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Stockholm producer, purveyor of futuristic club tracks and one of the founders of the Staycore label Dinamarca turns the classic Opus III track “It’s A Fine Day” upside down and we get a bassy, slo-mo club track that sounds like it’s influenced by cumbia or tribal guarachero.

Latin trap is most definitely a thing, and you’re going to wish you were in on it sooner. Austin Lebrón is a fine frontrunner for the sub-genre’s peak game right now, test running material for the forthcoming “La Finia De Hoy” compilation with the aptly titled ’73.’ There’s a strange fusion of the genre’s turn up energy and slick sample work here that makes what could be a cop-out attempt at blending genres sound ever so sweet.

Last week NYC based and Miami born producer/dj Jubilee dropped her debut album “After Hours” (via Mixpak) and the album has been a staple here at the Discobelle HQ ever since we received the promo, taking us a on a ride through a glittering and sundrenched Miami and through the grittiness of New York along with all the musical genres defining the scenes in and inbetween the two cities. Jubilee takes us from Miami bass to grime to dancehall to salsa to rave etc. all rolled into one fantastic, sweatsoaked hybrid tropical sound.