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London selector Sherelle brings mayhem with her new mix for UK based publication Crack Magazine, she has been at the forefront of a new generation of young British DJs who operate in the realms of footwork, juke, jungle etc. She’s honed her skills over at Reprezent Radio along with of course numerous gigs and mix appearances and made an absolutely smashing Boiler Room session back in February that propelled her to a wider audience.

After a relaxing summer hiatus that included lounging on the beach, BBQ and other summer fun the Discobelle mix series is back, first mix out the gate is from Bordeaux based beat making duo Tuff Wheelz.

The mix was originally made in conjunction with their recent “Constellations EP” release on Arkhive London, it showcases a spaced out housed up sound that also incorporates nods to their love for breakbeat and jungle.

Tracklist after the jump.

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Slick Shoota is the moniker of Oslo based Marius Mevold who is an offical member of Teklife and prominent member of the nightlife scene in Oslo with his hyped club night Ball Em Up, he’s been putting out energetic and fast paced club hybrid music for alot of big labels most notably his releases on Mad Decent drawing inspiration from the juke/footwork scene, jungle etc.

This 37 minute long exclusive mixtape for us here at Discobelle packs a perfect punch to wake you up from this mid-January boredom starting out in chopped up baile funk territory before chopping up something alot more recognizable then quickly gathering speed and turning into one helluva ride.

Milan born but London based producer Butti dropped the track “One” on Scratcha DVA’s imprint DVA Music in March 2014, the track received widespread support and attention.

His new single “You Know What You Deserve” was just released on Lucky Beard Records (free download until February 3rd y’all) and we got the premiere.

“Gratitude” is the vibesfilled, grimed up A-side that incorporates massively seducing synths while taking cues from house, techno and jungle. and has already received support from artists such as Teki Latex and Gilles Peterson. There is a rumour that equally amazing B-side track “Spite”, has been cut on a dubplate by dubstep legend Mala.