New House Mix by DJ Inbal

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At her tender young age, Inbal Lankry is already something of a scene veteran. At age 15, the Brooklyn native was promoting for legendary NYC clubs Limelight, Tunnel and Paladium, while helping out older brother DJ Baby Sean with his residencies at various hot spots all over the city. In 2002, Inbal and her family migrated to South Florida where they opened Sonar nightclub in Hollywood, voted Best Club of 2004 and 2005 by New Times and City Link. A natural progression into DJing followed, making her one of the only female DJ/promoters in Miami's local underground house music scene.

In 2006, Inbal and Baby Sean started the weekly Retox party at club Blue in South Beach, which has since provided locals with some of the finest underground house music from around the globe in the most intimate of settings. While she continues to spin at Retox every week, Inbal has also gone on to play at Ultra Music Festival and has shared the bill with the likes of Christian Martin, Vincenzo, Sunshine Jones, Roland Clark, and Scott Wozniak. Inbal's new DJ mix is one hour and nine minutes of pure unadulterated groovy deep goodness, and if it gets your juices flowing (and that it will) be sure to catch her spinning in the flesh tonight at Blue along with special guest DJ Greg Cuoco of Aqua-booty NY.

Click here to download Inbal's new Curling Beats mix.

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