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After sharing his smoky electro-pop debut single “love you with the lights on” earlier this summer, rising bi-coastal LA/NY artist morgxn reveals Savoir Adore’s dreamy rework of the undeniably catchy and euphoric original, with SA’s Paul Hammer adding his own flavor to create a swirling composition.​ This comes after previously releasing French producer Monsieur Adi’s re-imagining of the single, both of which you can listen to below.

Swedish producer Lucas Nord transforms LA singer Phoebe Ryan’s new single “Dollar Bill” into a summer poolside worthy mix with a heavier electronic sound. The original track, produced by Kyle Shearer, was released earlier this month and Phoebe recently wrapped her debut North American headlining tour.


We’ve got NYC based duo NOTNO on deck for this week’s exclusive Discobelle mix. The mix, which features tracks from the likes of Kaytranada, Lindstrøm and Fort Romeau also includes their latest single “Smoke That” which will be available on July 29th via HeavyRoc Music, an imprint run by B-Roc of The Knocks. If you’re in the NYC area you can catch their live debut Saturday the 30th at Baby’s All Right supporting Sofi Tukker.

Kiss The Sky (Acoustic) (NotNo Remix) – The Knocks
Distant Love (Chris McClenney Remix) – Abhi Dijon
Together (feat AlunaGeorge & Goldlink) – Kaytranada
Don’t You Worry ft Alice Russell (Fil Lavin Soul Refix) – Unforscene
Tubin’ (DJ Vas Remix) – Pools
Like It Better – Chris Malinchak
Home Tonight (DJ Edit) – Lindstrøm and Grace Hall
Just Friends – Wantigga
Bring You Up (Deetron Edit) – Romanthony
Penny (Classixx Remix) – Hanni El Khatib
Let Me Do My Thank (Opolopo Remix) – Ferry Ultra
Break U Off (Dino Soccio Rework) – The Roots
Smoke That – NotNo (Out July 29th)
Oh No – Klaves
Birthday Card – Marcus Marr and Chet Faker
Indecision (Original Remix)
On The Road (matt fear remix) – Lee Me Kelsall
Fort Romeau – Diana
Talk Fast – NotNo

Influenced by the 80s Chicago house movement, Harlem based producer Austin Millz’s new single “Limelite” is an understated minimal house clip featuring vocals from Los Angeles’ Anishka. It’s sultry in composition and grooves heavily throughout. “Limelite” is the first release from Discobelle favorite Brenmar on his new imprint High End Times and is also featured on his recent “Grey Zone” mix.

“Dollar Bill” is the new single from LA indie pop singer Phoebe Ryan and features rapper Kid Ink. It’s another slice of catchy and playful indie pop that speaks to the hustle of being an artist and chasing your dreams. Phoebe makes her way to Los Angeles next week on Tuesday, July 19th at Troubadour with support from Cardiknox – don’t miss out on this show.

Global indie dance duo SOFI TUKKER (Sophie Hawley-Weld and Tucker Halpern) continue to build upon their expansive electronic sound with their latest single “Awoo.” Featuring the band’s close friend Betta Lemme, the track finds a hypnotic groove in a looped crescendo-ing synth line and syncopated drum pad beats.

Los Angeles based genre-bending band LANY (pronounced LAY-NEE) released their six track “kinda” EP last Friday including their new singles “yea, babe, no way” and “like you lots” via Interscope Records.

LANY recently concluded their first headline tour which SOLD OUT well before the band played the first show, with the demand to accommodate fans resulting in extra dates being added and rooms extended. With performances at Bonnaroo, Sasquatch and Firefly already under their belt, the trio will be performing at Electric Forest and Outside Lands later this summer, as well as opening for Oh Wonder on select dates.

Tour Dates:
7/2: Oakwood Beach @ Chicago, IL
7/22: WayHome Festival @ Oro Medonte, Canada
8/5: Golden State Park @ San Francisco, CA
9/4: DOK @ Ghent, Belgium
9/23: Life Is Beautiful @ Las Vegas, NV

One of the original purveyors of the swelling house revivalist movement Chris Malinchak returns with a new single “Tell Me,” featuring Damon Scott, the vocalist on Storm Queen’s “Look Right Through.” Chris first came to global attention in 2012 with “So Good To Me,” a sugary synth-led deep groove.

“Tell Me” sees Chris deliver yet another smooth, soulful cut rooted by a infectious dance beat and funky guitars. Damon Scott’s lyrics serve to turn the track into an empowering tune for late nights out with the lyrics “where we go people watch us, wanna follow. Nothing can determine who you are.”