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Slick Shoota is the moniker of Oslo based Marius Mevold who is an offical member of Teklife and prominent member of the nightlife scene in Oslo with his hyped club night Ball Em Up, he’s been putting out energetic and fast paced club hybrid music for alot of big labels most notably his releases on Mad Decent drawing inspiration from the juke/footwork scene, jungle etc.

This 37 minute long exclusive mixtape for us here at Discobelle packs a perfect punch to wake you up from this mid-January boredom starting out in chopped up baile funk territory before chopping up something alot more recognizable then quickly gathering speed and turning into one helluva ride.


We were surprised to learn that Philadelphia based producer/dj and Deluxxx/Mad Decent affiliate Dirty South Joe actually never done a mix for us here at Discobelle even though he’s been featured numerous times. We decided that we needed to amend that ASAP thus here’s his offering to the Discobelle mix series, the last mix of 2016 and it goes hard with a rundown of alot of amazing rap tracks and this will you have your New Year’s Eve party turn lit in no time.

Tracklist after the jump.

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Brabo is a new project from DJ Gorky who is a member of Mad Decent’s Brazilian funk/electro dance pop group, Bonde De Role.

The original version of single track “Work Me Out,” (premiered on Consequence of Sound) is taken from acclaimed Gold Coast producer Paces and his recently released “Vacation” album (came out courtesy of etc etc). The funked up and warm club pop groove of this beautiful sounding remix plays off the rapping from Baltimore club artist/Mad Decent fam member Rye Rye in order take the track straight to your brain and make it stick.


Miami based producer/dj Niko Javan has been on our radar for a couple of years now.

His original production work has transferred from a more hip hop/trap based sound (working with the likes of Denzel Curry and Mad Decent) into something that can be described as electronic dance music bulging with a hypnotizing and organic soundscape.

We’re super glad that he wanted to do a mix for the Discobelle mix series and this mix has been on constant repeat for the last two weeks here at Discobelle HQ, it’s a dark and moody containing lots of bassy, bleeped out beats and tracks that might feel best in your headphones whilst sitting on public transport heading home from a night out.