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The only mixtape that you need in 2020 comes from Parisian dj and one-man club destroyer Teki Latex AKA The King of Blends and Tokyo based video game music historian Nick Dwyer AKA Diggin’ In The Carts who have joined forces to bring you “TEKI AND NICK’S MIXTAPE QUEST ADVENTURE” (???????U??????????????), 73 tracks and almost 80 min long this is a unique blend of golden era age video game soundtracks, hip hop acapellas and bass-heavy dance music, with mixtape exclusives from some of underground music’s finest such as Kode 9, Ikonika, Mumdance, Foodman, Jammz and ShiShi Yamazaki.

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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London selector Sherelle brings mayhem with her new mix for UK based publication Crack Magazine, she has been at the forefront of a new generation of young British DJs who operate in the realms of footwork, juke, jungle etc. She’s honed her skills over at Reprezent Radio along with of course numerous gigs and mix appearances and made an absolutely smashing Boiler Room session back in February that propelled her to a wider audience.

Parisian powerhouse Teki Latex with THE essential summer mix.

“With this summer mix I tried to bring back memories of amusement parks on the French riviera. The rush of experiencing your first summer love, thinking that everything is possible as you and your friends ride bumper cars into the night.

This mix is the spiritual successor to 2017’s Marina Baie des Anges
Influenced by many things such as playing dark disco temple La Dame Noir in Marseille, playing that infamous Jacquemus aftershow in the middle of the lavender fields in the south of France, my recent back to back with La Mverte on Rinse France, and most importantly finding out about Big Time Tommie and DJ Vinnie Dice’s latin freestyle-fueled instagram antics and reflecting on Hi-NRG and Freestyle’s common origins in Italo (you know the kind of musical connections I constantly obsess over).
Hope you dig!”