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Zomby grew up listening to grime legend Wiley and now he rebuilds the classic track “Step 20″ with a production that sounds like OG grime but with a futuristic twist, we present you with “Step 2001″ (drops September 24th via Ninja Tune) which is of course also bound to be a classic.


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This week has kicked off with some amazing releases already, and we’re super loving this new release called “M.I.A.” Probcause and SABA are absolutely killing it in this track, and I can’t stop playing it ever since I heard it earlier today. With stunning production that’s light and fantastic, this song is great, positive vibes all around. High energy to go with great lyrical work… there is nothing but love within this song.

Drifters, Probcause’s upcoming release, is slated to drop on Friday. 

Catch ProbCause and SABA on Tour this fall as well.
9/8 – Urbana, IL – Canopy Club
9/9 – Bloomington, IN – The Bishop
9/10 – Madison, WI – The Frequency
9/11 – Ames, IA – The Maintanence Shop
9/12 – Columbia, MO – Rose Music Hall
9/13 – Minneapolis, MN – 7th Street Entry



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.


Plane Jaymes’ “Water Wet” has already become a hit of the summer for those in the know, but this new twist that Kittens has put on her remix is absolute fire. Without changing too much, the young producer manages to keep the spirit of the original alive while still providing a certain “je ne sais quoi” that makes the remix all her own. This one has received so many listens in such a short amount of time, and we’re definitely surprised.

Check out both the original and remixed version below.


Lemon Mint is a french/mexican project (based in Mexico City) led by producer Rafa Navajas. The hybrid DJ/Live Act describe their sound as deep house, with splashes of funk and in 2014, they released their debut album L’Alchimiste, which favored well throughout Mexico. Fast forward to 2015, on the heels of their latest EP, entitled Nomads and released on the Denver based imprint, Hotbox, the Lemon Mint lads where kind enough to bestow a fresh installment of the Discobelle Mix for our listening pleasure. Heavy cuts from the likes of Bram & Hamo, Fouk, Tornado Wallace and Lemon Mint themselves….perfect mid-week tackle. Dig in!

Buy the Nomads ep HERE


Summer finally arrived here in Scandinavia and Copenhagen based producer Julius Sylvest celebrates by offering up his new track “Endless Summer” (what a fitting title) for free download.

The track is a warm and dancey club pop number that should be perfect for these long summer evenings.

“Three years ago I was sitting and preparing for an act, I was going to do, at the Danish whitsun carnival, I was excited and a bit tense. and in that atmosphere of longing for summer, the warmth of the sun and infatuation, this little theme and some inciting beats came to me. Since then I added some effects and sounds, while waiting for a certain ‘zeitgeist’. And that moment of mood is right now!”