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In anticipation of the upcoming hfn music release Sisters & Brothers EP “Third Gathering” curated by Danish/Icelandic tag team Kasper Bjørke and Sexy Lazer who presents tracks of their own aswell as tracks from their friends (hence the name Sisters & Brothers), we here at Discobelle are able to exclusively give you this smashing dj mix from Sexy Lazer that brims with spaced-out and funked up tracks of acid house, house, cosmic disco, techno and electronica.

Tracklist for the mix after the jump:

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Hamburg based imprint Hafendisko recently released their “Nummer Eins EP” serving as the perfect prelude to the 15 track “Nummer Eins LP”, the release features the best tracks from their past, present and future releases.

The EP comes packed with an exclusive track from Copenhagen dark house maestro Unknown along with tracks from Kasper Björke, Snacks and Deo & Z-Man.

We here at Discobelle have teamed up with Hafendisko for a competition where you can win a vinyl copy of the EP along with a Hafendisko t-shirt.

Just answer this simple question: When was Hafendisko launched? E-mail us your answer and your name before April 15th.


Post disco jewel “TNR” was released on August 18th and is the third single taken from Danish producer Kasper Björke’s perfectly executed new album “After Forever”. The single also features Helsinki artist and Beats In Space Records signing Jaakko Eino Kalevi.

We here at Discobelle got our hands on an exclusive premiere of the previously unreleased remix from Swedish disco master Anton Klint (of Tiedye fame), who carves out a glimmering disco take of the track that sways along an almost tribalistic beat and drifting vocals.

Kasper Bjørke ft. Jaakko Eino Kalevi: TNR on Nowness.com

Discobelle premiere of the new All Dom Wrong single “Give Myself Away”, released today on Plant Music.

All Dom Wrong is the new solo project from Discobelle fam and New York based DJ/producer Dominque Keegan, the pulsating track “Give Myself Away” is engulfed in a deep, Balearic/disco/house sounding groove with a soulful vocal offering coming from the one and only Amy Douglas. The track has already received great feedback from DJs such as Tensnake, Aeroplane, Damien Lazarus, John Digweed, X-Press 2, Danny Tenaglia, Shit Robot, M.A.N.D.Y and many more.

On the remix front, Danish producer Kasper Björke pulls no stops with his abstract, minimal discoish remix, Aashton & Swift hands us a subtle remix that shimmers with stumbling beats and the feel of a track destined to be played right as the sun sets. And finally we get an acid thumping remix from Trap Avoid.