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Houston based duo Wrestlers return after their 2014 Twin Shadow-produced, “Say Anything” with a brand new remix of Keeper’s debut single, “Next To Me.” Wrestler’s high-energy attitude shines throughout this remix with a menacing baseline and tasteful vocal cuts. With a nod to pre-Y2K club culture and UK Garage influences, the remake takes the soul-synth original to a deeper more dancefloor friendly place.

If you like what you hear then you’re in luck. As a member of the Red Bull Sound Select program, Wrestlers will be releasing two new singles this fall on their platform. In the meantime, catch them live at the Echoplex in Los Angeles on July 30th, 2015 with Baths for Red Bull Sound Select’s July showcase. You can check out the event details here, we hope to see you there!

“We wanted to create a video that encompasses what happens at a Flosstradamus show in a satirical light. When you come to one of our shows whether you are a fan or not, usually by the end of the set you will be converted into the HDYNATION. The video takes you through a journey from Ted Talks to Fight Club. Its great how Lil Jons voice is depicted by a Ginger all american male. He forces the office workers to smoke weed, get tattoos and tag GTA’s logo on the wall. We hope this video will make you laugh, turn up, and get a warning sign tattooed on your body”. -Floss

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Melbourne based artist Allday (AKA Lil Chubbs) just released a chilled new mixtape via NYLON, riding high on Yung Lean vibes paired off with influences from the likes of Chance The Rapper. Perfect summer mixtape.

Also, Allday briefed us on some of his favorite tracks right now.

Jamie XX – Loud Places

This song is just rad and full of feels. “You’re on ecstacy without me, when you come down, I won’t be around.” Damn.

OB O’Brien – Schemin Up Ft. Drake & P Reign

If i was a professional boxer or something I would walk out into the ring with this song playing, it makes me feel badass (I am badass, so it makes me feel like me).

Mac DeMarco – Another One

This is fucking rad. Mac DeMarco is cool.

Darwin Deez – Kill Your Attitude

I like Darwin Deez a lot, like a lot. I’m still not sure if it’s one dude or a band? But this new Darwin Deez song kind of goes back to the fun sound of their older stuff.

Bully – Trying

This song just came up on Spotify and I think it’s rad. The singer’s voice is sweet but also gritty. She sounds a bit like Gwen Stefani.

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Toolroom Records saves our summer with their brand new “Poolside Ibiza 2015″ compilation that will be released on July 31st.

The party season on the island is in full swing and the pool parties kicking off across Ibiza, “Poolside Ibiza” consists of a brilliant collection of warming, summer anthems; the perfect soundtrack to those long, hazy days spent by the pool. This year’s edition has been beautifully constructed by two of the biggest DJs in the field; Autograf & Kolombo and we here at Discobelle can premiere one of the tracks from the compilation.

Portuguese producer D-Compost and Greece producer Saccao heads up a quirky, driven house track that contains darker elements with songstress Cari Golden providing spellbinding vocals and is best suited for after the sunset when you have the whole night ahead of you.

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If LA’s indie pop scene is something you were in need of today, then look no further than MUNA‘s “Promise,” a track that manages to get the inner pop-addict within me to pair up with the cool hipster side of me (for once) and agree that this song is just what I needed. Check it out below.