Warm and soulful electronic pop from London based artist Fifi Rong who draws inspiration from reggae/dub elements with upcoming single “The One”, which will be released on October 13th.
Listen to the premiere of the track right here on Discobelle and use the track to hold off the inevitable autumn feelings which should be right around the corner.
“Whereas a lot of my songs/productions represent only a part of me, this track sums up my creative evolution really nicely. It combines my very early influences in sounds and the most recent progress in my song writing. It’s something I’m proud to present as a true reflection of where I am musically. Whilst the soundscape of this production is dark and quirky, I’m definitely having fun with it all, finding peace in seemingly bad situations and enjoying life as it comes.”
Born and raised in Amsterdam, Cimo FrÃ¤nkel is an artist with a plethora of talent. The singer/songwriter/producer has worked with Yellow Claw, Armin Van Buuren, EDX, and more, all the while honing his skills for his own original music. With reggae vibes and twists of electronic elements, “Occasional Love” is a song that highlights Cimo’s varying influences and diverse skills. Can’t wait to hear more!
Australian producer Inkswel is as most of you already know a major production talent across 80’s boogie funk, early hip hop, soul, disco, house, smashing edits and more.
He offered our friends in NYC funk outfit FSQ an opportunity to do a remix for his next remix EP single. The track “Together” is taken from his latest album “Unity 4 Utopia” (which was recently released on https://soundcloud.com/bbemusic“>BBE Music) and features the amazing jazz/funk/soul vocalist Colonel Red on lead vocals. The remix EP drops June 3rd.
The FSQ remix was recorded in Greenpoint, Brooklyn in early April 2016 at the studios of Soul Clap Records artist Midnight Magic in a collaboration together with label mate and Jamaican native David Marston.
The track is transformed in a typical FSQ Caribbean Disco style, “a la Sly and Robbie” with a warm, funked up feel, a tasty guitar skank and some sweet reggae piano – making this something we’ll blast at all our upcoming outdoor parties and you should too.
Sunshinefilled and wonderful edit from Secousse of the reggae/disco jam “Keep On Dancing” by Glenn Riccs.
Made in Jamaica. Island Life presents the Cherry Juice video. Shot entirely on an iPhone on our last trip down to the island. We capture scenes of Kingston, Blue Mountains, and my hairless chest. Hope you enjoy watching it as much as we enjoyed making it. Respect!
Posted by Nick Monaco on Monday, February 8, 2016
David Marston continues his streak of warm, soulful and dancey remixes with this superb rendition of the Wild & Free single track “Low Pressure” (the original was released earlier this year on Los Angeles based label RIS Labs), David makes sure a Jamaican influences shines on this remix and we can’t think of a better suited end of summer track.