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MVRE – Future

Apr 27 2020

Rising Swedish producer MVRE collaborates with fellow Swedish singer Jonas Frisk (well known from his work on tracks from among others Tungevaag & Raaban, John De Sohn etc.).

“Future” is an electro/pop/house anthem with synths that sound like they’re taken from the melody of a lullaby and with vocals that are aching to be sung out loud.

Hotel Garuda is back with his new single “Mutual,” a follow up to “Head In The Trees” last year. Out now on Mom+Pop music, “Mutual” is an excellent indicator of his desire and ability to expand his skill set from DJ/producer to singer/songwriter, once again flexes his smooth vocal chops in his new single. “Mutual” continues the trend of reflective, vocal-driven songs from the LA-based artist, each providing a contextual look into what he’s been through in both his career and personal life to date. “Mutual is a song that describes a gap in communication, a distance between two people that is less physical than it is emotional,” he shares, “I thought it would be interesting to write about the feeling of wanting someone and being wanted by them, without any of the certainty of a monogamous relationship.”

Swedish artist/producer Mary Mi comes from a background in indie pop/folk music. Last year saw her debut EP added to the soundtrack of the Swedish independent movie “The Homecoming” and in January this year, Mary Mi went on a national tour with her band.

Now we at Discobelle can offer you a first listen of her new single “Save Time” which was released today via Aloaded.

The track deals with what we do with our time and how we’re always rushing around to save time, the sound is one brimming with crashing drums and infused with electronica.

Swedish producer/dj Storken burst unto the scene with the 2019 release of his outstanding, 80’s sounding disco monster of a single “Lille Vals” (via Running Back Records).

Just before the end of the year he dropped his new EP “You Can Call Me Storken” which is basically a selection of tongue in cheek and dope sounding edits of three very well known tracks that we here at Discobelle have been bumping alot the past month.

Los Angeles based producer Boh Doran takes on influences ranging from 90’s indie, soul and r’n’b blending those with instant dancey pop hooks and stunning vocals. She has been hailed as an artist to watch by media outlets such as Glamour, Vogue Italia, The Huffington Post etc. and her debut solo single “White Knuckles” was the 7th most viral song on Spotify’s global charts. New single “Warrior” is an empowering song with anthemlike qualities where the softer vocals are interspersed with the booming track.

“This song is about facing opposition in daily life with strength. i’m currently 38 weeks pregnant and am still releasing music despite the archaic cultural message that soon to be mothers should be hidden. where are they, we don’t see them especially in music for a reason.”

Born and raised in the ethnically diverse region of Reunion Island, NASAYA is the rising musician turning heads across the globe. Drawing influence from his upbringing, NASAYA’s musical vision is prompted by African, Indian, European, Malagsy, and Chinese cultures. Combining the sounds of his homestead, this indie-electronic aficindo creates sound pallets that colorful and culturally sound. Quickly garnering attention from music critics and fans alike, NASAYA teams up with Tim Atlas, former contestant on The Voice, to unveil their collaborative single “PLASTIC STRAW.” This funky cut is a metaphor for toxic relationships that refuse to biodegrade, just like a plastic straw. Tim’s signature vocals shimmer atop NASAYA’s groovy guitar plucks and invigorating electronic production. An exquisite showcase of artistic collaboration and interconnectivity, “PLASTIC STRAW” is a milestone release for NASAYA.