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British Grammy-winning producer Paul Epworth has worked with the likes of Adele, Coldplay, Bloc Party, Florence + The Machine, and Lana Del Rey. He released his new single “Love Galaxy” featuring Jay Electronica and Lil Silva about a month ago.

Now he unearths his Phones alter ego for a smooth and steadfast lo-fi house edit of the single track.

“Phones is back. The name I first released music under 17 years ago. Under the alias I remixed everyone from U2 to P Diddy between 2003 and 2013 and felt like time to bring the lo-fi house moniker back for a once over ‘Love Galaxy’.

Times have changed but Phones is still cheap.”

Parisian producer/dj Clain lays forth a funked-up version of the hypnotic and stunning track “Eme Lulu” from Angolan artist Quim Manuel O Espirito Santo (previously edited by Adam Port and the original was released via Analog Africa on the compilation “Angola Soundtrack – The Unique Sound Of Luanda 1968?-?1976”).

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.

Disco classic “I Feel Love” was produced by Giorgio Moroder and Pete Bellotte, with lyrics by Donna Summer and first appeared on Donna Summer’s 1977 album “I Remember Yesterday”, it could be considered as “one of the most influential records ever made”. Following in the wake of such high esteem is no mean feat – however – Cr2 founder Mark Brown AKA MYNC alongside legendary 90’s house duo Rhythm Masters created an edit back in 2010 which conquered the beach bars and clubs of Ibiza throughout that season.

Since then, the edit has remained in the Cr2 vaults awaiting a refreshed version for the changing face of electronic music in 2017 and beyond… Finally, the moment came, alongside the labels “Past, Present & Future” series which has seen some of the most exciting producers reinvigorate Cr2classics, it became clear that this particular edit was worth an overhaul.

Handpicked for their notable underground style, Glaswegian duo Illyus & Barrientos fires up their signature club-ready house style and transforms the track into an even bigger, floor-filling thunderous anthem.

You can pre-order the track here.

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.

Up and coming Glasgow-based artist C Duncan released the follow-up album “The Midnight Sun” (via Fat Cat Records) to his acclaimed and Mercury Prize nominated debut album “Architect” back in October last year.

Now we get the digital-only “Like You Do” remix EP of two tracks taken from the album, we here at Discobelle can premiere the remix from London house producer KDA who puts his trademark spin on the track “Do I Hear” giving us a lush and beautiful version using the soothing piano line of the original combined with skittering drums and soft vocals that builds up to the euphoric sounding ending.

C Duncan kicks off his UK headline tour today, check out the tour dates and buy your tickets here.