Cream Dream is an 18 year old producer out of New York who’s been laying down some pretty killer nu disco. He just dropped a new EP for free on his soundcloud. Every single one of these is a hit and even better, totally free. Check it out and happy downloading.
Take a listen to this fresh new mix from DJ Rizzla released exclusively for DISCOBELLE earlier this week. Don’t miss him live in Hartford on October 1st at Mad Dawg’s . Here’s what Discobelle has to say about the mix!
Big, big things are in the works from Rizzla, who provided us with an unbelievably hot mix to start the week. Kicking off with what sounds like a dial up internet connection that you might hear dissonantly playing in the background of a David Lynch movie, things only get more frenetic from there.
Amidst the chaos, you can find a plentiful helping of Ha beats influenced by everything from New Orleans bounce to apocalyptic military reincarnations of the classic Masters At Work “HA Dance” track, each providing enough of a variation on the original theme to sound jarringly different every time.
There are also plentiful original productions from Rizzla here, further showcasing a dancefloor versatility that’s positioned itself somewhere hazily in between house, intensely homoerotic rave, techno, garage, bass, soca, dancehall and vogue, all mixed with maybe a little side of scathing political critique. I mean, when you name a track “Battyboy bleeding in the dark”, there’s gotta be some politics at work. Regardless of how you choose to characterize it, some of these gems may be finding a home on a certain fantastic soon-to-be-revealed label later on this year.
As if that’s not enough, the mix is also stuffed to the seams with exclusives from Mikeq, Dubbel Dutch, Kingdom and previously featured dance music disemboweler blk.adonis. Grab it now, you won’t regret it.
Bounce Ha – Rizzla
Super Twister (Rizzla refix) – Mikeq
Battyboy Bleeding in the dark – Rizzla
Digital Vogue Rizzla refix – Kevin Prodigy
WW3 Ha – Dubbel Dutch
Up and Down – Dj Problem & Dj Capo
Wartime Ha – Kingdom
Chase me (Vjuan Allure Elite Beatz Mad Dub) – Inaya Day
Badmind Ha (Lisa Hype’s Revenge VIP mix) – Rizzla
Demon HA – Rizzla
Church – Rizzla
Money (Rizzla Remix) – Mr Tweeks
That thing He Said – Rizzla
200ft – Rizzla
Dick – Rizzla
Go Str8 vs So Fine – blk.adonis vs rizzla
Perreo Apocolyptico – Rizzla
Aftermath (Rizzla dembow edit) – Tricky
in your place ( KING B∆TTY VOCAL CUT) – blk.adonis
Wake Sleep (Total Freedom Winter Park Homicide Edition) – Nguzunguzu
PNP – blk.adonis + rizzla
We are at it again! Heading back to Mad Dawg’s for another fun rager. Come join us Saturday October 1st to celebrate Dirty D. turning 27! We got our boy and special guest RIZZLA coming down from Boston to drop some fresh new beats on the city, so don’t miss out. As always cheap drinks, heavy bass and good times! And if we’re lucky some fire breathing bartenders! So come on down, grab a 40, and get on the dance floor!
21+ / 3$
It’s your friendly neighborhood party starters! Check out the writeup Dan Barry did for our Get Wavy Tuesdays at Sully’s with our very own Dirty D. Click Here if you want to give it a read.
Moombahton Ain’t Dead
We’ve been keeping things going through the summer at Sully’s but on August 5th we’re bringing up one Brooklyn’s finest up to Mad Dawg’s in the heart of downtown. Free Magic’s been making a name for himself in the city lately, becoming a regular at Andrew WK’s Santos Party House as well as throwing down some tight mixes for Dog and Pony, Discovery and Time Out Moscow. Catch him August 5th with PK Ripper and Dirty D at your favorite downtown dive for a night of cheap drinks, awesome people and UNCONTROLLABLE FUNK.
PK RIPPER AND DIRTY D
Remember soulwax? They’re fun, right?
Anyhow, they just started a new project called radio soulwax which is this weird mix of music and trippy visuals and it’s a pretty decent way to kill some time on a lazy Sunday evening. The programming seems to be pretty diverse so check it out and find something that moves you or something, I don’t know, shut up.
Here’s what soulwax themselves has to say about it:
Ok, so it’s a radio station, but not as you know it. For now, it’s a growing collection of 24 one hour-long mixes with visuals that we are sharing with you for free, and hopefully it will become a platform for many more things to come. We call them mixes, but in reality they are more like musical films based on the record sleeves.
Every hour has a different musical and visual theme (always based on the covers), to eventually make for a varied day-long radio schedule that will remain online in a rotated and continuous loop.
Over the next few months we will be adding a new show every week, culminating in a 24-hour musical and visual ‘experience’. Sorry, we couldn’t think of a better word than experience.
We have no idea how you will experience this, though, whether it will be too intense or too much to take in, or perhaps not enough. All we know is that we love it and had to do it, even though everyone called us crazy.
We spent ages trying to get everything to sound, look and feel right. We hope you appreciate this labour of love as it has taken a ridiculous amount of work.
The first time I ever saw D. Gookin he was opening up for Neon Indian at the Wadsworth and to be completely honest I was a little less than impressed. The full drum kit as well as the awful acoustics of the atrium were enough to completely drown out the singing and backing track. Since then the man has come a long way. Last night he sounded fantastic at Sully’s and even though the crowd was mostly congregating on the other end of the bar he still managed to command the stage and lay down some pretty hilarious banter at the people listening. Go check out this man’s Bandcamp page and throw a few dollars his way. He more than deserves it.
It’s summer and things have slowed down a bit on the blog end of things but that doesn’t mean that we’re not keeping the party going. This coming and every Tuesday we’re doing it up at Sully’s in Hartford so come on down. Also, we’ve got nothing to announce yet but keep your eyes peeled for some more ragers at Mad Dawg’s. Here’s a preview.