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Caotico – Gone

May 13 2015

Northern Sweden duo Caotico are releasing their superb new single “Gone” right here on Discobelle Records today (May 19th), it’s a massive track that leans on a pulsating UK garage sounding beat interspersed with robotic vocals a la Daft Punk turning this into a dancefloor bomb.

The release is backed up by smashing remixes courtesy of Sweden’s newest house hope Franskild and Toronto techno heroes in RYME.


You may know Ben Browning as the bassist for the mighty Cut Copy, but with the launch of his solo project in 2012, Browning has begun to cultivate his own unique sound and will release his debut album Turns later this summer. His latest offering “Friends Of Mine” is a welcome addition to Browning’s growing discography, and is the second single off this full-length debut. Twinkling FX and pulsating synths rise and fall under Browning’s dreamy vocals, the end result is a lush pop track that almost seems to move in slow motion.

Turns is out on June 16th via Yellow Year Records but until then listen to “Friends Of Mine” down below.

Turns Tracklist:
01. Back to the start
02. Make it easy
03. Friends of mine
04. Life Dudes (Tripping through Royal Park)
05. You can be there
06. Are you acting?
07. Don’t wait your turn
08. Beaches of love
09. Don’t forget the night
10. Azizam


Pelican Fly’s Superspeed EP that got Canblaster and Lido collaborating together was a musical match made in heaven. Both artists know how to dramatically emphasize their emotions, and in a sea of producers flooding the internet, they’ve shown that originality and conjuring up something special besides just a couple of pretty noises is essential to stand up and rise beyond the internet hype.

Canblaster has just dropped some cuts and alternative takes from the two guys time in the studio, and while this stuff never got a proper release, we’re super glad to be hearing the work now.

Check out the 23 minutes of goodness below; it’s a free download, so what do you have to lose?


The 2015 edition of the ever improving Sonus Festival in Croatia will take place August 16th – 20th at Zrce Beach on Pag Island.

Sonus is one of the biggest electronic festivals in Croatia and the line-up for 2015 includes top names such as: Jackmaster, Richie Hawtin, Sven Väth, Jamie Jones, Ricardo Villalobos, John Digweed, Len Faki, Mathias Ka- den live, Marco Carola, Monika Kruse, Rødhåd, Seth Troxler, Ten Walls live and The Martinez Brothers etc.


Forthcoming May 25th on Nice Age, the young label helmed by Oxford darling, Totally Enormous Extinct Dinosaurs, brings you the “Tokyo EP” from American producer, MANIK. There is much to admire about this release, with each of it’s three tracks offering a modern interpretation of classic, Chicago psychedelia. Here, we have your exclusive, first look at the closing title, “Silver,” a bubbling, acid house number with a boat load of hand claps and warbley 303 riffs.

Buy the release HERE.