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We met Marlon Lumba AKA Astronomar at WMC in Miami three years ago and already back then he blew us away with his productions, after relocating from Alaska to L.A he’s released tracks on Mad Decent, Fools Gold, OWSLA, Dim Mak, BNR, Enchufada, Ministry of Sound and Main Course (the label he founded together with Neoteric and Bot) becoming one of the major players within the US dance music scene.

This exclusive mix for us here at Discobelle sees him going into full on jacking techno mode and letting tracks play out and move around like they were designed to.

Tracklist after the jump.

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Reminiscent of late dubstep, this remix by NGHTMRE of Charlie Darker’s “Guns for Hire” adopts a crisp low-end that most current house and double-time music has neglected to accommodate. The offspring of the “jump up” and “get low” mantras, NGHTMRE’s remix blows the rest completely out of the water by getting making you feel dirty in the freshest of ways. Take a listen and tell us, “How the fuck do you feel?”

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Last week we brought you DiRTY RADiO’s latest supported by a sick beat from Glasgow’s Darius. This week they’re back with a new tune, beat provided by Kaytranada and we’re on the verge of swooning. With traces of R&B, pop, and disco under tones courtesy of some seriously feel good vocals, laid effortlessly over Kay’s synth laden house beat, the threesome turn this one into a dizzying sonic signature all their own.


Rising Australian songwriter/producer Spirit Faces has teamed up with follow Aussie vocalist Zebra Zap on a new slow and contemplative track called “Hold It Down.” Are you feeling angsty? Then listen to this. “Hold It Down” is a nice mix of bedroom pop/electro with plenty of feels.


Montreal based duo, Blue Hawaii, put their signature stamp on the latest from New York songstress, Sirma. Blue Hawaii’s sparse, hypnotic, almost tribal production provides a perfect framework for Sirma’s lilting vocals to flutter about in the ethers… this remix seems far more appropriate for her voice than the original arrangement and I’d be curious to see a full on collaboration between the two burgeoning acts.

Check out her “Instincts EP” to get a taste of authentic Sirma.