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Berlin producer Ninetoes had immense success with the release of his “Volar La Pluma” single earlier this year, now he returns with a double remix package of the single track courtesy of Swiss producer Andrea Oliva and French tag team Amine Edge & DANCE. We here at Discobelle are excited to exclusively share the premiere of the Amine Edge & DANCE remix with our readers.

The remix package will be released via his own imprint Head To Toe on Friday December 13th, and Amine Edge & DANCE gives the tribalistic sounding track a grooved out and techy feel when they chop up the vocal sample and tacks on an absolutely addictive bassline.

Finnish house dj/producer Yotto released his second single “Nova” on his own imprint Odd One Out at the end of summer and on it, he took things to a more tech-directed approach. Today, we get the remake courtesy of acclaimed Australian producer Cassian who heats things up with a higher tempo and complements Yotto’s original moody brass with his signature atmospheric tones.

“I met Cassian at some afterparty in Denver a few years ago and our paths kept crossing – besides sharing a taste in protein powders and workouts, he’s an insanely talented producer and I’m pumped about his remix of “Nova.” It’s a banger and a very creative approach to the Ass Horn Track.”

After a number of hot releases in 2019, Dead Space has teamed up with G. Felix to bring listeners their collaborative Take It Easy EP. Filled with moody yet catchy tunes, Take It Easy is an EP that fans of both artists will find familiar and satisfying. Dead Space and G. Felix’s EP is out

Clyde P is a Parisian tech house producer that’s widely considered to be the best kept secret within the dance music scene in Europe. He’s also the son of the famous French singer Rachid Taha and was raised on a musical diet of funk and hip-hop which is showcased in his sound.

His new EP “The Gnawa March” EP was just released via Desert Heart Records. The three track EP takes us on a funky and housed up ride of hypnotic vocals and nasty basslines. We here at Discobelle can particularly recommend the Darius Syrossian remix of the title track.

We go way back with Dave Nada and Tittsworth and they’ve both been staples here at Discobelle HQ with a steadfast stream of quality releases throughout the last decade, this of course means that we’re extra delighted to be able to share their brand new collaboration track “Slo Ur Roll”, a dark and moody and absolutely stellar club track with a mid track tempo change.

The track is taken from Los Angeles based label Understated Recordings’ debut compilation release “All of U|S, VOL / 001” which is released tomorrow November 9th, the compilation features various flavours of house and tech-house from the likes of LA Riots, Lupe Fuentes, Anakim, Modus, Grensta, 28mm, Thomas Garcia, Nonfiction, Roy Wilkins, Missy B Joluca, WhereIsFenix, Lok N Key, Michael Fam, and Ucros.

“Dave and I have been hard at work preparing for the launch of our label, Hermanito. As a result we were introduced to Andrew via Create/Label Engine, where we became fans of Understated. From there I started work on this song specifically for the label. It i came together pretty quickly and Dave’s well known tendency to cut tempo came through once again (but maybe the song is also about aging ravers) haha? Excited to be a part of Understated fam and had a blast at my first event recently– really dope downtown warehouse party vibes. Even semi-effectively slowed my roll that night– made it in before sunrise!” – Tittsworth

Last friday British artist Little Boots dropped the remix package for her “Burn” EP (via London label On Repeat Records), the package includes remixes of all the tracks from her “Burn” EP done by 5 amazing female producers; Anna Prior, Alinka, C. Love, Ela Minus and Flor Capistran.

The collection also includes this spectacular extended and housed up edit of the track “Shadows” from Brazilian/Austrian producer/dj Joyce Muniz.