Bawrut is an old friend of ours here at Discobelle, an Italian born producer/dj that nowadays calls Madrid home, a city where he’s started up his own label Silencio (which has already garnered attention of house music aficionados worldwide with a series of strong releases).
This exclusive mix for us here at Discobelle is a full on acidic/Chicago house assault filled with a spectacular groove and some serious tribal elements which will most likely have you forget all about Christmas and instead go search for a club where you can dance til you can’t stand up anymore.
PS. Bawrut’s new EP ” Rumba” was premiered by Boiler Room about two months ago and will be out on Ransom Note Rec end of January 2017. All the 3 tracks are included in the mixtape, check out the title track below.
Straight up fire!
Danish artist MØ teams up with Nike and Boiler Room for this mix that you should listen to on your next run.
“Discover my Infinite Run Boiler Room mix, made for those epic runs when you can’t stop, won’t stop.”
Mix of italo-disco awesomeness courtesy of NYC based legend Jacques Renault, done for the Boiler Room x FIAT party in NYC that takes place tonight.
“Going through my records to prepare for this Italo-inspired mix was a trip down memory lane; I loved it. I thought it would help if I narrowed my options of what to include by picking out records that I bought in various NYC record stores before the Discogs days. If that wasn’t enough, I cranked it to eleven and selected only Italian pressings, with the exception of my U.S. copy of “Feel the Drive”. I’m sure any Italo enthusiast will know all of these tunes, so the point wasn’t to wow you with how desirable the tracks are but rather give you a snapshot of what Italo I did find in the early 2000s that still means something to me today.”
Branko bringing the heat!
“Oh shit, it’s the big bad Branko from the big bad Buraka. Sound the horns!”