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UK duo, Purple Velvet drop in for a lovely outing on the always fabulous, Kolour LTD. They’ve previously released on such labels as Local Talk, Dirt Crew, Large Music, as well as their home base of operations – Secret Reels. Here, they present their final release together, “The Live EP” before riding off into the sunset for new, solo adventures.

Proceedings commence with “Live On The Avenue” and it’s murky pianos, rumbling 808’s and lamenting brass riffs. Shadeleaf Music impresario, Thatmanmonkz, steps up for the remix and injects an irresistible, shuffling groove that amps up the energy and takes this lovely joint straight to the dance floor. Flip it over for “Live at The Mill” where tribal percussion and sublime chords soothe the listener while closer, “Live At Regs” features shimmering arpeggios and lazy, hazy vibes.

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Brabo is a new project from DJ Gorky who is a member of Mad Decent’s Brazilian funk/electro dance pop group, Bonde De Role.

The original version of single track “Work Me Out,” (premiered on Consequence of Sound) is taken from acclaimed Gold Coast producer Paces and his recently released “Vacation” album (came out courtesy of etc etc). The funked up and warm club pop groove of this beautiful sounding remix plays off the rapping from Baltimore club artist/Mad Decent fam member Rye Rye in order take the track straight to your brain and make it stick.


Vancouver producer Pat Lok with his new track “You Street” which recently premiered via The Magician’s mixtape series “Magic Tapes”, the track is a lush, shimmering summer disco/house jam.


Jamie Prado is the debut release from the newly created, Los Angeles based label, Puzl Records.”Milk & Honey” is a lighthearted song, but its intricate percussion and emotive synths bring a layer of complexity to the piece. With Spring slowly fading out to the warmth of summer, Prado manages to capture emotion in his dance tracks; this is the type of track we’ll be sure to heart next to a pool with a margarita in hand.

The EP is out now.


Gothenburg born and raised but now residing in Berlin, Nibc is an good friend of ours here at Discobelle and we’ve featured him on the site a bunch of times. He’s one of the main house producers/dj’s coming from Sweden and he has been churning out a name for himself within the international dance music scene aswell with his own work but also with his label Trunkfunk.

The track “The Bridge” that we’re premiering from Nibc today is part of the Get Physical compilation “Full Body Workout Vol. 18” which drops on Friday May 6th, Jonas Rathsman dropped the track in his latest “Elements” mix and it’s already garnered alot of well deserved attention. It’s a frolicking house tune with a hypnotising groove and delicious pads which we are predicting will be one of the tracks to rule dancefloors and festivals alike this summer.


The latest edition of our Discobelle mix series comes from an old friend based out of Miami, Lazaro Casanova has been churning out rolling, warm sounding and undeniably groovy house tunes since 2006 with releases on labels such as Murk, Leftroom, Culprit, Get Physical, Nervous as well as their sub-label, Nurvous and should be considered one of the great dj’s/producers coming out of the US.

Lazaro started his own label petFood back in 2008 focusing on deep house and the label has released music from big names such as Waze & Odyssey, Urulu, No Artificial Colours, Poupon etc. Last year he became the manager of legendary label Murk which has seen him working closely with house music legends Oscar G and Ralph Falcon.

This one hour long mix for us here at Discobelle is the perfect companion to the weekend ahead with its hypnotizing groove and seamless mixing of house tracks that all omit a suggestive groove and a warmth that makes us long to be back in Miami.