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Gothenburg based producer Donnie Castle has recently introduced himself as one to watch with the release of a single trilogy throughout 2017 about his struggle leaving a destructive life behind. The singles have received a lot of attention both in Sweden and internationally with radio plays on national radio in Sweden and Germany and being supported by Flume on his “Essentials Playlist”.

“Answers” is a Discobelle exclusive premiere and the second single track off his debut mixtape “Donnie” which is due to be released in February 2018. The track is a dark, dancey number with sweeping synths and it includes features from well-known rappers OG Maco and Rome Fortune, along with talented DC-based newcomer dopeSMOOTHIES.

“Answers” will be released tomorrow Friday, December 8th via Something Beautiful.

Up and coming Swedish producer Donnie Castle is releasing his latest single track “Done (Down)” (released tomorrow March 31st via Something Beautiful) which is the second part of the debut single trilogy being released this spring.

The track handles the struggle, leaving a destructive life and also friends behind and showcases a dark and skittish electro production.

“Where am I going and what do I want with my life? That was the big question i lived with after hitting rock bottom. It was time to get up and deal with the problems in my own way. I could not longer meet my oldest friend because together we became toxic. I’m really done with it, but I kind of like this living.”

“Oooh” is the debut single (was released last Friday via Something Beautiful) from Swedish producer Donnie Castle and it’s a hypnotising, dance around in your living room kind of electronic pop/housed up track.

“In 2015 I went through a rough breakup, we had been together for a long time. She moved to Malmö and I remained in my hometown Gothenburg. Since our intense relationship, I had distanced myself from former friends and was now all alone.” Castle says of the track. “This sent me down a path of pure destructiveness. During the day I earned pennies on posting bills for Gothenburg’s nightlife and nights I spent in underground clubs and found a new relationship with the drug LSD. I lived fast as the light, the money i earned was never important to me. It was the contacts, the crowd and the escape from reality.”