French producer Thomas Roberts is back with new release “Beyond The Access” (drops September 25th) on Swiss label Fat Wax, we here at Discobelle can offer up the premiere of a remix from highly acclaimed Dutch producer Budakid who draws us into an ethereal and dreamlike electronica soundscape of mysterious synths and a hypnotic vocal by a voice you might have heard before.
UK outfit HAUS are on the fast track to becoming one of the most talked about bands in their home country, earlier this summer they released the much lauded five-track debut “SWYSEP” via Atlas Artists (the EP was produced by Everything Everything’s Alex Robertshaw).
Now, London based songwriter/producer Utrecht (aka James McIntosh) has remixed HAUS’s single track “Say What You Say” into a strutting, housed up and synth-laced jam which is released tomorrow August 18th.
Norwegian pop artist Gundelach dropped his critically acclaimed debut EP last year (the EP was nominated in the best pop album category at the Norwegian Grammys and has seen serious radio play in Germany and the UK along with high streaming numbers) and he’s had a strong run this summer gaining momentum with new single tracks such as “Garden” and most recently the dark pop of “Holy Water,” which Pigeons and Planes described as “hauntingly beautiful”.
We here at Discobelle can now offer up the astounding remix for the single “Garden” by well renowned Swedish artist and producer Dan Lissvik (who is perhaps best known for his previous work with balearic disco/pop outfit Studio along with production and remix projects for the likes of Young Galaxy, Taken By Trees, HAIM, Foals, and Kylie Minogue). Dan Lissvik takes the discoish sound of the original version and adds on a warm electronic sprinkle making this a blissful track for all those late summer nights.
Gundelach is currently working on his debut LP but catch him live at the following upcoming dates:
Fri, Aug 18 // Bornholm, Denmark @ Wonderfestiwall
Wed, Sept 20 // Oslo, Norway @ Parkteatret
Fri, Sept 22 // Gothenburg, Sweden @ HokiMoki
NYC based artist Mattie Safer (ex-bassist and singer in The Rapture), just released his latest single “Floating” and on August 18th the remix version of the single is released via his own label Dream City Sounds. Chicago producer James Curd adds the funk with his version and showcases a soulful and housed up take on the original.