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UK outfit HAUS are on the fast track to becoming one of the most talked about bands in their home country, earlier this summer they released the much lauded five-track debut “SWYSEP” via Atlas Artists (the EP was produced by Everything Everything’s Alex Robertshaw).

Now, London based songwriter/producer Utrecht (aka James McIntosh) has remixed HAUS’s single track “Say What You Say” into a strutting, housed up and synth-laced jam which is released tomorrow August 18th.

Norwegian pop artist Gundelach dropped his critically acclaimed debut EP last year (the EP was nominated in the best pop album category at the Norwegian Grammys and has seen serious radio play in Germany and the UK along with high streaming numbers) and he’s had a strong run this summer gaining momentum with new single tracks such as “Garden” and most recently the dark pop of “Holy Water,” which Pigeons and Planes described as “hauntingly beautiful”.

We here at Discobelle can now offer up the astounding remix for the single “Garden” by well renowned Swedish artist and producer Dan Lissvik (who is perhaps best known for his previous work with balearic disco/pop outfit Studio along with production and remix projects for the likes of Young Galaxy, Taken By Trees, HAIM, Foals, and Kylie Minogue). Dan Lissvik takes the discoish sound of the original version and adds on a warm electronic sprinkle making this a blissful track for all those late summer nights.

Gundelach is currently working on his debut LP but catch him live at the following upcoming dates:

Fri, Aug 18 // Bornholm, Denmark @ Wonderfestiwall
Wed, Sept 20 // Oslo, Norway @ Parkteatret
Fri, Sept 22 // Gothenburg, Sweden @ HokiMoki

Renowned Helsinki based artist Suad Khalifa better known as SUAD has worked within the music industry for the better part of 15 years, writing and collaborating with several artists. Most recently she performed with fellow Finnish artist Jaakko Eino Kalevi but is now focusing on her own work and a debut album is forthcoming.

We can premiere the hypnotic and dramatic dark pop masterpiece “Blue Sign” which echoes with blissed out electronica.

Big premiere today here at Discobelle! 29-year-old Stockholm based producer/dj Binnie Smalls is making waves as a hard working and acclaimed producer within the typically male dominated dancehall scene.

Back in May she remixed the track “Ben Yuh Back” by Ward 21 which also featured dancehall legend Sean Paul, and it was later pegged for an official remix. We’re delighted to premiere the newly finished banging and feel good sounding remix for Swedish rapper Mwuana and his single track “Straight Away” (the track is lifted off his newly released album “Triller”). This remix marks her 20th completed project since January.

Our favorite Brooklyn brass advocates Brasstracks have been pressing hard with their recent sprint of high octane hip-hop covers, giving both ‘All Of The Lights’ and ‘XO Tour Life’ successful brush overs throughout the Summer. Back on the original material run to follow-up on ‘Fever,’ the duo’s latest alongside VanJess pledges a more measured urban pop persuasion to their sharp and instrumentally refined club work. In the spirit of keeping things interesting and shying from the genre’s hallmark sounds, Brastracks remain one of electronic dance music’s more imaginative bunches.

Los Angeles based producer and disco music auteur Le Youth has teamed up with newcomer Ava Max for his latest single “Clap Your Hands”. It’s a real toe-tapper that pays homage to classic ’70s disco and the groove laden single yearns to be played out on dance floors around the world.