Last week NYC based and Miami born producer/dj Jubilee dropped her debut album “After Hours” (via Mixpak) and the album has been a staple here at the Discobelle HQ ever since we received the promo, taking us a on a ride through a glittering and sundrenched Miami and through the grittiness of New York along with all the musical genres defining the scenes in and inbetween the two cities. Jubilee takes us from Miami bass to grime to dancehall to salsa to rave etc. all rolled into one fantastic, sweatsoaked hybrid tropical sound.
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:
Tracklist for the mix after the jump.
Discobelle exclusive premiere of a track by Brazilian mc Zuzuka Poderosa who transforms baile funk into something she refers to as “carioca bass”. Her EP with the same name – “Carioca Bass” – drops today on Los Angeles label Little Owl Recordings.
The EP features two original tracks of pure unaldurated bassy fun, “Psicodelia” and “Seda” that were both produced by Bay Area producer Kush Arora and it also features no less than six smashing remixes from the likes of Rio-via-Canada producer EL Negro Mozambique, Miami’s very own Jubilee & Burt Fox, San Antonio producer Sonora, Chicago juke/footwork/juke phenomena Chrissy Murderbot, Vancouver based HxdB and also Malaysian newcomer CEE.
This frenetic and raw remix from Brooklyn/Miami based producers Jubilee and Burt Fox goes hard with that classic Miami Bass sound to really make you shake your booty.
We here at Discobelle are getting ready for the weekend and there’s no better way than with this new mix that our man Sam Tiba did for the one and only Jubilee and her Fireworks radio show on Brooklyn Radio. If you start a mix with Jeremih than you can’t go wrong.
Tracklist after the jump.