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Big night coming up here in Malmö this saturday (August 6th) when Babel presents their annual summer bash (Sommarfesten), this year we get a varied line-up with some huge names, up and coming acts + local talents. The full line-up reads as follows: Rebecca & Fiona, 2000 and ONE, Per Hammar, Sandra Mosh, John Talabot and Disco Devils.

In cooperation with Babel, we here at Discobelle are giving away two tickets for the party. Just send us an e-mail to be entered into the draw (winners will be chosen on wednesday and are eligible to pick up their tickets in person at Babel in Malmö)

Two DJ’s from opposite side of Malmö-town. Per Hammar and Besh-One joins forces with the mission to charge the clubscene with some well needed energy. Per Hammar adds the techno-knowledge and Besh-One brings his patented live scratch. I’m looking forward to dance to this combo at some late night fiesta this summer.


Malmö is the techno Berlin of Sweden. All the late night illegal clubs pumping steady bass drums, speaks for themselves. What happens if you take Malmö’s three best underground youngsters and team them up with legendary Swedish techno producer Andreas Tilliander? You get the best of the best. The freshest of the fresh. Andreas Tilliander’s new album “Show” is out in Scandinavia on May 6th. The rest of the world will follow. This is 3 remixes of his new single “Caught In A Riot”.

Adrian Recordings gives you The Sound of Young Malmö:

Per Hammar – Just recently released the monumental “Blockbuster EP” on Playectra Records. This instrumental take of “Caught In A Riot” makes us think of open seas and night dancing on white beaches.

Staffan Lindberg – Everyone in Malmö has danced to Staffan. Everybody knows him. What might be new is that he is not just Malmös sluttiest DJ. He is a hell of a producer as well. This take is in our face, on the floor, through the ceiling.

Karachi – Adrian Recordings has met Karachi once before. He did one of the best remixes for Boeoes Kaelstigens Commuting Colour Remixes. Adam Lundberg commutes to Berlin and the greyness in his music makes us dwell over ramshackle squat houses and dripping water. His take is epic, atmospheric and oh so beautiful in all its darkness. And yeah….it is over 16 minutes long.

Andreas Tilliander – Caught In A Riot (The Sound Of Young Malmö remix pack, direct link)

PS. Peep the video for the original version over here.