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Los Angeles producer/dj Shlohmo making sure we turn up and end this summer on a good note with this mix.

“It’s august 1997, the aroma of lighter fluid + carne asada fills the air. A lowered civic rolls through a distant stop sign, the muffled echoes of its alpine tape deck cut through the thick humid breeze.

For tha heatwave, for tha bbq, for tha trunk, for whatever. Real album on the way 2018…”

Sundae Suki (AKA Will Nainis) is a Brooklyn based dj/producer and head of the Sundae Sounds label who honed his skills in the Washington D.C. club scene. He’s been dj’ing for the past 15 years but after holding down multiple residencies in both D.C. and NYC, he decided to start over with a focus on the music that inspired him to get into dj’ing. His inspiration ranges from acid house to the classic sound of New York hip-hop and his sets reflect that eclectic spirit.

“My sound has changed a lot over the years. One thing I really value now is how important it is to define your sound as a DJ. It took me a while to figure that out.”

His skillfully made mix for us in Discobelle takes us on a wild ride of rare vinyl releases.

Bristol based producer Jack Priest who recently released the stunner of an EP “Ladies Night” via renowned US dance label Wolf+Lamb Records is the latest producer to bless us here at Discobelle with a mix. Expect an eclectic mix that’s aimed at making you move your hips.

Jack Priest has been honing his skills under the mentoring of legendary producer Green Velvet, and with a not so serious approach to electronic music the dance-pop artist’s work has quickly gained global support from the likes of BBC Radio 1.

If you’ve been clubbing in Stockholm during the past couple of years, you’re bound to have encountered dj/producer Jeansbjörn who happens to be one of the most wicked selectors that are on offer here in Sweden. Now, he’s teamed up with Rave-Dave for a mixtape of all heat that’s definitely gonna be bumped for the rest of the summer.

“From Titiyo to Bella Boo, via Morabeza Tobacco, Blunted Dummies and a New Order classic with a twist of Kedr Livanskiy – this is a mix of some older and some newer favorites we’ve been bumping this spring. Hope you enjoy it as much as we do :))”

A brief hiatus again but just in time for summer the Discobelle mix series returns in full force.

Tenova is an up and coming Los Angeles based tech-house producer/dj who has seen support from the likes of Pete Tong, Gorgon City, Claptone, Mark Knight, Roger Sanchez and many more. His releases are featured on labels such as Toolroom and during 2018 we will hear much more from the dynamic producer/dj on labels such as Elrow/Cr2, Incorrect Music, Stashed etc.

His top tier mix for us here at Discobelle is one hour of grooved out and bumping tech-house that is perfect to rock in order to get into that summer mood.

The four-month-long hiatus for the Discobelle mix series is over with this exclusive mix from Mt. Si.

Based in Los Angeles, Mt. Si is a collaborative project among three friends – Sarah Chernoff of Superhumanoids, Jesse Kivel from Kisses and Michael David of Classixx. They came together during the recording sessions for Classixx’s album “Hanging Gardens” and discovered that they had creative chemistry as a trio and assumed the name Mt. Si later signing with Cascine to release their 2016 EP “Limits” which is an exquisite piece of shimmering electronic pop.

Their mix for us here at Discobelle is filled with warm, discoish sounding electronic dance-pop gems including their recently released EP track “911” and the mix is the perfect way to gather up some heat whilst we over here in Europe are being pounded with an arctic freeze.

Tracklist after the jump.

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