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Morgan Hislop is a London-based multimedia artist, designer and music producer/DJ that has worked for a range of clients, including LAD Bible, Topman, EMI Music, Big Dada, Innovative Leisure, Nest HQ, Man Up Girl and had work showcased on Dazed, Clash, Noisey, Dummy and MTV, as well as exhibited internationally.

Following from a number of years playing drums for UK producer Tropics and organising club events, Morgan has broken away with his own electronic solo project in the last couple of years.
Morgan released his debut EP entitled “Smitten” at the end of 2015, followed by a double A-Side single in Spring 2017 on US label DESKPOP. Morgan also is a regular DJ for underground pop label Limited Health, with a fortnightly show on Radar Radio in London and is about to make his Moveltraxx debut with “Pecadilloes & Falsehoods” part of the upcoming “Street Bangers Factory 7” compilation (which is released tomorrow Friday May 19th) alongside club music mainstays Nadus, Big Dope P & TT The Artist.

We here at Discobelle got the hook up for the premiere of the track “Peccadilloes & Falsehoods” which is a synth-infused, sped up vocals, feel good stomper of a club track.

One day until the weekend but we’re off to a headstart here at the Discobelle office, all thanks to Ralph LTF and ROBN from the Wifey LDN collective and their bassline mix for Dummy.

“…this is an enthralling, niche mix, expertly veering between old and new sounds, melding heavy basslines and hip-hop futurism. It also includes a bunch of unreleased material from Semtek, Palace, Beneath, Hagan, Samrai, Cc, a cut from Spatial on ROBN’s Niche ‘N Bump, and a slice of production from Ralph LTF himself, forthcoming on DJ Haus’ Unknown To The Unknown label.”

BONUS: A brilliant Jeremih edit done by London producer Traxmatik.

Tracklist after the jump.

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A bit weary from last nights Smuts party at Babel where Solo flexed his skills and made the Malmö crowd dance like there was no tomorrow.

Anyway, just yesterday we gave you the Harvard Bass remix of new single “Set Me Free” from Brooklyn bass guru Drop The Lime and today we’e able to hand you the remix from the Zombie Disco Squad boys. Whilst the original is a big room monster complete with house diva vocals from new talent Carrie Wilds (she’ll also be featured on the Crookers record), the Zombies turn it down a notch for more of that funky techhousey sound.

Drop The Lime – Set Me Free (Zombie Disco Squad remix) (YSI)

Drop The Lime – Set Me Free (Zombie Disco Squad remix) (zShare)

BONUS: Luca just did a rockabilly mix for premier UK magazine Dummy.

Dummy Mix 15: Drop The Lime