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Aus Music has long-since established itself as a go-to label for quality House output, however, with their latest release from stalwarts, Hawkes & Blake, everyone has outdone themselves. Two irresistibly feel-good tunes comprise the “Love Precipitation EP” which sees the pair of producers channeling their best, Chicago-hey-day powers and yielding fantastic results. “Flip A Coin” kicks things off with it’s bouncy, 909 flavored drum kit and relentless, stabbing chords… watch out for the lovely piano flourishes tho! On the flip, “Love Precipitation” steals the show with it’s boisterous bass line and shuffling laments.

Out today, Buy Here.


The year’s most exciting production outfit, 909 Til Infinity, comprised of Denver’s Option4 and Los Angeles based, MANIK, are the next to step up for our exclusive mix series. The combination of MANIK’s heady, New York-warehouse vibes match perfectly with Option4’s west-coast flavors and low-end tendencies. This duo have been on a rampage as of late with exquisite outings on the Treasure Fingers’ helmed imprint, Psycho Disco. The B-Side to their sophomore release for the label, “Do That” premieres tomorrow via Dancing Astronaut (keep dem peeper’s peeled) and the remainder of 2016 see’s the lads sequestered in their studio with additional releases on the docket including tunes for NYC’s hallowed, Nurvous Records.

Keep yo booty out the seat, 909 Til Infinity is about to turn up the HEAT!

Pre-order “Don’t Clock Me b/w Do That”.


Siren is Darshan Jesrani (Metro Area, Startree) and Dennis Kane (Disques Sinthomme, Ghost Town). Siren began recording in earnest during the winter of 2013, but has beginnings which date farther back, to their mutual residencies at NYC’s storied night-spot APT, and to the parties they produced together in APT’s wake. The duo have recently had mixtape excursions on Tim Sweeny’s, Beats In Space, plus a mix for their home base, Compost Records, which also released a pair of singles that included remixes from Faze Action and Ray Mang.

We’re very excited to add Siren to our arsenal of mix artists, please enjoy their breezy and funk-laden grooves, mixed live, on two turntables.

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The debut album from Life on Planets ‘Curious Palace’ was released last June, and was soon after regarded by DJ Magazine as “perhaps the most interesting project to drop to date through New York music community Wolf + Lamb.” In the midst of a world tour, the duo found the time to release a follow up, arriving in the form of their second album called ‘Assemblage Points.’ The full length is now available on iTunes and other retailers.

Although often content in the background, the DJ/Producer behind Life on Planets (Patrick) has been touring as a DJ for the better part of two decades, releasing his productions on more than 50 different labels with a variety of monikers. In this exclusive mix for Discobelle, the artist steps out from the shadows to take you on an eclectic journey with a slow burning after-hours set.

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Option4 takes a trip down under with his “Activate” release on Sweat It Out’s club-friendly little brother, Club Sweat. Here, we premiere “DOAUK,” an acronym for “Death Of An Underground King…” and an homage to the subterranean beats and flavors that have now found their way into the manipulative hands of the mainstream. Ominous melodies punctuate the shuffling rhythm and brooding bass drones while some uplifting pads appear for a brief glimmer before extinguishing into the ethers.

Available soon via Club Sweat and later this year on the forthcoming Kitsune` compilation.

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Munich based production outfit, COEO, make sinewy house music that is fresh and exciting with a strong nod to vintage style and flair. Their forthcoming EP, “Back In The Days” is due out at the end of the month on Toy Tonics and features heavy influences of disco and tribal rhythms. Here, we premiere “Native Riddim,” a bottom-heavy, piano driven burner that is sure to ignite any dance floor with it’s filtered riffs and playful bounce.


Buy the 12″ HERE.

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Dutch wonder-duo, FOUK, comprised of producers Hans Peeman (aka Junktion) and Daniel Leseman kick of 2016 right with their latest EP, “Gruff,” on House Of Disco Records. Here, we have the premiere of the title tracks remix treatment from Crazy P’s, Ron Basejam. Twisting the original’s low-slung, funk grooves into a tense, deep-acid work out, Basejam’s beefed up version really brings this cut straight to the dance floor. Keep you eyes peeled for a lovely, vinyl package that includes remixes from Snacks plus three original tracks from the FOUK lads.

Buy the 12″ HERE