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Saga Africa

Nov 23 2009

“For this first episode of a series of mini-compilations curated by Mental Groove’s most cherished artists, trend defying duo Radioclit pick their favorite youngster producers and let them paint their own picture of Africa. The Fader-favorite Douster, über-productive Frenchy Lazy Flow and Myd deliver a collection of dancefloor anthem and the perfect balance between African funk and heat-inducing house. Radioclit, still burning hot from producing the monumental The Very Best album, add a bomb ass bonus.”

We can’t wait for this to drop, looks set to be amazing.


Nov 18 2009


French production wonder datA is about to unleash a new single, it’s entitled “Electric Fever” (it’s taken from the recently released album “Skywriter”) and will be released on December 7th by Ekler’o’shock. The single comes backed with remixes from Idiotproof, Munk and newcomers Acid Washed. The latter brings us a funky cowbelldriven remix filled to the brink with spacey vintage synths.

datA – Electric Fever (Acid Washed remix) (YSI)

datA – Electric Fever (Acid Washed remix) (zShare)

BONUS 1: A minimix with all the remixes.

BONUS 2: The datA remix of the track “Stupid Bitches” from fellow French Ed Banger hooligans DSL.

DSL – Stupid Bitches (datA remix) (direct link)


Philadelphia duo Pink Skull are long time pals of us here at Discobelle. They’re just released their dancey new album “Endless Bummer” is out on top notch NYC label RVNG. The guys did an exclusive mix for us to promote the album, the “Mink Challenges “mix is in fact a pretty insane amalgamation of their influences – both new and old.

Artwork by Jared From BlackYard

The Swiss duo in Mercury have been on fire lately with numerous remixes and mixes. Here’s another treat from them with some of the finer moments of Chicago house re-edited.

“An old wisdom says: “Knowledge is the foundation of all things. Wisdom is the manifestation of knowledge.” In this spirit we studied the history of House music and, as an exercise and manifestation of what we have learned, re-edited House tracks by Steve “Silk” Hurley (Voices of Life), Cajmere and Ralphi Rosario with the objective of making them sound classic and fresh at the same time. As we feel enthusiastic about the result of our exercise and love the idea of a Chicago House renaissance on contemporary dancefloors we want to share what we call “Chicago’s Finest Re-Edited”.”

Mercury – Chicago’s Finest re-edited (link to Fairtilizer download)

We just received an e-mail from NYC producers/djs Cousin Cole and Pocketknife:

“Our “Tambourine Dream” mix CD has been sold out for a long time now, and Pocketknife and I are hard at work on the sequel. In the mean time, we decided to upload the first one for streaming.”

This folky mix CD was our soundtrack for the better part of this spring and summer so go check it out.

Tracklist after the jump.

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