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Samantha Duenas (better known as SOSUPERSAM) has been very busy. From her heavy tour schedule to her SUP? mix series, not to mention her 143 parties – a 90’s r&b/rap monthly – that has grown to be one of LA’s most wild nights. With no signs of slowing down, the Soulection DJ teams up with producer JR Jarris on her latest original work “Like.” The smooth yet bass heavy r&b track features Duenas’ own mesmerizing and confident vocal work, proving that 2016 will no doubt be the year of SOSUPERSAM.

The track is available for free download, so go on and press play and get ready to get down.


Made up of Jerome LOL and Samo Sound Boy, DJDS (formally DJ Dodge Stadium) is quintessentially LA. Known for unique ecstatic forms of house and techno, the Body High label heads don’t disappoint with their latest offering “I Don’t Love You.” The track combines tender harmonies and an almost euphoric buildup to create equal parts elegance and camp.

Their new album Stand Up and Speak will be out everywhere January 29th via Loma Vista, until then you can stream “I Don’t Love You” below.


You may know Brooklyn’s LEFTI (Alex Suarez) from his slew of stellar official remixes for the likes of Big Data, ASTR, AVAN LAVA, and Solidisco. The Cobra Starship alum is ending 2015 on a high note with a brand new original which features NY based vocalist Prince Terrence.

“Working on this track with Prince Terrence was a great experience,” LEFTI says. “His vocals really drove the evolution of the song’s sound. To complement his voice, I created a blend of live guitars and percussion that build up to contrasting synths. It all really took a turn for the better from the original demo.”

The disco-funk track is available for streaming and free download below.


We’re pleased to welcome NYC based DJ and producer Equal to this week’s Discobelle mix. You may know him from his track “Shakedown” which featured the lovely Seja and was released earlier this summer, or you may know him from his frequent gigs all around NYC. The mix starts out strong with his next single “Forget My Love,” which features Josh Moriarty the lead singer of Miami Horror. The track from his upcoming EP will be released early next year, until then you can listen that track (plus many others!) exclusively through our Discobelle mix. Check it and the track listing down below.

Equal – Forget My Love feat. Josh Moriarty*
Capyac – Speedracer
HONNE – Gone Are The Days
Equal – ID {Cold Cactus} *
Portugal. The Man – Purple Yellow Red and Blue (Passion Pit RMX)
SirOJ – Directions (New York, New York) VIP RMX
Purple Disco Machine & Boris Dlugosch – L.O.V.E.
Claptone feat. Clap Your Hands Say Yeah – Ghost
Equal – ID {Holid’aye!} *
Equal – ID {NRFBongos} *
Alex Schulz – Much Better
LEO ISLO – Higher Living
Equal – Shakedown feat. Seja (Adam Foster RMX)
Marcus Marr & Chet Faker – Birthday Card
Cut Snake – Santa Monica
Flight Facilities – Two Bodies (Henri RMX)


Disclosure’s highly anticipated album “Caracal” doesn’t seem to be going anywhere anytime soon. The latest single “Magnets” which features Lorde, is getting the proper remix treatment, first with A-Trak and now with the UK producer Jon Hopkins. The track is a distorted 7-minutes of furious buzzing, pounding synthesizers and heavy vocal cuts, in fact you hardly hear them at all. Listen to Hopkins’ sinister rework above.


Just a few months ago Kiesza made her triumphant return with “Give It To The Moment,”a high energy track collaboration with Djemba Djemba. Today the singer announces the globe trotting remix package for the song and we’re happy to premiere Leeds, UK based house music producer Laura Jones‘ sensual rework of the track. Here, Laura Jones brings her influence of the UK underground house and techno scene and infuses it into the original song, cutting up Kiesza’s vocals that serve more as background to the syncopated hand claps and repetitive synth work that build throughout the track to become a full blown earworm.

Laura Jones’ remix comes as part of a package featuring additional reworks from Nozinja of South Africa, Toy Selectah of Mexico, Kosmo Kat of Japan and Cassian of Australia that comes together as a truly diverse offering.

Laura Jones’ remix is available now on iTunes and Spotify.As a bonus, listen to Australian producer Cassian’s reworking of the song as well!


Pete Devereux – who you may know from his time in Artful Doger – returns with a new EP under his monkier DEVolution titled Same But Different. Filled with dreamy chord work and captivating vocals by Yeah Boy, the first single “Gio” is a bit less dance floor focused but every bit as lovely as DEVolution’s past work.

Same But Different EP will be released on brand new label imprint, Good Company and “Gio” is available for free download via Soundcloud.