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Toronto based multimedia artist/dj/producer Kyle Yip runs Savvy Records but is perhaps best known under his alias Discrete. In the past he’s been nominated for a Juno Award, put out releases on labels such as Defected Records and Get Physical as well as being praised by the likes of DJ Sneak, Mark E, Mousse T, and Pezzner.

His recent single “Tell Me” (released via Chilean Patagonia Label) is a house stomper that features punchy synth work that floats on top of a steadfast beat and hypnotic, looped vocals.

2020 marks a decade of collaboration between Nottingham’s very own Chris Sylvester – perhaps better known as Inxec and Los Angeles based production/dj trio (also Culprit label bosses) – Droog. The successful creative relationship started back in 2010, at the infamous after-hours den & studio space, The Bunker and that very first session produced much of what still remains this collaboration’s signature release – the “Westbound” EP that was released on much-acclaimed label Crosstown Rebels. Over the past decade, stops have been made on labels such as Get Physical, Last Night on Earth, Supernature, My Favorite Robot, No. 19 and others as the quartet convened and reconvened for intense exchange of ideas, usually in Los Angeles and always shoulder-to-shoulder.

Now we get Inxec & Droog’s second release on Culprit, coming hot on the heels of last year’s release “Din.” The new single “Crenshaw” continues to explore the emotive soundscapes of the deeper strains of techno and house.

The B-side title track “Crenshaw” is on offer as a premiere right here on Discobelle – the 10-minute long track is named after the landmark boulevard traversing Los Angeles – and on it, we find a sound that manages to incorporate a subtle symphonic touch to the grooved out and highly hypnotizing track.

Frankfurt based producer/dj Basti Grub has previously released his music on imprints such as Kling Klong, Kittball, Moan, Cocoon and Get Physical, his new “I Only like You” EP for Spanish label This And That (helmed by Italian born Davide Squillace) drops this Friday January 27th.

We’re premiering the B-side track “Stand Up” which is an eerily sounding and totally hypnotizing quirky house affair.

Gothenburg born and raised but now residing in Berlin, Nibc is an good friend of ours here at Discobelle and we’ve featured him on the site a bunch of times. He’s one of the main house producers/dj’s coming from Sweden and he has been churning out a name for himself within the international dance music scene aswell with his own work but also with his label Trunkfunk.

The track “The Bridge” that we’re premiering from Nibc today is part of the Get Physical compilation “Full Body Workout Vol. 18” which drops on Friday May 6th, Jonas Rathsman dropped the track in his latest “Elements” mix and it’s already garnered alot of well deserved attention. It’s a frolicking house tune with a hypnotising groove and delicious pads which we are predicting will be one of the tracks to rule dancefloors and festivals alike this summer.

Gothenburg raised producer/dj and owner of Trunkfunk RecordsNibc – is now based in Berlin from where he continues to spread the gospel of deep, dark sounding house with a steady output of successful tracks and remixes that all carry his underground touch.

We’re very proud that he wanted to do a mix for the Discobelle mix series and boy did he step up with this one, an amazing mix that’s soulful and fun and also the perfect companion for these indian summer days. He also threw in a couple of exclusives: 2 unreleased remixes for Get Physical & HK Records + a preview of the upcoming Trunkfunk release “Love Lesson” which will be released later this autumn.

Discobelle Mix 047: Nibc by Discobelle on Mixcloud

Berlin based producer, Snax is guilty of two things: 1) having a reputation as one sleazily talented multi-instrumentalist and singer 2) for providing the latest installment of our exclusive mix series.

Though recently reclusive, the Get Physical alum has shed his hermit’s hole and come out of hiding with a brand new bag of tricks. His mix offering is a sultry combination of funky grooves, disco edits and subterranean house joints, get familiar.