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Australian producer Isaac Tichauer drops his new remix version of single “Street Lessons” via British label LOFT Records – released digitally on April 22nd – and an all star cast consisting of Bicep, Hackman, Dorsia and Lancelot join in on the fun.

The remix from London duo Dorsia is premiered right here on Discobelle, the pair turns up a wobbly piano and a dark beat to lead the track into epic house territory.

London based house music label Anjunadeep launched in 2005 as Above & Beyond’s label but in the years since then it has taken on a life of its own. With an aesthetic just as thoughtfully curated as its releases, Anjunadeep is purposefully minimal yet meaningful. In addition to hosting a weekly radio show “The Anjunadeep Edition,” the label focuses on promoting rising deep house artists and has propelled the careers of such artists as Lancelot (we’ve written about Goldroom’s remix of his track “We Can Dance” several years ago), Shur-i-kan, and Amine Edge. Take a listen to some of our selections of recent Anjunadeep releases below.

Forthcoming from the ever on point, Anjunadeep label, the lead cut from Aussie beatsmith, Lancelot. “Givin’ It Up” features a double threat, vocal attack from Antony & Cleopatra (a new duo made up of Anita Blay, formerly CocknBullKid, and Alex Burnett of Aussie band Sparkadia) and beaucoup layered pads and chords.

Paired with b-side, “Make Ends Meet” and remixes from MK and Issac Tichaur vs Nibc; the January 20, 2014 release date just seems so far off… Bye 2013, Bye Felicia!

Support from The Magician, Aeroplane, Moon Boots and T.Williams.

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After a wild video and an equally wild trap style remix from producer Ta-Ku, Australian outfit Clubfeet and their sparkling track “Everything You Wanted” (taken from their recently released album “Heirs & Graces”) recieves a deep house, dubbed out 7-minute long affair from fellow Australian Lancelot with maintained synths and an included breakdown for that hands in the air moment at the peak of a dark and stormy club night.

Continental Records brings us Australia’s RÃœFÃœS for a remix package of their tracks “This Summer” and “Selena” featuring some Discobelle favorites JBAG, LANCELOT, Frames, Softwar, and Parachute Youth. RÃœFÃœS first stepped onto the scene after grabbing the attention of French label Kitsuné and now they’re working on a debut album set to be released in 2012.

On the remixes, first Continental’s own JBAG turns “This Summer” into a poptastic, dancefloor-friendly jam. Next, Australia’s own Softwar hits a sombre vibe until Summer of Love pianos flip things around. The Parachute Youth get the big synths out and craft a ballad you can dance to. On “Selena”, Lancelot goes for a deep, funky sound while Frames ends the package with a bouncy balearic makeover. The remix package has already gotten nods from acts like Punks Jump Up, Jeremy Glenn, The C90s, In Flagranti and Moon Boots.