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For this week’s Discobelle Mix, we do a little cross-blog action with a specially curated set from Jimbo James, the San Diego based impresario over at Music Is 4 Lovers. As cofounder of the heavily lauded party brand, Lovelife, and current editor-in-chief at Mi4L, James wears a multitude of hats as an industry leader on the West Coast. From booking international headliners such as Claptone or Thugfucker to scheduling assignments for his blog contributors, from hosting events in LA or Tijuana to performing at Playa Del Carmen’s BPM festival…yes, it’s hard to imagine James finding a moments rest.

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Always keeping up on his grind, James’ found the time to bang out this deep and moody mix for our exclusive series. We’re stoked to include him in our catalog of taste-makers and please do keep you eyes peeled for his upcoming live dates and weekly residencies.

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Yes, yes…Discobelle Mix 160 come courtesy of Manchurian disco maestro, Neil Diablo. The head honcho over at To Rack & Ruin and El Diablo’s Social Club, the man is a busy bwoy and we’re super stoked to finally land this exclusive mix from the big guy.

Known for his classically inspired sense of curation, Neil selects a cross section of bizarro-disco, vintage house, balearic oddities and dance floor burners for his mix. Clocking in at just over 90 minutes, this one is sure to get you pumped and primed for the club. Get up!

 

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Another week, another fabulously groovy, Discobelle mix! Clocking in at the #159 spot in our exclusive series, we have Costa Rican disco impresario, Napoleon. As head honcho of the Wonderful Times label, he’s showcased such artists as Luvelss, VinylAddicted, Hotmood, Buzz Compass and Martin Hayes. As a producer, the young latino has scored releases on such illustrious imprints as Kolour LTD, Editorial Records, Editor’s Kutz and Masterworks Music, to name a few.

Napoleon turns in a fantastic mix chalked full of groovy, cosmic sounds… a perfect soundtrack for the changing seasons.

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Dropping in for this weeks installment of the Discobelle mix is Shreveport, Louisiana based producer, Walter Jones. Mr. Jones has been composing music since the late Seventies and has amassed a solid catalog of work spanning multiple decades and genres. His heavily lauded debut on Westbound Music, “All God’s Children,” cemented his place in modern dance circles and subsequent outings for Permanent Vacation, Supersoul and DFA only went on to expand his audience.

We’re super stoked to present this new mixtape from the man… an impressive, 80 minute foray into deep and groovy sounds, mixed live and offered to you here. Stay up and keep your eyes peeled for his upcoming 12″ ep on the Whiskey Pickle label.

Pre-order Here.

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Danny Worrall, aka 80’s Child, head honcho at the renowned, Masterworks Music, drops in for the latest in our exclusive mix series with vol. 147. Having positioned himself on one of the upper most echelons of the global, disco edit scene over the last several years, it was only natural for the formation of his own label to occur. Under the Masterworks banner, Mr. Worrall has hosted the likes of Dr. Packer, Pontchartrain, Closed Paradise, Ziggy Phunk and many more.

Expect heavy doses of funk, soul, disco and deep vibes throughout this hour long mix… DIG IT!

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Yes Yes! Fresh off a mental ADE week in Amsterdam, the boys of M.ono & Luvless bless us with our latest installment of the Discobelle Mix. These lads are founding members of the renowned, Rose Records crew and have contributed releases to a grip of our favorite labels like Heist Recordings, Sleazy Beats Black Ops, Kolour LTD and Diggin’ Disco Deep to name a few. Recently, Rose Records celebrated it’s 5 year anniversary and it’s 10th release with a V.A. compilation featuring the likes of Rhodes & Brown, Martin Hayes (another Rose alum) and M.ono & Luvless themselves. Strap in for some lovely tunes and upfront previews in their mix below…enjoy!

 

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Dicky Trisco, the inimitable, globe-trotting disco-jock and head honcho (alongside the legendary Pete Herbert) at such luminous labels as Disco Deviance, Secret Squirrel, Special Edition, and File Under Disco is on deck for our latest installment of the Discobelle Mix. His insatiable touring schedule and world class productions have made him a legend in his own right and we’re grateful that he was able to squeeze us into his busy calendar.

The boogie is thick on this one as Mr. Trisco laces us with almost 2 hours of pure, funk power. Dig in and let the man provide a soundtrack that is sure to carry you through your hump-day and all the way into the weekend.

 

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Hotmood drops in for the latest installment of our exclusive mix series to lay down the funk vibes with a heavy dose of his signature sounds. Hotmood caught a lot of attention with his debut 12″ for the Chicago imprint, Tugboat Edits, just earlier this year and we just couldn’t resist inviting him to do a mix for us. Low-slung and sample-heavy is what you’ll get when to tap into Hotmood… his skills in the studio are matched only by his skills behind the decks as this mix clearly displays. Dig in!

 

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