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The franskild boys are at it again after a brief hiatus, new single “Inevitable” is released today on their own label Lotss Records and features guest artist Rebekka Lydia.

“Inevitable” is a housey piano based track about love with pop melodies that were sprung out of Scandinavian darkness along with clear cut influences from UK dance music.

Husqvarna Motorcycles teams up with us here at Discobelle along with our friends in Swedish acts Aron McFaul and franskild for two exclusive mixes to coincide with the release of the brand new Husqvarna Motorcycles street ​​​bike ​​range​.

The new street bike range consists of the SVARTPILEN- and VITPILEN models that nod to the history of this classic Swedish company and brings it into today with ​​simple​​ yet​​ progressive​​ design,​​ distinctive​​ style​​ and​​ Swedish​​ understatement​.

The two mixes from Aron McFaul and franskild each correspond with the street bike models, Arons SVARTPILEN mix was made as a “…soundtrack for driving down European roads on the motorcycle at night…” and showcases his strutting balearic discoish sound while franskilds VITPILEN mix has playful yet controlled feel or you could say a simple yet progressive organic house sound.

franskild is a name you’ll most likely be hearing in a multitude of ways in the coming months and seasons since they craft superbly weird and wonderful house music. The Swedish duo based out of Copenhagen consists of master chef Love Ojensa and spaced-out architect Tim Söderström.

Their latest release will be dropped via Gothenburg/Berlin label Trunkfunk Records on June 5th, additional help comes from of Gothenburg producer Aron McFaul. He hands in a smooth and dubbed out discoish rework of the aptly titled track “Isted Grill Nights” (those familiar with Copenhagen will know all about late nights on Istedgade).

For those that happen to be in Gothenburg on Friday May 26th, check out the releaseparty at Yaki Da.

The latest release on franskild’s label Lotss Records comes from the young gun French producer Pur with his second EP for the label entitled “Feel Like Me”, the title track is a head nodder with a sweeping synth that comes in like a ton of bricks upon a pulsating ghettohouse based affair.

Caotico – Gone

Jul 18 2015

We hope you didn’t miss the latest release on Discobelle Records, the summer smash “Gone” from Northern Sweden duo Caotico, a massive track that leans on a heavy, pulsating UK garage sounding beat interspersed with robotic vocals a la Daft Punk turning this into a dancefloor bomb.

The release is backed up by smashing remixes courtesy of Sweden’s newest house hope Franskild and Toronto techno heroes in RYME.

BONUS: Peep the video too which was premiered by our friends over at Gotta Dance Dirty.