As well as being the Official DJ’s for Love Island where they can be see playing live on ITV2 every Sunday night, the girls’ are presenters on Virgin Radio. In the past year they have had guests such as Sigala, Fatman Scoop, Tove Lo and John Newman, plus live broadcasts everywhere from The Brits and to the Team GB camp and are now the “go to” presenters for fun, energetic content. In the past year they’ve broadcast live from all the Summer festivals, warmed up for Jess Glynne and Fleur East at Wembley Arena, headlined Festifeel and Fashion Undressed festival on the Southbank for Mastercard and performed bespoke intimate sets at the Groucho club, for Gok Wan’s Magazine and for brands such as Urban Decay and @london to name just a few. Even in the past few weeks they DJ’d at the UEFA Champions League Final party and played alongside Lulu and Pixie Lott for Simon Cowell’s Annual Midsummer Ball.
They’ve appeared regularly on daytime television including Lorraine and Alan Titchmarsh and most recently they’ve featured in The Secret Life of Twins, (ITV) filmed and recorded for Radio 4, Channel 4’s Food Unwrapped, BBC Horizon, and Channel 4’s DoppelGangers. Taking things across the pond their documentary, It Takes Guts, just premiered on CBC in Canada.
They have hosted events such as ‘Musicalize‘ at London O2 and Emerging Icons, Festifeel, Junk Kouture, Tommys Awards and the Ents Forum Awards and have regular columns in the Huffington Post, Evening News and Standard Issue magazine.
The girls were named 1 of 4 Scottish Cultural Innovators by Ted Baker and their first chat show Mac Yourself at Home was a complete sellout at the Edinburgh Fringe, where they had the Fringe’s biggest stars like Russell Kane and Joel Dommett on the sofa for a natter.
The Mac Twins continue to be successful because they remain true to themselves while embracing the creative tension that inevitably comes out when working as a pair. It really is the best of both worlds, no compromise.