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Kindness drops a mix that’s filled with vibes ranging from Björk, via Jay Rock, Kelela and an unreleased edit of Jam City to Joey Bada$$ etc.

“It’s most of my favorite records from 2015 so far. It’s not been a great year for life, but it’s been a pretty good year for music. I’m also headed to Tokyo to play a few different nights, and I wanted folks out there to have an idea of what to expect. The title of the mix is a Japanese term which could mean both “Nice to meet you” and yet also “Please give me the benefit of the doubt.”

(Via The Fader)


The New Sins is Lou Hayter (formerly of the New Young Pony Club) who has recently collaborated with the likes of Villa, Franz Ferdinand, Kaiser Chiefs and her amazing, new single “Lights Down” is out now on Defected Records.

Her new “August Mix” just dropped and we here at Discobelle got the premiere, expect 40 minutes of funky house/disco laden greatness.


Amsterdam based producer/dj/composer SIROJ is a man with a serious work ethic, when he is not dj’ing at various residencies around the city he’s busy producing not just his own tracks but also tracks for various other artists most notably for some of the best selling rappers in The Netherlands. His original sound is named “slop” (coming from “sloppy house”) and contains elements of hip and house.

This exclusive and vibesfilled mix for us here at Discobelle shimmers with futuristic and bassfilled r’n’b sounds and takes us on a ride that should light up the summer.

Tracklist after the jump.

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The final edition of our mix series collaboration with Swedish festival Into The Valley comes from the dynamic duo known as Haidl & Lindström hailing from Stockholm and Copenhagen/Malmö who have been taking dancefloors all over Scandinavia on thrillful rides during the last couple of years.

Their exclusive mix for us draws on inspiration from the newest of new tracks and from old crushes alike, aural pleasure on a drum driven and organic sounding house/techno tip which is perfectly suited as a warm up to the Into The Valley festival itself.

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The fourth artist to release a mix in the Into the Valley x Discobelle collaboration mix series is the Argentinian dj Momo Trosman. Momo released his debut EP earlier this year and has spent the last couple of months playing in Berlin. His true inspirations are Ricardo Villalobos, Sonja Moonear and Raresh and he let us know that he just can’t wait to see them at Into the Valley.

This exclusive mix is perfect to warm up to and listen to on your way to the festival. Momo says he’s inspired by a lot of things around him all the time and this mix is filled with tracks that he finds super interesting in a conceptual way.

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The latest installment in our exclusive mix series comes from mysterious project Usio who just released the absolutely stellar “Kuwo Jasiri” EP on the Studio Barnhus imprint.

Their mix for us here at Discobelle is basically a perfect 90 minutes of warm, funked up disco/house sounds that we guarantee will make you dance and trip out whether it’s in your car or your cubicle or your pool party.

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Our collaboration with the Into The Valley festival continues, this time we can present a mix from Stockholm based dj Clea Herlöfsson. With her on-point selection of tunes, she has continuously brightened up Stockholm clubs such as Under Bron, Marie Laveau, Berns and Gothenburg’s Yaki-Da.

This exclusive mix sort of has an ambivalence to it. ”I was in a melancholic mood when I made it because the sky was so grey, and you might hear that in the beginning. Then the mix turns blatant, but in a good way”, Clea describes. The intense and sharp sounds are suitable for both a warehouse rave, as well as a sunrise view from a grassy knoll. One thing’s for sure, it never gets boring! Enjoy!