Los Angeles dj Colby J. put together a psyched out, funky and groovy mixtape that’s perfect for warm-weather fun.
“All music purchased from Bandcamp on Juneteenth with proceeds benefitting BLM. ???”
Now that summer is upon us, the title track “Set Me Free (Song for a Person Walking Away)” from the new EP by Los Angeles disco/funk lover LUXXURY is the perfect soundtrack. It’s a simple yet highly effective disco tune with a strutting bassline, a melancholic sounding chord progression, and a pleading vocal mantra.
Swiss label À table presents their second release (drops on June 12th) and it comes from fellow countrymen in Psycho Weazel, and they’ve created a track on which drums were created solely through the mythical Korg MS-10 synthesizer.
We here at Discobelle are glad to be able to share the exclusive premiere of the remix of “Melodrama” from NYC producer turned Berliner Curses. His remix sounds like it’s taken inspiration from the likes of Cerrone, Vangelis or, Moroder, it’s an 8+ minute long fast-paced stomper with epic italo disco breaks that have been run through a post-punk filter.
Adeline used to be the lead singer of nu-disco outfit Escort, but she is now quickly proving herself as a solo artist with among other things a critically acclaimed self-titled debut album that garnered praise from Vogue, NPR, Refinery 29, Rolling Stone, The Fader and many others.
Her new single “After Midnight” is a warm and funky, discoish affair that comes complete with a smooth sounding piano.