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Described as “like Flume making out with Jamie xx whilst listening to Hudson Mohawke make out with SOPHIE”, the havoc-wrecking new single from highly praised London producer MODEL 86 “I Don’t Wanna Go” was released just before the weekend.

The new single offers further insight into what we can expect from MODEL 86’s forthcoming debut album. The track is built around a relentless vocal loop, synths that shine like diamonds and a huge bass drop.

“I wanted this to stop the club and freak everyone out with the drop”

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.

Glassio is reflective, alt dance-pop duo consisting of Sam Rad and Charlie P, met at NYU’s Clive Davis Institute after being paired on a project and instantly formed a bond. Their new single “Morning House” was written out of their bedroom studio and features fellow NYC artist Charles Fauna. The song fuses an electro-pop production along the lines of Flume with soulful and melodic vocal arrangements comparable to Bob Moses.

It’s rainy here in the city of Los Angeles, where me and a couple other writers reside. It’s made the city feel bleak and dark, but luckily we’ve got some great tunes coming our way that’s saving us from the pains of this week.

Geoffro is most famous for his work with Flume, which has already gotten him nominated for a Grammy, but he’s ready to start making a bigger name for himself within the public eye. The Cleveland-native is vulnerable to the audience in his new track “Quicksand,” and his incredibly intricate production and stunning lyrics make this easily one of the best thing we’ve heard this week.

On the track, he notes:

“This song has a couple themes inspired by a relationship, but also seems to reflect the weird times we’re going through in the world today. I got to work writing this song immediately after my first session with Flume”

Listen to the track below.