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Young Thug drops the follow up to his “Slime Season” mixtape, here’s “Slime Season 2″ – 22 tracks that features guest appearances and production from the likes of Rich Homie Quan, Birdman, Metro Boomin etc.


The tag team known as In Flagranti (Alex Gloor and Sasha Crnobrnja) have been honing their skills for over a decade now with a focus on the sounds of eclectic and mind bending cosmic disco.

They just finished a dope remix for Londoner Kiwi and his “Animals Remixes EP” which will drop November 9th via Duke Dumont label Blasé Boys Club.

The duo celebrates the release with this superb mixtape that we here at Discobelle can offer exclusively. The mixtape is one of hour of funked up and spaced out disco that will get you moving in no time.


Melbourne based artist Allday (AKA Lil Chubbs) just released a chilled new mixtape via NYLON, riding high on Yung Lean vibes paired off with influences from the likes of Chance The Rapper. Perfect summer mixtape.

Also, Allday briefed us on some of his favorite tracks right now.

Jamie XX – Loud Places

This song is just rad and full of feels. “You’re on ecstacy without me, when you come down, I won’t be around.” Damn.

OB O’Brien – Schemin Up Ft. Drake & P Reign

If i was a professional boxer or something I would walk out into the ring with this song playing, it makes me feel badass (I am badass, so it makes me feel like me).

Mac DeMarco – Another One

This is fucking rad. Mac DeMarco is cool.

Darwin Deez – Kill Your Attitude

I like Darwin Deez a lot, like a lot. I’m still not sure if it’s one dude or a band? But this new Darwin Deez song kind of goes back to the fun sound of their older stuff.

Bully – Trying

This song just came up on Spotify and I think it’s rad. The singer’s voice is sweet but also gritty. She sounds a bit like Gwen Stefani.


The guys at Bromance have seriously been upping their game lately, and it’s not just in their epic music videos. Club Cheval is due to release their debut album, and they’ve been teasing us via mixes all summer. First with Annie Nightingale and now through the label’s soundcloud, the boys are showing us that they’ve got something they want us to hear.

The always genius Madlib has come back with a mixtape for all of us to listen to this week. While we at Discobelle thought that we may have missed the chance when we didn’t get to check out the Rappcats show in Los Angeles, where he released 30 copies of this mixtape with hand-drawn art, we’ve been saved by getting it digitally (still not quite as good, but livable).

The mixtape is beautifully eccentric and all-out what makes Madlib so great. Listen to it below!

Mind Fusion: African Earwax by Madlib on Mixcloud