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OH SNAP! Our good pals at Bounce Boat just laid two tickets to tomorrow’s shindig on us for the benefit of you fine readers!

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‘Bounce Boat’

Winner will be announced 7/25 @ 5pm EST via twitter and notified via email.

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Limited amount of tickets still for sale HERE.


Coming fresh off their first all-original release “Lost,” the Toronto duo Free n Losh hits right back with a flip of The Weeknd’s “Often.” Their ability to mesh hip hop and electronic music together has created notable buzz and Free n Losh were named among the Top 25 Producers in Canada by our friends at Do Androids Dance. This remix of The Weeknd sees Free n Losh back at what they do best, with an added bit of tropical synth flavor to create a track worthy of all your summer pool parties.

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German production duo, Matchy & Bott are responsible for the latest release on BY Awake, a young imprint helmed by none other than Rey & Kjavik.

The lads have been making waves with heavily lauded releases on Suara and Kattermukke and their latest release here sees them in fine form. Lead cut, ‘No One Like U’ is a bouncy affair that bumps in all the right places while b-side, ‘Heating Up’ has a hypnotic bass-line and layered strings that build the energy to a peak-time frenzy. Quality stuff here!


You might remember Abu Ashley from before when we wrote about his track “Asmaa.” Now he shares his highly anticipated debut EP by the same name, which is out now on [par.ka] records. Really interesting tidbit about the EP – it was engineered by Tanner Ross (Soul Clap/Wolf + Lamb) who we’ve had the distinct pleasure of interviewing before here at Discobelle. Comprised of two originals along with two remixes, Abu’s Asmaa EP is experimental yet club-friendly, minimalistic yet meticulously intricate. Stream the full EP below.

Asmaa EP Tracklisting:
A1 – Asmaa (Original Mix)
B1 – Asmaa (Alexi Delano Remix)
B2 – Hussein Online (Vinyl Mix)
* Nado Heights (Original Mix) [Digital Exclusive]

Abu’s homegrown Middle Eastern flair for music and fashion helped him develop the signature habibi house sound he’s been championing. The past few months has seen Abu spin everywhere from the infamous Output in Brooklyn down to the Shore Club in Miami, where he’s shared the decks alongside dance music greats like Matthew Dear, Tiga, Pearson Sound, Dusky, and Kim Ann Foxman. He’ll be performing a Boiler Room set on Wednesday, July 30th and again at Le Bain on August 4th before jetting over to Europe later this summer where he’ll be opening up for Crystal Castles during Berlin Music Week.