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Caotico – Gone

Jul 18 2015

We hope you didn’t miss the latest release on Discobelle Records, the summer smash “Gone” from Northern Sweden duo Caotico, a massive track that leans on a heavy, pulsating UK garage sounding beat interspersed with robotic vocals a la Daft Punk turning this into a dancefloor bomb.

The release is backed up by smashing remixes courtesy of Sweden’s newest house hope Franskild and Toronto techno heroes in RYME.

BONUS: Peep the video too which was premiered by our friends over at Gotta Dance Dirty.

Today we here in Sweden celebrate summer solstice and we here at Discobelle thought that it would be fitting to give away the stellar Franskild remix of “Gone” – the UK garage influenced summer smash by Swedens best kept secret Caotico that we released a month ago.

The Stockholm/Copenhagen based duo Franskild churns out a housey remix thick with Scandinavian melancholia, the vocals of the original are turned into a haunting affair all while the deep beat is sprinkled with hi-hats and desolate bleeps.

Make sure to check out the rest of the EP via the Soundcloud player below and then grab it from Beatport.

Caotico – Gone

May 24 2015

Northern Sweden duo Caotico are releasing their superb new single “Gone” right here on Discobelle Records today (May 19th), it’s a massive track that leans on a pulsating UK garage sounding beat interspersed with robotic vocals a la Daft Punk turning this into a dancefloor bomb.

The release is backed up by smashing remixes courtesy of Sweden’s newest house hope Franskild and Toronto techno heroes in RYME.

Glimmering electropop trio Caotico have been compared to MGMT and Cut Copy even though they say they’re in fact more influenced by Lil Wayne and Madonna. The outfit was probably one of hottest debut acts here in Sweden during 2011 with a range of remixes and festival gigs, with the release of their debut album in 2012 (will be drop February 22nd on Baseline) they’ll most likely be heard everwyhere. Here’s a first taste in the form of a Discobelle premiere, new single “Into The Beat” that has radio hit written all over it.