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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 Swedish artist Olsson is entitled “U”, it received a fantastic and Swedish Grammy-nominated visual treatment last month.

Now, we’re happy to hear the official remixes pouring in. The first one came courtesy of Albin Myers and now we get an early Christmas present from one of our favourite (and from what we gather Olsson is also a big fan) dj’s/producers namely Anton Klint (also known for his work with Tiedye).

He churns out a spectacular and hypnotic cosmic/psych-disco sounding remix that sets the perfect tone for any 3 AM laid-back rave mode.

For all you Thanksgiving celebrators out there, here’s the perfect track to get into the groove and start dancing away that turkey/tofurkey or what might be your eating pleasure during this holiday.

Los Angeles based duo Pacific Horizons are purveyors of psyched out balearic sounds and this exclusive 7″ “Burning Stars” that drops today via Deus Records is a fine example of just that sound, on remix duties we have fellow Angelenos in husband/wife duo Peaking Lights who drops a 6 minute long funked up, blissful reworking that also lurks forward with a sinister underbelly.

Foreign Air is the nomadic duo of Jacob Michael and Jesse Clasen who recently revealed the final cut “Better For It” off their debut EP “For The Light,” available now. An ethereal experience from the soothingly sensual opening notes to the soaring instrumental production, “Better For It” is a cool, moody soundscape with warmth in its edge.

Italian duo Niagara are about to release their new album “Hyperocean” which happens to be their most experimental effort to date and combines their pop music with combining glittering electronica, dark psychedelia and their sweeping arrangements are accentuated by spluttering rhythms. Check out the Discobelle premiere of the album track “Solar Valley” below.

“We are really excited to drop the first track from our new album, ‘Hyperocean’. ‘Solar Valley’ has two parts – one written by Gabriele Ottino and one by Davide Tomat – which convey two emotions: fear of the destructive power of flames and hope for the salvation brought by rain clouds.”

October 2nd marks the release of the second album from German quartet ABBY, “Hexagon” sees them incorporating more electronic elements into their dark psychedelia sound. ABBY have already collaborated with the likes of Moderat, George Morales and Apparat in the past and also appeared on John Talabot’s DJ-Kicks compilation so the electronic elements comes as no surprise. On the new album they’ve worked together with Brandt Brauer Frick and Pan-Pot.

We here at Discobelle can premiere the track “Hold Out And Drive” which is a soothing and soulful electronica number with pitter patter drums and hypnotizing vocals.

Vocalist and producer Nicky Blitz dropped a new EP earlier this month that can best be described as new wave rockabilly. His songs will send you flashbacks of weirdo house parties and legendary prom nights. They’re as elegantly designed as a vintage suit and as liberating as ripping it off. The last few years have seen Nicky writing for some of pop’s biggest names including Miley Cyrus and Icona Pop, and his “Hawk” EP is his first full solo effort.