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Melbourne producer Life Is Better Blonde releases his new single “Ghosts” today, the track is taken from his upcoming EP “Like Me” which is due next month.

Life is Better Blonde’s music is inspired by sonic accidents, broken sounding things, and old voice memos, and on “Ghosts” you can expect hypnotizing and beautifully sounding downtempo electronica.

“I’d rather leave it to the listener to interpret.”

Berlin-based duo TONI&MASH started out back in 2015 and now they debut the electro-house banger “LTGFU” which is released August 9th via Black Diamonds Records. The duo draws influences from among other things 80s new wave, electro, and R&B. The infectious synth-pop laced banger “LTGFU” should be set for some heavy rotation this summer.

“‘LTGFU’ is a battle cry for everyone who lives for the weekend, it’s a pop anthem for ravers. Spelled out, the song’s title is ‘Love to Get Fucked Up’. We think it’s pretty self-explanatory.”

Seattle based singer-songwriter Nora Rothman recently announced the upcoming debut of a new EP titled Nothing New out July 12th via Unspeakable Records. We’re proud to be premiering the final song ahead of the full project release in “dear / david.” Rothman’s latest single is the project’s most poignant and jarring single yet, a personal commentary on the #METOO and #TIMESUP movement that tells the story of her own experiences in LA working in the entertainment industry. Produced by Kate Ellwanger (aka DOT), Rothman calls “dear / david” “the feminist heartbeat to this femme-powered EP.” “It was in the middle of Christine Blasey Ford’s testimony, and my rage was right at the surface,” says Rothman, “I decided to perform the exercise myself in the form of these lyrics: writing to an actor named David and a musician named Josh, two of a number of men from my past who need to hear these words.” Stream the stirring new single below:

With a name inspired by the phonetic spelling of Saoirse, meaning ‘freedom’, Atlanta has a rising star in singer, songwriter, and producer Seersha. Today, we have the premiere of the visual for her new single “Lecture Me”, out now. Speaking to the motivation behind Lecture Me, Seersha shares:The catalyst for this song came out of a painful situation where I felt pressured to change by someone who was close to me at the time. I’ve always been a bit of a rebel and at its core, that’s what this song is about. I am not the kind of person who responds well to being lectured… then again, who really is?

Widely acknowledged French dj/producer/singer Jean Tonique has dropped hits on Yuksek’s Partyfine label in the past and now he announces a brand new mini-album “sunny side up” via his own label Tonique Records.

Leading up to the release he boasts a video for the smooth yacht rock influenced track “like you” that draws on his favorite indie-pop moments and also gives a special nod to Mac DeMarco.

“”like you” is about finding one’s soul mate, but most of all, it
is a song which makes you want to drive around in a convertible by the sea”.

NICOLAAS (formerly known as Muneshine, has worked alongside a plethora of noteworthy artists: Tom Waits, Pete Rock, DJ Spinna, Sean Price, Fucked Up, and The Herbaliser) is the new moniker of producer Rob Bakker and he makes funked up, synthy awesomeness.

His new single “Real Escape (Disco Despair remix)” will be released via Haven Sounds on June 21st but we here at Discobelle can offer up the sweet sounding and glittery disco remix from Finnish producer/dj Disco Despair as a premiere today already.

“I felt the remix needed a different approach, while still keeping the energy of the original intact. The topline has a great vibe to it, and it allowed for a little musical exploration. I wanted to bring in a little more harmonic movement and some French touch glazed with an 80’s vibe.”

London artist ECKOES is a rising star and now she releases the magnificent sounding track “Cages” from off her forthcoming EP due to be released via UK label Absent Mind. On the track she merges intimate sensual vocals with hypnotic and atmospheric electronica along with warped sounds of leftfield dance music.

“It’s an easy trap. You follow the breadcrumbs your parents/society/ the magazines put out for you because you get a little round of applause each time. Until you look up one day and you’re so far from where you yourself wanted to go. Standing there trapped, screaming in a glass cage of your own making, going through the very shiny motions because you should be happy, right? Right?”

Malmö/Berlin based producer and dj Per Hammar unleashes the latest release on his own imprint Dirty Hands, this time he signs up fellow Swede Edvin Wikner (who runs the Instance club and Maraton label) for new single “Skritt”. The single comes bolstered with a hot sounding remix from the boss man himself as well as remixes from Rowlanz and S.A.M.

The title track which we can premiere right here on Discobelle dabbles with a bubbling deep house groove on top of a hypnotic sounding warped bassline that keeps on pulling you in.