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New York club night turned label Kaviar Disco Club drops their inaugural release on March 6th which features disco/house from NYC/Philly producers with stripped down and beefed up sample grooves that are true to the NYC sound. The release features tracks from the following Jacques Renault (Let’s Play House, DFA), Matpat (Exploited, 124 Recordings), Evan Michael (Drumpoet) and Higgins (Nervous Records).

We here at Discobelle present you with a vinyl only track, the feel good, soulful and hornlaced stomper “Searchin” from Philadelphia powerhouse Matpat, now feel free to dance away into the weekend.

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Fresh faced wunderkind, Cody Currie, looks to Better Listen Records to host his sophomore EP after a stunning debut on Pusic late in 2016. Clocking in at just 22 years of age, this London based producer has firmly established himself as one to watch in 2017. The staggering quality of his efforts thus far are shocking and it’s no wonder that the DC imprint quickly snapped up a grip of his tracks for 12″ release.

Unsurprisingly, we felt a similar urgency when the promo for the “Beer Machine EP” came across our desk and eagerly jumped at the chance to offer a premiere stream. On tap, we “Dynamite! (Disco Mix) for your listening pleasure and we have to admit, it’s got us giddy with excitement and doing the seated shuffle in our chairs at present! A chunky, dust-covered break beat opens the scene, joined shortly by filtered bass grooves and jangly guitars while hazy chords and arps punctuate the layered rhythms.

It’s ace tackle that leans heavily towards the productions of luminaries like Brame & Hamo or Fouk… something which, I for one, certainly ain’t mad at!

Pre-order here.

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New UK based label Strangelove heads out of the gate at breakneck speed March 3rd with their smashing inaugural release “A Little Weird EP” which comes from prolific SF-based producer, Anabatic Records founder, Dirtybird affiliate and Discobelle fam Worthy.

The title track is offered right here as a Discobelle exclusive premiere and it’s an hypnotic, acid bleeped out, bass filled techy monster that will leave clubs in shambles.

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“Paralysed” is an exquisite slice of electronic pop from London duo Majik.

“Paralysed” is a song written from the midst of being disconnected with reality – encompassing two hearts seeing entirely different perspectives; whilst one suffocates until a natural realisation occurs – breathing life into the darkness.

Bonde do Role meets techno in Sofi Tukker’s new politically charged single “Greed”. “‘Greed’ has been the government’s M.O. this year–and it’s not just about one man. This is one of the first times Sophie has ever screamed. Unfortunately, there is a lot to scream about right now.”

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Next stop on the Discobelle Premiere Train is this lovely little throw back jam from the lads over at Krankbrother. This pair of British producers/DJs/Promoters/Label Heads/actual brothers are dropping their latest release, the “Dreamscape EP,” on Friday and we have the B-Side cut, “Disappear Here,” for your listening pleasure.

Ethereal pads set our scene and filtered arps and melodies build until a softly subdued, 4/4 kick sets the pace. Taking us all the way up to the 2 minute mark, our basic groove gives way to a classic breakbeat as a Moog-flavored bass melody chimes in and takes the vibes higher and higher. The true Balearic nature of the track unfolds over a generous, 8 minute arrangement that is more than likely to soundtrack many a sunrise set over the coming months. Gorgeous!