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NYC based singer and boogie chanteuse Amy Douglas (1/2 of Peach Melba and collaborator on so many amazing tracks) makes her official DFA Records debut with her brand new single “Never Saw It Coming” (co-written and produced by fellow New Yorker Tim Wagner of 33Hz/Dither Down Records fame, with two remixes coming from UK based artist Crooked Man).

Amy’s fantastic and powerful voice is at the absolute centre of the track, adding a sense of drama to a track that can best be described as “steady mechanical funk” that meets a disco house groove. The two remixes on the single from Crooked Man lets the track grow and build slowly with lush arrangements, while his hypnotic sounding dub version plays up the woozy bassline and lets Amy’s vocals echo out into the ether.

The original version of the track “Feel Me” (to be released tomorrow Friday September 21st via Belgian label Eskimo Recordings) from Paris based producer Simon Says is a sleazed up monster of a new wave/pop track (a cover of British synthpop band Blancmange and their 1982 album track), fellow French producer/dj Yuksek ups the the disco elements and the cosmic synth stabs to make it lift off into deep space.

On Friday September 7th we receive another edition of the Poolside series from Toolroom Records. “Poolside Ibiza 2018” is basically your essential collection of summer tracks to soundtrack those long hazy days spent by the pool, two very talented DJs were recruited to mix this year’s edition. They both hail from Portugal – Moullinex and Xinobi (the pair have releases on labels such as Ministry Of Sound, Nervous, Gomma, Anjunadeep) and they might just be two of the biggest artists in the indie dance/nu-disco world

The 40 tracks from a whole host of A-List DJs and producers including Moullinex, Xinobi, Eli & Fur, Moon Boots, Tensnake, Booka Shade, Hot Toddy, Art Of Tones, Cavego, Perel, Mambo Brothers, NTEIBINT, Justin Jay, Franky Rizardo, Bruxas, David Hohme, Moscoman, Simple Symmetry, Ali Kuru and many more alongside a brand new exclusive from Boys Get Hurt with Moullinex & Xinobi’s two full length DJ mixes completing the package.

We at Discobelle can offer up the premiere of the track “Lost & Found” from Tokyo based producer Boys Get Hurt that features Tiago on vocals, it’s a superbly warm and sparking sounding House tune! Sit back, relax and unwind with Toolroom’s Poolside album.

Is there anything that the Anjuna crew release that ISN’T bliss? “Aba” is out now, the newest single from label mainstay Lane 8 and collaborator Kidnap Kid. The two have individually emerged as some of electronic music’s most exciting talents in recent years, carving out stellar reputations with their unique melodic approaches. “Aba” is deep house in its purest form and it’s the perfect song to get your week started off on the right foot. Grab “Aba” on Spotify.

Adelaide by way of Los Angeles and Chicago producer/dj James Curd drops his new record “I Get Up To DC” via excellent Berlin based label Exploited this coming monday and it’s already seen support from many dance music profiles.

We here at Discobelle get to premiere B-side track “Disco Fool” which incorporates a funky organ, a strutting bassline and ultra smooth disco pads.

“One night while I was working in my new studio I got a little homesick because a fest that takes place down the street from my building was going on back home in Chicago. Derrick was playing and I grabbed some of the audio from the end of his set of him talking to the crowd and dropped it into ‘I Get Up”. “Disco Fool” was one of the only songs I made in a studio I built with an SSL desk before realizing a studio under a club was a terrible idea.”

2016 was a pretty shitty year all around but alot of seriously amazing music was released during the course of these 12 months, here’s our 66 favorite tracks of 2016 all neatly packaged into a Spotify playlist.

London born artist James Yuill and French producer Franck Russo form the duo Loframes, and they are ready to close out 2015 with their cover of Alan Braxe’s “In Love With You.” The track has already racked up 4500+ plays in a matter of days, but we’re actually here to premiere one of the remixes that’s slated to come out on the 11th of this month with the single.

Belgian duo Shut Yo Waffle is shrouded in some mystery, and compared to Monsieur Adi and Aashton (the two other remixes available come Friday), the artists are newcomers into the music world. With that being said, their music is held up to equally high standard, bringing the light original into the darker club setting, allowing the piece to be enjoyed in the later hours of the night. It manages to keep Loframes unique sound, while still transforming it into something entirely of their own.

Check out both the original and remix below.

If you’re looking for the track to fill all of your groovy needs, take no look further than Lonely Boy’s remix of Slaptop’s “Walls.” Artist Joshua Heath, who among other things has a masters in Jazz Studies, has crafted together a new persona under Lonely Boy’s and has pulled off this stunning remix that’s not to miss.

It’s Tuesday and we’re looking for some serious vibes to rock out to, and this may just be the answer.