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Danish dj Christian d’Or is the reigning disco champ over in Copenhagen and his new thumping, lingering on a steady 120 bpm “Disco Dick d’Or” mixtape is filled with sleazy disco that was tailormade for being played in small dungeonlike cellar clubs in order for the packed dancefloor lose their minds, clothes etc. (Via Artrebels)


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The Italian duo Crookers have become known for their frantic electro and forward thinking clubs sounds designed to get an entire dancefloor drenched in sweat. They just released their debut album “Dr Gonzo” on which they’ve condensed the energy of their dj sets down to 60 minutes.

We here at Discobelle can present with you the funky, rattling bass filled and synthlaced track “Monkey Face” that even manages to throw in some saxophone sounding action and a break designed for destruction, this track is only available on the limited edition “Hummus” 7″ (200 copies) which you can get from crookers.net.

Crookers: Monkey Face (7″ Exclusive) by Southern Fried Records

As an added bonus, we’re able to give away five copies of the highly limited “Hummus” 7″. Send us an e-mail containing your name and delivery address, we’ll pick out the lucky winners. Deadline is friday at noon (CET).

Mike Skinner is known under The Streets moniker and is responsible for some of the most seminal British records during the 00’s. He retired The Streets last year and since then he’s been working and making beats as one half of duo The D.O.T., a project together with Rob Harvey. But he’s also made this Fact Magazine mix tahtw e’ve been enjoying today at the Discobelle office.

“And so we have his FACT mix. We’ve never seen Skinner DJ, but it’s no surprise that he’s good at it: the mixing’s swift and tight, and as you might expect, he rolls through a selection of house and garage before indulging in some newer cuts from TRC, Joy Orbison, Julio Bashmore and Joker, and naturally, closing on jungle.”

Fact Mix 304: Mike Skinner (link to Fact Magazine)

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