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Discotexas represents the independent music label based in Portugal and founded by Moulinex and Xinobi.

Xinobi is Bruno Cardoso a Portuguese grown-up-kid obsessed with music. He’s part of a generation that grew up within the music-blog eruption fueled by Do It Yourself ethics.

His influences are as diverse as his record collection consequently his productions are eclectic and self-freshened as it’s not easy not to get surprised every time he releases something. Although you can simply label it as Disco or House, the truth is that there is a unique watermark on his sound. That versatility is also visible in his performances. You can travel from fresh-funk to a deeper mood without losing consistency as he can soundtrack from Miami palm-trees to Berlin cold nights; and everything in between.
After releasing the ep “The Best Of Me” (on Kris Menace label Work It Baby) he gained a real recognition among more established and well-known artists and opinion-makers, and his underground cult become more ample. The title song was even categorized as the “Stardust” of 2011 on Buzz-charts. Fun-fact. (I Hate The Sound of) Guitars retained a big recognition due to both its idiosyncrasy and video and the new single, PUMA, breathes old contemporary old-school.

Together with his friends and work-partners Moullinex and Mr. Mitsuhirato he gave birth to the still-growing-influent Discotexas, a Record Label which is getting more and more followers and admirers and is stepping further to a respectable dimension of scene-credibility.

Discotexas's artists roster includes collaborations with acts such as: Xinobi, Moulinex, The Phantom's Revenge, Justin Faust, Douze, Coupons, Terminal Twilight, Publicist, Jay Lamar, Philosophy Of Sound, Zimmer, Rebeka, Mirror People, Kamp!, Jesse Oliver, amongst many many others.


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