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Digitalia: Discobelle

So maybe not everyone is into the Swedish music scene, but for all you club-music enthusiasts out there, Discobelle has a number of free MP3s, videos and fun mixes. The three-year-old site posts daily tunes by producers residing anywhere from Brazil to London.

You'll find selections from house kids like Lorenz Rhode, Barcelona duo Meneo and Australian quartet BMX. The site also includes some more familiar names like Rick Ross, Young Jeezy and Chicago femcee Kid Sister, adding a bit of hip-hop flair into an otherwise dance-heavy site. All in all, it's an eclectic mix of sounds perfect for any open-minded listener.

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