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After almost a year, the fantastic House Of Disco label come with the latest EP from imprint stalwart, Harry Wolfman and his pal, Skinny Love. The ‘Celebre EP’ features 3 cuts from the duo that certainly don’t disappoint plus remix creds from the likes of The Revenge, JKriv and Kickflip Mike. The title cut is a subby, rolling house joint with bucket-loads of swagger and a sneaky tempo change that’s sure to ignite a dancefloor. ‘Slurpsville’ ups the tempo and leans heavier on it’s disco roots with a slap-bass and chipper percussion… this one gets the remix treatment from JKriv who houses up the joint real good.

Though The Revenge remixes are sure to catch ones attention, I feel that neither of them add much to the originals and are a tad superfluous. Sometimes you need to fluff your pillow, it would seem.

As always, comment on and repost your favourite track to enter a draw to win an advance copy of the vinyl!


Chicago based acid house legend DJ Pierre collaborates with British producer/dj Doorly on new track “Gotta Get” (drops October 27th), get ready for a jacking 303 bassline interpolated with housey vocals and an amazing groove.

The track has already garnered support from the likes of Jackmaster, Skream, Annie Mac and many more and it’s the perfect inaugural release of a new collaboration EP series “Doorly & Friends” being released by the mighty Toolroom Records.


Los Angeles’ NGHTMRE has a new official remix of Lookas’ “Loko” that’s dark and ominous in all the right ways. This comes at an especially fortuitous time when Lookas has made a lot of music news because of mass takedowns from his Soundcloud account. We hope that that won’t happen to this remix because our weekend party playlist just simply couldn’t make it without this track.


Toronto based tag team RYME (Rynecologist & Meech) have been friends for years but recently started producing together and almost immediately released their successful debut EP “Bak Den” on Boys Noize Records.

The powerful duo put together a booming mix for the Discobelle mix series, with it they bring their talent and some of their street swag and compresses that into 90 minutes of dirty, jacked up techno that will melt those tiny computer speakers of yours.

As an added bonus, be sure to check out their spectacular Nina Simone bootleg.