cosmic country funk and rock to modern dancefloors via NYC latin disco and baggy acid house – on a bed of hefty contemporary rhythms.

Think the first summer of love meeting the second – Crosby, Stills and Nash at the Haçienda, The Doors at Shoom, The Orb at Woodstock.

While the remix masses continue to pick over the bones of soul, funk and disco for sample material, these acid cowboys uniquely look to the vast libraries of artists such as Santana, ZZ Top, Bonnie Raitt (and deeper still) for inspiration.

Consisting primarily of their own productions – with a slab of unreleased edits kept back for their own exclusive use at any one time – FMB have found their DJ sets to be a hit among party people all over. Their music has turned party people loose in clubs, parties and late-night festival tents at Glastonbury, Bestival, Pikes Ibiza, Austin City Limits and beyond.

In addition to residencies at The Social, 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, Scott Hirsch, James Matthew VII,  Katy J Pearson, Jeffrey Silverstein, Rudy Norman and more – releasing on prestigious independent labels such as Heavenly, Paper Recordings and Ubiquity.

The Flying Mojito Bros have seen over a million streams worldwide and a mushrooming US fanbase.


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Holler Country

Feature promoting ‘Greatest Hits (1970-1983)’ 2xLP compilation – promo mix and video

Interview promoting Country Discotheque mixtape cassette release

Le Visiteur

Interview promoting Rudy Norman remix release

Music Is For Lovers

Interview promoting Rudy Norman remix release

Going Left Music

Interview: Dancefloor Bandoleros

Pikes Hotel (Ibiza Rocks)

Interview ahead of one of our poolside sets there

BBC 6 Music

Bill Brewster Glastonbury Mix for Lauren Laverne. Our remix of Warren Zevon’s Night Time in the Switching Yard features.

Various DJ support from Huey, Lauren, Nemone

Electronic Sound

Introducing feature in this high-end print magazine (Issue 37, January 2018)

Faith magazine (Defected)

Rudy Norman remix listing (Issue 3, April 2021)


Magazine premiere for Black Peaches – Fire & A Water Sign (Flying Mojito Bros Refrito)

Cool Hunting

Featured: Cosmic Rodeo mix

AOR Disco

Loads of coverage from this well respected blog.


Favourite Fives interview

Featured: Cosmic Rodeo mix

(and all our other older remixes / edits feature)

DJ support

Tons, variously, from the likes of…

Afterlife (Café del Mar Ibiza) – BBC Radio 1 Wind Down, Alkalino, ame, Andy Wilson (Ibiza Sonica), AOR Disco, Ashley Beedle – “Featuring in my Heavy Disco radio show for sure”, Bill Brewster, Blaine Harrison (Mystery Jets) – “LONG LIVE FLYING MOJITO BROS!”, Colleen ‘Cosmo’ Murphy (Worldwide FM) – “Another winner”, DJ Prestige (Flea Market Funk) – “File this record under incredible”, DJ Supermarkt (Too Slow To Disco), Dr Rob (Ban Ban Ton Ton), Dream Chimney – “Awesome”, Eddy Temple-Morris (Virgin Radio, MTV, XFM) – “awesome ammo for when we get to do festivals again”, Fleetmac Wood – “Absolute masterclass.”, Freddie Garcia (Sancho Panza), Graeme Park (The Haçienda) – “Wonderful. Stand-out tracks”, Greg Wilson, Groove Armada, Horse Meat Disco – “Tasty! Love this”, Hot Toddy (Crazy P) – “Lovely stuff. Bass-heavy cosmic vibes”, Huey Morgan (BBC 6 Music) – “Back to the streets…You know what I’m sayin!!”, James Rod – “Brutal!!!!!”, Jason Boardman (Aficionado), Jaye Ward, Jim Stanton (Horse Meat Disco) – “love these guys – My strasse right here”, Jon Marsh (The Beloved)” – “Great. Uniqueness and originality. cool music… More please!”, Justin Robertson – “Fabulous”, Lauren Laverne (BBC 6 Music) – “See – this is why I had to play it. It had to be on the show”, Leo Zero – “Killer”, Lovefingers, Luke Solomon (Defected) – “Awesome to see this come out”, Max Essa (Bonobo), Mufti – “Very cool! great job! thank you!”, Nabihah Iqbal, Nemone (BBC 6 Music) – “VERY TASTY”, Paco Osuna, Pontchartrain (Whiskey Disco) – “Man these guys just keep killing it”, Richard Dorfmeister, Rob da Bank (BBC Radio 1, Worldwide FM) – “Never leaving the box”, Sean Johnston (A Love From Outer Space) – “KINGS OF THE EDIT. I admire your handiwork – absolutely killer”, Severino (Horse Meat Disco) – “OH YEAH! Five stars”, Tensnake, The Blessed Madonna, Willie Graff (Pacha/Cielo, Ibiza) – “Great work bros. Feeling it”

Contact / bookings

Email hola (hat) flyingmojitobros (dawt) com

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