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NYC night walker, Jacques Renault releases his latest aural assault for the home team at Let’s Play House NYC. The ‘Out Of Sync EP’ features four original cuts that span the gamut of house from the acidic psychedelia of opener, ‘I Like It (Feat. The Emperor Machine), to the 10,000 leagues below deepness of ‘Akron’. B-Side, ‘Make Up,’ is retro in all the right ways while EP closer, ‘M.A.N.’ is the real winner for me here. The blissful pads and funky-worm mono-leads dance over a bed of sparse percussion and a bass line that just won’t quit.

Forthcoming on Let’s Play House NYC. Vinyl – Oct. 27th & Digital – Nov. 10th




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Up and coming, UK house producer, Ben Gomori has been all over my radar this year with his fantastic series of free edits that found homes at sites such as House Of Disco, Let’s Play House NYC and right here at Discobelle.net!

Continuing the free vibes, Ben’s latest, gratis offering comes in the form of the appreciatively titled, ‘Thank You For Dancing’ and is a housed up rendition of some classic Mary J. Bubbly bass, stabby chords and chunky beats… one for the steppers, for sure!

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After almost a year, the fantastic House Of Disco label come with the latest EP from imprint stalwart, Harry Wolfman and his pal, Skinny Love. The ‘Celebre EP’ features 3 cuts from the duo that certainly don’t disappoint plus remix creds from the likes of The Revenge, JKriv and Kickflip Mike. The title cut is a subby, rolling house joint with bucket-loads of swagger and a sneaky tempo change that’s sure to ignite a dancefloor. ‘Slurpsville’ ups the tempo and leans heavier on it’s disco roots with a slap-bass and chipper percussion… this one gets the remix treatment from JKriv who houses up the joint real good.

Though The Revenge remixes are sure to catch ones attention, I feel that neither of them add much to the originals and are a tad superfluous. Sometimes you need to fluff your pillow, it would seem.

As always, comment on and repost your favourite track to enter a draw to win an advance copy of the vinyl!

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New York edit dons, Razor-N-Tape Records, release their 7th installment of 12″, scalpel versions and it’s as smooth as Bond, James Bond. With Hamburg based producer, Lovebirds, providing three fantastic cuts to satisfy your boogie needs, we kick things off with ‘Funk So Pretty,’ an extended re-rub of The Purple One’s most ‘erotic’ cut to date.

Next up is the heavy swung romp of ‘Free (Lovebirds Beautiful Rework),’ which twists a forgotten, jazz-pop masterpiece into the perfect soundtrack for your most blissful dance-floor moments. Closer, ‘Donwanchooback,’ is an anthemic take on Ramona Banks’ ‘I Don’t Want You Back,’ and brings this staple disco tune into perfect DJ territory with it’s extended phrases, dubby flourishes and gallons of laser-beams.

Buy it HERE or HERE.



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These days, Dutch production outfit, Detroit Swindle are a house-hold name in the global dance scene with heavily lauded releases on Freerange, Tsuba, their own Heist Recordings and here, on Dirt Crew where they’ve released their debut album, ‘Boxed Out.’ Today we’ve got their upcoming remix EP on blast which features versions from Jimpster, MRSK, Cuthead and Kaytronik and perfectly picks up where the LP left off. Deep and moody dance floor cuts with heavy grooves, silky vibes and one mission: to jack yo body!

Jimpster kicks things off with his deep re-rub of ‘B.Y.O.’ while MRSK turns is a pounding rework of ‘He’s Just A Guy, You Know?’… watch out for the disco break, it’s pure fire! Cuthead’s take on ‘Me, Myself & I’ is silky, shuffling and sweet while Kaytronik’s ‘Nyte Tyme Remix’ of ‘For The Love Of…” is hypnotic and rumbling.

Available October 27th.




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Forthcoming on the mighty, Anjunadeep, the new single from Germany based producer, Lane 8. ‘Diamonds’ shows the young producer coming into his own with a confident stride on this heart-wrenching ode to lost love that features the wonderful vocal talents of Solomun Grey. A shimmering, hypnotic piano riff gently carries us atop a bed of light percussion and bubbly arpeggios whilst Grey’s lamenting voice chroons softly into the cosmos.

Available November 17th

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Brooklyn based dream pop duo, PROM caught my attention today with their debut EP release, ‘Keeping Company,’ out now on Ghost Beach helmed label, Crazy Heart Records. ‘My Lines’ is the first cut on the EP and showcases the groups aesthetic perfectly. Greasy, analogue synth lines, jangley guitars and lilting vocal washes create a patchwork of shoegaze inspired, pop majesty.

Out Now. Buy it HERE.