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NYC-based legend Joeski has been at the forefront in his hometown for decades now, on his brand new “Mind Funk” EP which will be released via Dirtybird Records on Friday November 23rd, you can hear just how skilled a producer he is. Joeski is all about building layers of sound fused with drums and rhythms that sit perfectly together.

We here at Discobelle are able to premiere the B-side track “Tha RMX”, which is built on a rolling and steadfast wobbly bass, superbly crisp high hats and hypnotic vocals that together forms an exquisite slab of housed up awesomeness.

New UK based label Strangelove heads out of the gate at breakneck speed March 3rd with their smashing inaugural release “A Little Weird EP” which comes from prolific SF-based producer, Anabatic Records founder, Dirtybird affiliate and Discobelle fam Worthy.

The title track is offered right here as a Discobelle exclusive premiere and it’s an hypnotic, acid bleeped out, bass filled techy monster that will leave clubs in shambles.

Los Angeles producer, Justin Jay, drops his latest single, “Can’t Complain,” on Black Butter Records and he’s brought his friends Josh Taylor and Benny Bridges along for the ride. A burning, moody groove sets the tone for delayed vocals and twangy guitar riffs to flitter upon while the sum of each part equals a surefire, future anthem as we head into the summer months. Be sure to keep your eyes peeled for Justin’s forthcoming album, Fantastic Voyage, out later this year.


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Our old buddies over at SF label Dirtybird just wrapped up their succesful DIRTYBIRDCAMPOUT festival and today we can present you with the latest single release on the label.

Spanish producer Lopezhouse drops his his Dirtybird debut with the huge single “Mude Tod” (a reference to “Der Müde Tod” ie “The Weary Death”, a 1921 silent film directed by Fritz Lang), it’s a dark sounding and driven techno track with hints of a catchy melody polarized by chilling vocals courtesy of Angela.