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Upper Cuts is a biweekly free download series from Enchufada, Buraka Som Sistema’s independent label based out of Lisbon. Last month they released the hard hitting, bass heavy track track “Bye Bitches” from Hungarian production duo Slap In The Bass and reggae vocalist Sena. The track has now recieved a visual treatment that we here at Discobelle are proud to give you as an exclusive premiere.

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Parisian producer Lazy Flow is back with his “Jet-Lag EP”, the EP is a collection of 4 previously unreleased tracks around the theme of house music with a “worldwide” flavor and it’s supported by a veritable armada of remixes from the likes of Martelo, Dj Sliink, Slap In The Bass, Big Dope P, Erick Rincon, Boogaloo, Kill Light and Djago. This release can be seen as a prelude to the debut album from Lazy Flow which will be released by Sony Music and Moveltraxx in 2013.

We here at Discobelle are proud to present the exclusive premiere of the track “Helios” which is rhytmic percussionbased Arabic influenced burner.

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Keith & Supabeatz joins up with Slap In The Bass for the latest release on No Brainer. Keith & Supabeatz vs Slap In The Bass – ‘Smoka’ EP features remixes from His Majesty Andre, Douster and Astronomar and went on sale on the 24th of February. But we got a remix for you that wasn’t on the release. It’s a Moombahton remix from JumoDaddy.

Listen to the full release:

And download the exclusive remix:

Keith & Supabeatz vs Slap In The Bass – Smoka (JumoDaddy’s Moombahton Remix) (mediafire)

No Brainer

Dec 14 2011

Slap In The Bass – Nada from No Brainer Records on Vimeo.

Here is the new video for Slap In The Bass new “Nada/Goma” EP on No Brainer, the video is directed by Thomas ‘Dro’ Savary.

No Brainer also just released a line of shirts & bags sponsored by Bench. Get them here. They were also nice enough to give us three t-shirts to give away to you guys. To win one of them please e-mail us the name of the first release on No Brainer to this address. You have until the 20th of December to get your answer in. Put “No Brainer” in the subject.

If you want to get a free remix from Slap In The Bass, you can download their remix of Drop The Lime – Shake Baby Shake on their Facebook.

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After their releases on Discobelle Records, Snatch and Made To Play – Discobelle family members in Montreal duo Prince Club pay a visit to the kingdom of Denmark for their third release in year with their new “Utopia/Olivia” EP. The EP is released by our brothers across the bridge in Copenhagen based label Demento Mori.

This solid EP is packed full of bouncey house and it boasts remixes from Copenhagen locals MHM One & Dan M, accompanied by French new player Coni, Irish mad man Lorcan Mak and Hungarian powerhouse Slap In The Bass. Support from Oliver $, Brodinski, Sound Pellegrino, Round Table Knights, Bambounou, Mad Decent, Ardalan, MunniBrotherz, LOL Boys, Wildlife!, MikiX The Cat, Sinden, Poupon, Douster, Neoteric, Meati & Meech, Andy George, Act Yo Age, Playmode, Anna Lunoe etc.

Prince Club – Utopia / Olivia EP by Demento Mori

BONUS: The boys did a smashing mix in order to promote the release.

Prince Club Demento Mori Mix Nov ’011 by Prince Club

“Before you watch this new No Brainer Records clip for new Lars Moston summertinged single “Too Much Party Time”, make sure you’ve seen Slap In The Bass “Egypt” (vimeo.com/​22972298) and Malente & Jay Robinson “Klezzic”. Because this is the last chapter of the short movie ‘Sleight Of Hand’, the trilogy is now completed. Enter the loop.

Lars Mostons new single “Too Much Party Time” includes HaHaHa, Sammy Bananas and Neki Stranac remixes plus the original tracks “Bear Pit” & “The Oohs” (featuring Discobeller Records very own Teenage Mutants) is out on Beatport already and will be released everywhere on August 12th.”

We also have this fabulous mix by Lars Moston to celebrate the release.

Lars Moston No Brainer Podcast 28 July 2011 by Lars Moston

Tracklist after the jump.

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