Sunset Sessions #005:
Jim Stanton

A bluesy voyage into the past—from Tulsa Sound legend JJ Cale, the slide guitar of Ry Cooder and folk-rock super group Crosby, Stills and Nash to Alice Coltrane’s deep jazz and the Latin rock of Santana


Since kicking off in a London basement well over a decade ago, Horse Meat Disco co-founders James Hillard and Jim Stanton have remained dedicated to human happiness with their “queer party for everyone” anthem. They put their own modern spin on a night of blurred genres to create a safe space for disenfranchised club goers and an inclusive haven for anyone looking for a good time, which they continue to pump out every Sunday from their home at EAGLE LONDON. HMD also runs regular parties all over the world, including a residency at Output in Brooklyn, delivering glittering night of classics, Italo, house, Afropunk and oddities en masse to dance fanatics of all types—homos and heteros, club kids, bears, fashionistas, naturists, guerrilla drag queens and ladies who munch.


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