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Hamburg-based Jeudi Records have reached their 28th release and it comes in the form of the February 17th offering of the “Safe Word EP” by Tel Aviv/Berlin based producer Chaim who is perhaps best known for his works with BPitch control and his collaborations with Guy Gerber. On the EP we get the perfect examples of his dubbed out and organic Chicago house sound.

We here at Discobelle are glad to offer our readers the premiere of the Deniz Kurtel remix of the title track and she turns up the darkness and trippiness of the original to maximum levels.

Part of the Hamburg based Jeudi Records family, Doctor Dru has been cooking up a storm on dancefloors across the world with his melancholic yet highly danceable house music.

His latest release is “The Grain EP” which drops June 1st and we here at Discobelle can give you the exclusive premiere of the B-side track “The Pattern”. A track that hypnotizes the listener with a moody and funky synthline that stands against subtle horns incorporated with a steady, pulsating deep house beat.

The good folks at The House Of Disco have landed with their third, collaborative compilation. Teaming up with Hamburg based imprint, Jeudi Records, the cheekily titled, ‘The House of Jeudi,’ is a tightly curated, diverse selection of tunes featuring the likes of HNNY, ENNIO, LeSale, Toomy Disco, James Silk and Monitor 66 plus a host of impressive, fresh faces.

Previous co-releases sought the involvement of quality outlets such as Kolour Recordings (The House Of Kolour) and Dikso Records (The House Of Dikso) and, obviously, these outings where far more ‘disco’ in their aural offerings. But this collab with Jeudi Records is decidedly more ‘House,’ as demonstrated by the shuffling, garage-inspired ‘Woe & Flutter’ from James Silk & Lee M Kelsall, to the spastic chord stabs of Roberto Rodriguez‘, ‘North Step.’ ‘Oma Doris’ injects some sampled soul, courtesy of HNNY, while Toomy Disco steals the show with the chunky, warehouse vibes of ‘What You Hear.’

Forthcoming, October 6th.

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Hamburg based house producer/dj Doctor Dru is one of favorite producers with a remarkable track record of original tracks and remixes that nestles their way into your brain but also to the dancefloor, his latest mix done in Bogotá when on tour is pure deep house bliss.

“I did this mix in my hotelroom after a long walk through the streets of Bogotá. Bogotá has a very unique atmosphere. It’s one of the highest situated capitals in the world. I was wandering through the streets with my headphones on feeling dizzy from the height grasping for some oxygene surrounded by the loud pumping streetlife of the city.”