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Terminé is the new electroindie project from from one of Finland’s most established dj’s/producers Anton Sonin (who has released on big name labels such as Anjunabeats, Spinnin’ Records and Universal Music) and sensational singer/songwriter Ben Andreas. The pair describe their sound as “new-wave indie-rock meets the infamous Panorama Bar at Berghain”, the track that we can premiere today “Sideways” is taken from the EP with the same name (drops December 18th via Youth Control) itself is a hypnotic and pulsating electroindie anthem.


Aron McFaul burst onto the scene with the June release of his magnificent EP “From Love” on West Coast Recordings, on this exclusive mix for us here at Discobelle he continues to showcase his soundscape which is all about warm, funky and soulful vibes of balearic disco, new wave, afrobeat etc. Perfect now that the November cold has been hitting us hard, listen and be transported to the long days of warm weather.

“A couple of tracks i listen to while walking, some I play in the club when I spin records, some I havent heard in a long time but are still very important, some are stupid but cute. Some when loving, some when hating. Some I play very early, some very late and some in the middle of course. Old/new and so on.. But I like them very much and now they are all together in a mix. All Love /Aron”


The lads at Boogie Cafe Records are gettin’ into the spirit of the season and recently dropped this pair of fresh remixes for label boss, JimmyTheTwin’s latest joint, “Get Up.” Both offered for free download, first we have the ultra-funky vibes of Bristolian, Admin with his raw and chunky version that is sure to ignite any dance floor. Right behind him is Mannmademusic, taking the reins and leading us in a deeper direction with lovely organ stabs, honking sax riffs and sweet drones.


RobJamWeb drops a lovely package for 80s Child’s, Masterworks Music, with his “The Cosmic Soul EP.” Four, uptempo disco-house bumpers comprise the outing with a bevy of good vibes and catchy riffs like the anthemic, “Clap Your Hands To The Music” and The Emotions-tinged, “Like This.” “Lover’s Groove” takes things higher with euphoric moans and sunny strings while “Just A Little More” is a horn-drenched, disco roller. Pure dance-floor fire for any crowd that appreciates the boogie.


Disclosure’s highly anticipated album “Caracal” doesn’t seem to be going anywhere anytime soon. The latest single “Magnets” which features Lorde, is getting the proper remix treatment, first with A-Trak and now with the UK producer Jon Hopkins. The track is a distorted 7-minutes of furious buzzing, pounding synthesizers and heavy vocal cuts, in fact you hardly hear them at all. Listen to Hopkins’ sinister rework above.