We have an exciting premiere with this video for the lush sounding remix from Stockholm based producer/artist Sailor & I of Russian duo Sex Of Insects’ new single “Om Nah Omn” (will be released on April 13th via Ylotana Music, additional remixes comes from dOP, ONO and Anatoly Ylotana.
The video is filled with psychedelic, crazy costumes along with dreamlike, tripped out visuals to illustrate what could be the soundtrack of your dreams.
The latest single from Sydney based artist POOLCLVB is entitled “Freefall” (released via etc etc) and features the vocal offerings of Queensland singer Doolie. The track is a laid-back and carefree house jam that brims with warm sounding â€˜90s nostalgia and has already seen support from A-Trak, Satin Jackets, Mike Mago, The Aston Shuffle etc.
We can offer up an exclusive premiere of the remix from UK house producer extraordinaire ZDS who supplies a pounding and dancefloor-ready house mix.
Los Angeles based producer Eric Sharp teams up with fellow Angeleno Give In – they’re both members of collective RIS Labs – for the superb new release “Version 3” which drops today via Understated Recordings. Remixes on the release comes from Tenova, Modus and Micah Smith.
We here at Discobelle have been following Eric Sharp for a couple of years and each release from him is bound to make our ears pop in a good way, we’re glad to premiere the original mix the track. “Version 3” goes deep and it can best be described as a “moody, ethereal, and melodic voyage” with chords that twist and turn throughout along with haunting bells, sweeping synths and full on basslines.
“I was exploring darker, heavier music while hanging out in the studio with my buddy Sean Patrick. We had been listening to a bunch of tunes from labels like Innervisions, Culprit, and Ghostly International. I wrote some yearning chords and melodies and began to develop the idea from there. Sean encouraged me to get really granular with the drum programming and write something with slow, subtle changes throughout. I got the track to a place where I liked it but didn’t think it was quite there yet. I sent it over to George, aka Give In, whom I’d collaborated with a few times. Rather than just give feedback, he got some ideas and ran with them. The bell sound that features throughout is actually George playing an Ikea bowl. He busted out some great countermelodies and synth sounds from his collection of analog gear and put on the finishing touches.” – Eric Sharp
Los Angeles based house producer/dj Bobby Nourmand had a huge year last year 2017 with support from big media outlets such Mixmag, DJ Mag, and Pete Tong on BBC Radio, alongside a number of chart-topping accolades across Spotify, Shazam, Hype Machine etc.
To start off 2018, Bobby is unveiling the launch of his own label DITN with the release of his “SUBTERRANEAN” EP. The EP marks him moving into a darker sounding territory with a focus on dark bassline and hard hitting drums, it’s still soulful and moving house music but with an edge that slants toward a techno sound.