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After conquering London with the House Of Trax club nights and starting up Trax Couture, London based dj/producer and purveyor of all things juke, footwork, ballroom, vogue, ghetto tech and other fast paced club genres Rushmore has translated the sweaty club nights with blistering releases on Hot Haus (an offshoot of the DJ Haus label Unknown To The Unknown).

His exclusive mix for us here at Discobelle literally starts off with a boom and then doesn’t let go with a raw and exquisite blend of bass filled club music.


Sydney, Australia’s Kilter is back after a three year hiatus with a new single “Coward.” Elevated synths and frenetic percussion evoke a tropical feel. The tempo of the track seems to undulate with the intensity of the instrumentation, making for a quite a rollercoaster of a track. Ngaiire’s vocals leave something to be desired, but overall “Coward” is an amazing comeback from Kilter.

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My fellow Asian sensation and New York native Total Fitness is back with a second EP following his debut “Fingerbox” earlier this year. On the three-track “Halls of Eden” EP, Total Fitness again imbues us with ominous and dark late night tracks that is sure to please techno lovers.

The A Side, “Halls of Eden,” is brimming with intricate percussion and Total Fitness’ signature swirling synths. B Side “Moments Us” is a slow building track with a dark bassline and pulsating 808 while “Eden At Night” closes the EP with its ambient composition. Grab the “Halls of Eden” EP out today via Safer At Night.


Our Canadian friends in amazing and hard hitting Toronto based duo Thugli put together this remix for Brooklyn alternative pop outfit Little Daylight and their single “My Life” which in the hands of Thugli is redefined from an innocent pop jewel into a club ready anthem complete with a stuttering bass and epic piano breaks.

“We had a lot of fun working on this remix for Little Daylight. It was refreshing working on a song with a different feel than we’re used to and it was exciting for us to redefine our boundaries as producers. We’re very happy with the results and hope everyone enjoys it!”


Brooklyn Radio this month brings us a very eclectic mix from The Rub. What began in the summer of 2002 as a party where Brooklynites with good taste in music could come together, The Rub has now turned into more than a party and has started a legendary mix series known as Rub Radio. Featuring everything from hip-hop, classic disco, funk and soul, this November 2014 mix has a little bit of something for everyone.

Rub Radio (November 2014) by Brooklyn Radio on Mixcloud

Tracklist after the jump.

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