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Mio is the moniker of Mia Kemppainen from Finnish electronic pop/dance outfit LCMDF and she just recently released her debut track “Find It”, fellow Finnish producer Perttu is based out of Berlin and he made a remix that we can premiere as a free download right here on Discobelle.

The positive sounding remix is filled with a pulsating beat and sweeping and bubbly synths that feed off Mia’s vocals to make it into a surefire hit.

“Mio is a melancholy figure who can not seem to find her place in the world. Called by mystical melodies, she balances the line between dream and reality, determined to find her true origin.”

Stick ‘shamanistic soul’ on your list of new sub-genres emerging from Sweden. The unlikely sound comes courtesy of Sweden’s Adam 888, who debuts this month with trippy ‘VibtrationZ’ and its wonderfully warped official video. The track is as infectious and experimentally charged as they come, paving the way for what looks to be an exciting and eccentric project from the Stockholm-newcomer.

London based artist Parker could be described as a darker and moodier version of Lana Del Rey but that would be too simple. She makes dark but dancey electronic pop music for those nights when you want to belt out lyrics and dance around in your living room while drunk on emotion and alcohol. Check out the premiere of the video for her single track “Doubles” (released via Killing Moon Records) right here on Discobelle.

Dutch-based electronic soul advocate Meeka Kates made a welcome return to Boogie Angst this month. Accompanied by the incredible vocal assets of New York native Raina Sokolov-Gonzalez, “No” captures the edge and atmosphere that we’ve come to expect from Kate’s gentle crooning and warm production prowess. He doesn’t release everyday, but when he does it remains a sweet sounding affair.