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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!

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Friday treat in the form of a Discobelle exclusive premiere!

Fierce Malmö based artist Gnucci is ready to drop her follow up release to last years amazing debut EP “Oh My Goodness”, the equally impressive and freely downloadable “Oh My Remixed Goodness” EP sees some of her friends and family get together for a smashing package of remixes.

The EP starts off with a club smashing, serious bass remix from Stockholm based producers/dj’s Cristian Dinamarca & Bella Boo of the title track before heading into more of a slow burner with the quirky Spoek Mathambo & Black Belt Jones take on “Damena”, the third offering on the is the Youthman produced, summer banger “Goodah” that features an A-list of extremely talented and upcoming vocalists such as Jasmine Solano, Zuzuka Poderosa, Lady Chann and Nadia Nair. The final track is singalong tune “360 Donna” in a remixed shape by Ezzo Fresh who incorporates a booming bass, handclaps and sharp synths.

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We here at Discobelle are proud to present a big and exclusive release for you today.

Since releasing her debut EP “Oh My Goodness!” last year, Gnucci has dropped the Banana in her name but still maintains her unique take on club music and the tropical bass sound, a statement which is cemented by new Youthman produced, sunshine filled banger of a single “Goodah” (taken from the “Oh My Remixed Goodness!” EP which will be released in May as a free download with remixes from Bella Boo, Cristian Dinamarca, Spoek Mathambo, Black Belt Jones and Ezzo Fresh).

The pop sensible track features an impressive line-up of who’s who when it comes to extremely talented and upcoming vocalists such as Jasmine Solano, Zuzuka Poderosa, Lady Chann and Nadia Nair who all help transform the track into a summer sing a long smash.

Also, check out the premiere of the excellent Josef Svanström directed animation video for the track below:

PS. For those of our readers that are in Stockholm on friday April 19th, head over to Debaser Medis for Gnucci´s fantastic Fam A Lam party where her extended family will be tearing the club to shreds. Details can be found after the jump.

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Tonight marks the 1 year anniversary for the premier tropical bass club night in Malmö (nominated by Nöjesguiden for club of the year in 2012), Be Right Bass does their thing at Babel and have steadily been growing since the start. During the past year they’ve attracted acts such as Gnucci, Mash Up International, Linkoban, Spoek Mathambo, Jubilee, Daniel Haaksman, Lilla Namo, Gato Preto etc.

Tonight they’ll be throwing down one epic party with German marauders So Shifty, fabulous Stockholm trio Panik Disco, one of the best dj’s in Malmö Rob Love along with resident dj’s Maja Goffe & Beatable.

Panik Disco are the masterminds behind Klubb Ouch! at Södra Teatern in Stockholm which shares the same style as Be Right Bass but they’ve also starting working alot with mixes, on their own productions and have some very interesting projects coming up with various exciting artists.

Their mix “We Make Tropical Bass Our Bitch” features exclusive shout outs from a whole slew of artists such as Linkoban, Catnapp, Compadre, Elliphant etc. and showcases their partystarting style:

BONUS: A free download from So Shifty, taken from their participation on the “Fresh Meat” release on T&A:

Tracklist for the mix after the jump.

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