New York disco/house pioneer and legendary producer/dj David Morales goes back to his disco roots and unleashes a breathtaking cover version of the late 70’s Debbie Jacob’s classic “Don’t You Want My Love” which will be released via Def Mix Music on August 11th.
Recently he created an edit of the original, which has smashed has dancefloors around the globe so David decided to recreate the song from scratch under his The Face moniker. He also enlisted Nicki Richards to provide the amazing soulful vocals for this amazing scorcher.
VALENTINE recruits the seductive vocals of Sophie Meiers and the music talents of Rob Araujo to conjure up the most unbelievably dreamy rendition of Estelle x Kanye West’s classic “American Boy.” The cover is dripping in luxurious piano cords and alluring percussion.
Swedish duo Exon Banks transforms the 50 Cent hit track “Candy Shop” into hazy, subdued electronic pop that dazzles the listener.
“‘Candy Shop’ is about asking for what you want without permission and expanding one’s perspective on femininity and gender,” they explain of the recording. “It’s about reclaiming the right to your own sexuality and transcending gender expectations. Most of all, it’s about being yourself and enjoying life.”
California garage-pop artist DENM is currently in the studio recording his next EP, but in the meantime shares a reimagining of OutKast’s 2003 iconic single “Hey Ya.” DENM’s interpretation flips the original on its head, turning the track into a downtempo, piano-driven affair with DENM coming in softly but assuredly at the chorus.
Say Lou Lou drops an end of summer treat for us and this is a stunning cover of that seminal Bee Gees track “Stayin’ Alive”.
Tomorrow Thursday May 12th sadly marks the release of the last ever single from Swedish italodisco queen Sally Shapiro, “If You Ever Wanna Change Your Mind” is released via London based Fika Recordings and contains the original version of the track along with an acoustic cover of David Guettas “Dangerous”.
We here at Discobelle are proud to present the premiere of the somewhat harder hitting and more dance friendly remix from French synthwave producer Tommy ’86.