DiscoBella: New music experience which delivers quality disco sound

"Musica Lato Positivo - graceful side of music". This is the slogan of DiscoBella music concept which was launched in Bosnia and Herzegovina and picked Mostar as their destination. Breaking the monotony of expansive club city by the Neretva river is their mission. And their plan is to do it with seductive hot rhythms of disco and funk. They will host their first event on the 4th of November in Golden Pub.


DJ Tonbe and Trash Diskos aka Igor HDP are music connoisseurs and collectors, whose sets are based on the rhythms of disco, nu disco, funk, and house. They play original and re-edited tracks which have already ruled and 'destroyed' dancefloors (disco was the main squeeze back in the days).

Igor says he is particularly happy to host Tonbe at their penultimate DiscoBella event. Tonbe is a talented artist with great stage presence and outstanding discography. Definitely one of the most fruitful and talented DJ's and producers.


"DiscoBella aims to bring back the disco culture, fill in the void of their local clubbing scene and animate the audience to bring them back to the dance floor."  - Trash Diskos


Tonbe

Miloš Đorđević is the owner and founder of 2 Vinyl and 3 digital labels called Disco Fruit, Fruity Flavor and Hellcat Tunes. Tonbe has shown an enormous amount of talent through various releases and labels such as King Street Sounds, Editorial, Midnight Riot, Disco Dat, Our Records, Manuscript, Funkytown, City Soul, Blacksoul Music. Sexy and dynamic sound describes his music best.

His records are recognized by great DJ names Roger Sanchez, Joey Negro, Mark Farina, Ron Basejam (Crazy P), Hot Toddy (Crazy P), Purple Disco Maschine, Simon Dunmore, Llorca (Art Of Tones), Alexander Robotnick, Mateo & Matos.

For this occasion, the organizers announced to provide a specific visual identity of the dance floor. They are promising to deliver the real power of the disco sound.

More about the artists and the event, read on: WB / FB

By Marko, edited on 30 May 2018