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Our latest installment of Discobelle curated goodness comes from a Londoner know simply as Kiwi. Bursting on to the scene in 2013 with a string of releases for heavily lauded imprints such as Needwant and Kitsune plus racking up residencies at the Nest and XOYO, Kiwi (given name, Alex Warren) has quickly established himself as one to watch.

Recently signed to the Duke Dumont helmed label, Blaise’ Boys Club, and currently neck deep in his European tour, we at Discobelle are super stoked Mr. Warren found the time to provide us with this eclectic weekend soundtrack. Dig in!

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1 Frankenstein – The Edgar Winter Group
2 Olson (Midland Edit) – Boards of Canada
3 Unamed – Kiwi
4 Bogota (Kiwi Remix) – Club Bizarre
5 Jackie – FX MCHN
6 Half Open – Ghost Culture
7 Oooooooh (Kiwi DJ Tool) – Kiwi
8 3two5 (Kiwi Remix) – Bonar Bradbury
9 Na’am – Ashworth & Kiwi
10 O Ye – Eddie C
11 Live Jazz drumming
12 Anikana O – Kongas
13 A Place Called Tarot – Tantra

Glasgow producer/dj Nightwave is the latest in line with an exclusive mix for us in Discobelle, celebrating her booming new single “Hit It” (that features DJ Deeon) she takes us on a thrilling bassfilled ride of bootyshaking, partyinducing and general debauchery with a mix that features some serious tracks from the likes of Rod Lee, DJ Funk, Machinedrum, Ruff Sqwad, DJ Paypal, Danny Brown etc. Get ready!

Sandra Mosh hails from our hometown of Malmö and she’s already established as one of Sweden’s most popular DJs, much thanks to her shows focusing on electronic dance music on Swedish national radio but also her prolific and always excellent dj sets. Sandra has now also started producing, with several remixes already under her belt and an EP with original works coming soon.

We’re extremely pleased to present you with this exclusive mix from Sandra Mosh that contains alot of classic ghetto house tracks along with the premiere for her upcoming remix of the new single “Work” from Swedish club queen Gnucci!

Yes, yes! Pleased to unload the latest installment in our exclusive mix series, this one provided by our good pal over at The House Of Disco, the one and only, Magnier! Clocking in at just over an hour, Magnier jams this mix tight with all manner of retro-futuristic goodness, slick basslines and even appearances from MJ and Grace Jones!

If you’ve never had the chance to make it over to The House Of Disco, please do, it’s fab! You can also stay up with them on Facebook, Soundcloud and buy their fantastic releases here on Beatport.

No track-listing on this one kiddies, but feel free to ask the Mag-Man himself in the timeline comments for ID’s as he’d be more than happy to oblige!

Let’s take it HIGHER!

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Lastly, if you live south of the Equator, Magnier and Satin Jackets will be embarking on a South American tour starting in February, stay tuned for dates and more info!
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Robert Lux, the Brooklynite producer, songwriter and performer tapped us lucky folks at Discobelle to premiere this sparkling new cover version of the classic Yazoo tune. As one of my absolute favorite jams of all time (the Joey Negro version is a staple in my sets), “Move Out” gets a super modern update with a slinkier tempo, fresh vocals from Pegasus Warning and a collection of ripping synths that are sure to move the feet on any dance-floor.

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London-based French producer Danton Eeprom has a new album “If Looks Could Kill” out in February on InFine but before that, he’s sharing a few remixes of the lead single which we’re happy to premiere one of today. The original track sees Danton take his techno/electronica sounds and head further into leftfield pop territory while Birkii provides the vocals. Check out the Man Power remix below.

There’s no denying that Vancouver’s Pat Lok is on the rise. I first came across his music via his 2011 “No Shame” release and ever since then I’ve been keeping a close eye on him. What started off as nu-disco has evolved over the past three years into a more refined disco house sound that’s reminiscent of Disclosure, which I think we can all get on board with. Today we’re happy to share an exclusive mix Pat’s put together for us, including some upcoming new original tracks and some tunes Pat has recently had on heavy rotation. Test this mix out and download for continued enjoyment.

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2. Mereki – Blue Lake (WMNSTUDIES Remix)
3. Joshua Collins – To The End (Cyclist Remix)
4. Pat Lok – Untitled (demo)
5. Pat Lok ft. Bear Mountain – Same Hearts (Oxford Remix)
6. Haim – Forever (TCTS Remix)
7. Ganzfeld Effect – Loving
8. Simion – Dont You
9. Pat Lok – Untitled (demo)
10. Ruckus Roboticus ft. Lady Tigra – Come Alive (Kalexi Remix)
11. Eric Sharp – Time Drips (SIMONE Remix)
12. Way Back ft. Emma – Hey You
13. Gorgon City ft. MNEK – Ready For Your Love
14. Rook Milo – Bleached
15. Hekkla – Headstrong
16. Boston Bun – Work That MF / Bodyheat (Steve Poindexter tribute)
17. Elizabeth Rose – The Good Life (Emoh Remix)