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slick-shoota

Slick Shoota is the moniker of Oslo based Marius Mevold who is an offical member of Teklife and prominent member of the nightlife scene in Oslo with his hyped club night Ball Em Up, he’s been putting out energetic and fast paced club hybrid music for alot of big labels most notably his releases on Mad Decent drawing inspiration from the juke/footwork scene, jungle etc.

This 37 minute long exclusive mixtape for us here at Discobelle packs a perfect punch to wake you up from this mid-January boredom starting out in chopped up baile funk territory before chopping up something alot more recognizable then quickly gathering speed and turning into one helluva ride.

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UK-based Trutopia put together the perfect mix for the winter season and we’ve got the premiere for it today. Consisting of two brothers and a sister, the Trutopia trio have quickly become one of the most talked about new dance acts in the UK and gathering support from key taste makers online, on radio. This is what they had to say regarding the mix: “Finding our way in to the new year we thought we’d drop a bag of tunes that compliment an early January morning. Recorded live from our deck looking at the frosty, sea views in our hometown…” Enjoy!

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Los Angeles based rapper/dj/producer/artist Chippy Nonstop drops the first Discobelle mix of 2017 and this is half an hour of non-stop, frantic party fun with bassfilled and sweatinducing tracks ranging from dance, reggaeton, grime to future club.

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We were surprised to learn that Philadelphia based producer/dj and Deluxxx/Mad Decent affiliate Dirty South Joe actually never done a mix for us here at Discobelle even though he’s been featured numerous times. We decided that we needed to amend that ASAP thus here’s his offering to the Discobelle mix series, the last mix of 2016 and it goes hard with a rundown of alot of amazing rap tracks and this will you have your New Year’s Eve party turn lit in no time.

Tracklist after the jump.

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bawrut

Bawrut is an old friend of ours here at Discobelle, an Italian born producer/dj that nowadays calls Madrid home, a city where he’s started up his own label Silencio (which has already garnered attention of house music aficionados worldwide with a series of strong releases).

This exclusive mix for us here at Discobelle is a full on acidic/Chicago house assault filled with a spectacular groove and some serious tribal elements which will most likely have you forget all about Christmas and instead go search for a club where you can dance til you can’t stand up anymore.

PS. Bawrut’s new EP ” Rumba” was premiered by Boiler Room about two months ago and will be out on Ransom Note Rec end of January 2017. All the 3 tracks are included in the mixtape, check out the title track below.

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Berlin based producer/dj Nhan Solo (who also spearheads prominent label Mother Recordings) got some Scandinavian hype going with a mix offering dropping both over at our extended fam in HMWL and with us here at Discobelle during the same week.

This mix of only Mother Recordings tracks is the perfect beacon of warm sounding and soulful house to make us last through what seems like an everlasting period of of darkness, 1 hour of vibesfilled tunes in a flawless and superbly solid flow.

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Leon Else is a new name on my radar this week. The British-born musician and trained dancer put out a groovy single called “Dance” in order to reflect how music can be a form of therapy and I can’t quite tell if I like the song or the video better – they’re both incredible. When asked about “Dance,” Else had this to say: “The song is about dancing as a way to make depression go away,” says Else of the new track. “It is about how music can be like medicine and finding ways to get through life by yourself. For me, that’s moving and being physical.” 

Grab your copy on Spotify and check out the video + stream below.

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Jorge Cruz of Trax Records/Weare18 fame drops a mixtape of all out cumbia and this is our go to mix for a depressing Monday morning.

“I was supposed to be in el DF but instead I decided to move to L.A. I can’t help but to yearn for those nights out, getting off to go to Amberes to that little club in the afternoon.

I miss dancing with a crowd. I miss those afternoons. I miss dancing on the streets while my grandma sat and watched.

For now this little slice will have to suffice. It’s not the same. Pero — ahi vamos.”