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Mija reinvents her sound with “Notice Me,” a change the Los Angeles based DJ and producer has hinted toward for a long time. Typically known for her hard hitting bass beats, the production on “Notice Me” is light and delicate, but driving at the same time dripping in airy vocals and vulnerable lyrics courtesy of Mija herself.

Gothenburg based producer Donnie Castle has recently introduced himself as one to watch with the release of a single trilogy throughout 2017 about his struggle leaving a destructive life behind. The singles have received a lot of attention both in Sweden and internationally with radio plays on national radio in Sweden and Germany and being supported by Flume on his “Essentials Playlist”.

“Answers” is a Discobelle exclusive premiere and the second single track off his debut mixtape “Donnie” which is due to be released in February 2018. The track is a dark, dancey number with sweeping synths and it includes features from well-known rappers OG Maco and Rome Fortune, along with talented DC-based newcomer dopeSMOOTHIES.

“Answers” will be released tomorrow Friday, December 8th via Something Beautiful.

There are few finer UK bass contenders than that of Champion. What’s more, the London native has finally made with the “Snapshot” LP, a 12-track instalment of epic two-step and UK bass fundamentals. With the likes of Flava D, Jammz, Four Tet and Dream MC onboard, the LP gives one of the most comprehensive insights into bubbling UK talent and where the stalwart UK producer is making impressive power moves through connecting like minded firestarters.

The bass favoring sects of electronic dance music should take note of 4B and his consistent delivery both on original material and remixes. Back to remix the don himself and his more recent softer pop settlement ‘Would You Ever,’ Skrillex and Poo Bear’s crooner gets some serious breaks and dutiful bassline injections along the way. It’s a remix that oozes with that attitude and swagger we have come to expect from 4B over the years.

Stockholm producer, purveyor of futuristic club tracks and one of the founders of the Staycore label Dinamarca turns the classic Opus III track “It’s A Fine Day” upside down and we get a bassy, slo-mo club track that sounds like it’s influenced by cumbia or tribal guarachero.