Austrian producer Dizzy Womack is part of the Discobelle family and we of course wanted to include this mix in our exclusive mix series.
This mix is a smooth journey and it should be the perfect companion to your summer fun with its steady, stomping and bassfilled club groove. Dizzy manages to pack in his own tracks along with an excellent choice of tracks from the likes of French Fries, MikeQ, DJ Hell, Mosca etc.
French label Moveltraxx are back with the 6th edition of their “Da Movelt Posse” compilations, the compilation is about a melting pot of the best in club music tunes from a large list of the label friends, special guests and extended family such as DJ Tameil, Big Dope P, DJ Earl Feadz, MikeQ, The Eternals, Moony, Jayhood, DJ Tim Dolla, Kozee, EQ Why, Dudley Slang, BF Hoodrich, Mighty Mark & TT The Artist, K Rizz, DJ Fresh, J Heat and DJ Joker.
Early support comes from big players such as Buraka Som Sistema, Nightwave, Treasure Fingers, Crookers, Brenmar, Willy Joy, Ben Mono, Lucid, Wildlife, Flore, Don Rimini, Niki Belucci, Hickup, Rob Threezy and lots more.
We at Discobelle are proud to premiere a free download of the huge techno track “Phantom” from producer Dudley Slang.
Check out snippets of all the tracks from the compilation below.
New Jersey producer MikeQ kindly offers up his blasting ballroom/jersey club bootleg of the latest M.I.A. track “Y.A.L.A.”.
“Wanna Party” is the first single from the Future Brown project which consists of some of the most interesting producers/dj’s to emerge from the US as of late – Fatima Al Qadiri, Nguzunguzu along with J-Cush of Lit City Trax.
“Wanna Party” happens to be one of the best tracks we’ve heard in a minute, straight up fire. A collaboration with Jersey vogue/ballroom champ MikeQ and on it the quartet take on a clattering bass and an atmospheric vibe underlined by a synthline that soars through the background, Chicago rapper Tink gets in and basically raps about a night out and getting fucked up.
“Our two favorite tri-state area DJs Brenmar and MikeQ join forces for the first time to play the New York W Hotels Time Square party. Heavy New Jersey Club mixed with R&B and their signature pop reworks – not to be missed hands-in-the-air house.”