UK producer JLXR is now ready to take the electronic music world by storm and drops his brand new future pop influenced electro single track “All Be Fine” with vocals provided by Michael. Expect to hear this at plenty of clubs and festivals this coming summer season.
Black Diamonds Records is a new label from Brazilian/Austrian producer/dj Joyce Muniz and its inaugural release “Black Diamonds” is the debut EP from indie/electronic pop artist Demetrius (who originally began his career as the singer of electronic/alternative outfit Suntalk, as well as a backing vocalist for both Elton John and Alicia Keys).
He has spent the last few years forging a name for himself within Berlin’s techno scene, his sound reflects the electronic mecca of his current hometown, as well as the influences of his Trinidadian roots.
“Black Diamonds” makes sure to showcase his diverse sound and the tracks on the EP are all filled with a melancholic and synth-driven house that is aimed at both the dancefloor and home listening.
NYC duo Ishaan Chaudhary & Will Curry better known as MEMBA is a duo incorporating tailor-made instruments and ancient world rhythms into their approach to electronic music.
On their latest bass-infused single “Walls Down” (the second to be taken from their EP “SAGA-II”, they team up with EVAN GIIA – a classically trained opera singer that has entered the alt-pop scene.
“Walls Down took us a while because we wrote it twice – initially it was much faster. We showed it to EVAN GIIA and she immediately understood the direction of the song. She wrote the lyrics and recorded the final version in a few hours… in her bathroom. We usually re-track but there was this sauce in the original delivery that we just loved. Months passed and it didn’t really hit for us production-wise, so we decided to V2 it. We started the entire thing from scratch and were possessed to write the version you hear today. We are super glad we were patient with this one. It feels so right now.”
Swedish duo Anwai (consists of childhood friends Amadeus Rudolfsson and Mons Lorenzen) has released 4 songs in the same amount of years and up until now racked up over 1.5 million streams worldwide. They’re now readying the release of their debut EP named “DREAMS” (via Swedish label Something Beautiful), the first taste of the EP is the track “Changing” that we here at Discobelle are proud to present to the world.
“Changing” is a track highlighted by the duo’s distinct trip pop sound, a well balanced combination of a more commercial sound with their own electronica based soundscape.
“After some time apart last November, we were sitting in a flat in Stockholm with a guitar and a bottle of wine and decided to write a song. that song came to be the first stone set in the wall for our new EP and also an important marker for us to realize the time is right to put all our energy into this project.” – Anwai
On September 24th legendary German house DJ/producer Sharam Jey is set to release his highly anticipated third album, “Invisible” (via his very own Bunny Tiger imprint) which is comprised of 14 stellar sounding, melodic and synth-driven tracks boasting contributions from the likes of Little Boots, Dirty Vegas, KLP, Kat, Dacia Bridges and Ashibah.
We at Discobelle are extremely excited to premiere the track “Fridaycity” which features vocal offerings from British artist Little Boots, the track is the second single to be taken from the album and will be released on September 17th. On it, we get spaced out and sweeping synths, crashing pads, handclaps and hypnotizing vocals that combined makes this an all out dance jam.
Vienna based outfit At Pavillon just announced a remix package for their latest single entitled “Lions”, the track is taken from the upcoming EP, “Lions Remixes” that contains interpretations by artists/producers such as IS TROPICAL, MYNTH, CIO and EHYT which is set for release on September 7th via Austrian label LasVegas Records.
Discobelle are excited to premiere the remix from London based electronic/rock quartet Is Tropical, after their hit single “The Greeks” back in 2011 they were quickly signed to French music/fashion label Kitsuné, with whom they have released most of their music.
Their remix is filled to the brink with buzzing and intoxicating synth work, a crunchy sounding bass and a steady beat which is guaranteed to make you move.