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Belgian label Eskimo Recordings once again serves up a superb release, this time in the form of new single “Totem Echoes” from Russian house/disco tag team Radial Gaze who smashes it and delivers a steadfast, dancefloor aimed track with flaky synths, call and response chants, and industrial-sounding percussion work.

“We were looking for points of perfect resonance, a concentration of mighty vibrations and a burning synthetic groove. In this bay of multicolored flows, we built the special sand structures that make up this track.”

We get a bit of slo-mo disco fun today courtesy of the remix version of Berlin producers Franz Matthews & Local Suicide and their Eskimo Recordings released single “Meditation/Tutan Jamon”, the tracks have now been giving a fresh coat of paint from the likes of Manfredas, Chaim, NTEIBINT and The Oddness.

Eskimo family member and Greek production wizard NTEIBINT leads the way with his reworking of “Meditation” that comes complete with absolutely compelling vocals and an addictive bassline that makes you want to freak out.

The new single “Meditation/Tutan Jamon” from Berlin based artist Franz Matthews and Berlin dj/production duo Local Suicide (out tomorrow March 15th via our Belgian friends in Eskimo Recordings) has been making the rounds and already received praise via various media outlets such as Resident Advisor, Magnetic Magazine etc.

We here at Discobelle can premiere the hypnotic sounding 1001 Nights mix of the B-side track “Tutan Jamon” and as you can hear it joins the dots between the grey streets of Berlin and the vibrant souks of the middle east and north Africa.

Tomorrow Friday October 12th, Belgian label Eskimo Recordings releases the new single “Athena” from German nu-disco producer Satin Jackets.

“Athena” sees him collaborate with American born but Athens based artist Anduze and the driving rhythm along with the warm and breezy melody of the track matches the stunning and soulful vocals perfectly.

“Athens, Greece has always lured me in with her warmth, charm, and overall ancient beauty. After visiting each year for a decade, I was inspired to write about the city I now live in…Once I’d finished the lyrics, the musical landscape I thought would compliment it best was a vintage and melodic electro vibe. I’ve always loved Satin Jackets’ style and production, so I thought to reach out to Tim, and I feel so fortunate that we could collaborate. The result is just what I’d pictured it to be… Athena.”

The original version of the track “Feel Me” (to be released tomorrow Friday September 21st via Belgian label Eskimo Recordings) from Paris based producer Simon Says is a sleazed up monster of a new wave/pop track (a cover of British synthpop band Blancmange and their 1982 album track), fellow French producer/dj Yuksek ups the the disco elements and the cosmic synth stabs to make it lift off into deep space.

Norwegian producer Cavego adds his track “VÃ¥r I Øyer” to the “The Purple Collection” compilation via Belgian label Eskimo Recordings, the 7th release in the label’s annual colour series of compilations. The track is a warm, upbeat disco track that shimmers like that first sunny day of the year after months of dark clouds and sub-zero temperatures.

Mid-week extravaganza here in the form of a smashing premiere.

TSM AKA This Soft Machine returns to Belgian label Eskimo Recordings with his release “Absence Of Rhythm” (drops December 2nd and features Swedish artist Erik Lindestad AKA The Land Below on vocal duties), the single comes backed by a remix from legendary London-based DJ/producer Rory Phillips who churns out a strutting, funked up disco version.

“I lived in London between the ages 18-21. This time changed my taste in music forever. I would do my best to be at Trash Club every Monday night. Here I was introduced to the idea of dance music and rock music being completely compatible. Hearing the Pixies & Talking Heads played along side Dance Music. I remember dancing in the side room to ESG, A Certain Ratio, Delta 5 and The Rapture. Rory Phillips was the guy responsible for the music selection and also my extremely sore legs the next day from dancing all night. I’m super excited to have Rory giving his touch to my own music.”