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“Everything Changes” is the latest track to emerge from PBR Streetgangs recently released debut album “Late Night Party Line”, it’s a wonderful slice of funky disco that features Mattie Safer of The Rapture on vocals and is adorned with handclaps and cowbell.

A remix package for the track drops on Friday, February 23rd and we here at Discobelle got our mitts on the exclusive premiere of the remix by German duo Tuff City Kids who manages to bring out the track into full-on house mode.

“If we had to pick one record from the album, it would have to be ‘Everything Changes’. We’re really proud of this track – it’s the one we got an instant vibe from in the studio, something just felt very on point when making it. We always knew the right vocal would fully bring it to life and Matty Safer really stepped up and smashed it out of the park! We’re so happy with the finished result!”

German duo Milk & Sugar (Mike Kay and Steven Harding) formed back in 1997 and are considered legends within the dance music scene, they’ve performed globally alongside dance music royalty such as Frankie Knuckles and David Morales, remixed the likes of Jamiroquai, Janet Jackson & Ben Pearce, and have continued to supply dance floors with a steady stream of powerful hits, both via their own imprint and on revered labels such as Enormous Tunes, Positiva, Ministry of Sound and many more.

Now they start off 2018 with the release of new single “House Dimension” (via their own label Milk & Sugar Recordings) which drops on Beatport, Traxsource, and Spotify on March 9th (pre-order here), and officially on all platforms on March 23rd. The track is showcased as an exclusive premiere right here on Discobelle and boasts all of the sonic elements that have cemented Milk & Sugar’s status as one of most renowned acts in house music, with an undeniably infectious groove that is perfectly combined with a rousing spoken word performance from Chicago based DJ/songwriter/producer Ron Carroll.

Swedish producer Donnie Castle has introduced himself during 2017 as an artist to watch with the release of a single trilogy that dealt with his struggle to leave a destructive life behind. The dark and dancey single tracks received a significant amount of attention both in Sweden and internationally.

We here at Discobelle are proud to present an exclusive stream of Donnie Castle’s debut mixtape “Donnie” which is due to be released tomorrow February 16th, and the 11 track mixtape includes features from among others OG Maco, Rome Fortune, and dopeSMOOTHIES.

Los Angeles producer Hoodboi has been described as one of the most promising artists in the electronic scene, new single “Glide” (just released via Fool’s Gold) features critically acclaimed Australian MC Tkay Maidza and pulls listeners into a uniquely smoothed-out zone of r&b mixed with house.

“Last year i took a couple steps back to realize what’s next for the hoodboi project. i spent the year writing music and working on new projects. i’ve never been more excited to show what’s next.”

Bristol duo Paragon (Tom Wheeler & Sam Shotaka) have with only four releases made their mark on the airways and in the clubs, gaining support from Spotify (Fresh Finds, New Music Friday UK), BBC Radio 1 (Toddla T), 1Xtra, Triple J (Hitlist), Kiss, Capital and many more. The duo incorporates elements of UK garage, house, drum and bass, dubstep and grime in their sound.

Now they team up with vocalist David Boomah (who is perhaps best known for his work with UK drum and bass artists such as Shy FX and Rene LaVice) for new single “Get Involved” (drops tomorrow February 15th via Paragon Sound/[PIAS]) which is a massive soul-infused bassed up house tune that has all the makings of being a serious party destroyer.

“David’s vocals just cut through anything as heavy and dark as you can make. Perfect for the style, he gets the message through and lifts it higher on each verse and chorus. Musically its about tension, release, and anticipation. You know what’s coming, enjoy the journey and then when it hits it gives you that rush and keeps you hooked for the next drop”

Australian artists Kamaliza (Kamaliza Salamba) and Third Floor (UK-born/Australian citizen Aaron Bannie) have the sonic representation of human emotion and personal relationships down to a science and they’ve now joined forces for a brand new project called Night Tales.

Night Tales’ sound is framed around a determined focus on songwriting, chord progressions, and striking lyricism.

“At the forefront of what we do is human emotion,” they write. “We’re inspired by everyday life, particularly personal relationships. People are at the core of what we do.”

Their new single “Back 2 Me” was just released via Majestic Casual and with this emotionally charged and pulsating synthbased track, the duo once again proves that they are well on their way to becoming a staple within the electronic music scene.