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Resident Los Angeles artist Jaymes Young announces the release of his debut album “Feel Something” and teases the title track. The emotionally stirring single touches on disillusionment with love and reaches a cathartic climax two and a half minutes in with the lyrics “so if you’re gonna stay then stay, if you’re gonna go make sure that you hurt me just enough to feel something.” Jaymes plays the Troudabour in LA this summer on July 11th.

Umeå rapper Skrrk (AKA Erk, from the Trainspotters and Random Bastards crews) has teamed up with producer Min Vilja Är Folkets (Northern Tactics) for the album “Törley Törpers” (the title is an homage to Sweden’s favorite brand of cheap sparkling wine).

The album dropped last week and now we get the visuals for the piano-laced track “NEBUKADNESSAR”.

Montreal-based label Ghost Club Records are keeping busy with a steady output of quality releases, their latest release dropped last week and comes from producer Lust, it’s entitled “Demons & Blossoms” and it’s no exception to the statement mentioned above.

Lust explores a cinematic, housey sound that’s dipped in darkness but also lets the light shine through.

“It’s a musical study about the inner fights that we all live throughout life. Demons being the battles and Blossoms, the aftermath.”

We at Discobelle can premiere the Arturo Fransolet directed visuals for the A-side track “Demons”.

I heard TITUS‘ song “Runnit” a little while ago and was pretty impressed so it was pretty interesting to see him team up with another emerging producer in MEMBA. Their new collaboration straddles the line between new-school hip hop and pop music – and it does it pretty well. “Pull Up,” and vibe to this ish.

LA-based singer-songwriter Axel Mansoor’s refreshing second single, “Out Of My Head,” is out now for streaming and purchase. Being an artist is challenging – In regards to the song, he opens up and shows off his vulnerable side, citing the influences behind his creative process, “‘Out of My Head’ is a song that’s about releasing yourself from the shackles of the inner critic. That voice that says ‘you can’t do it, and you’ll never be able to.’ It’s an anthem about coming to terms with the chips that we stack on our shoulders and letting them go.”

Is there anything Moving Castle puts out that isn’t really freaking addictive? SAKIMA dropped his new single “Happy Hr,” and I’ve had the song stuck in my head since first listen. He says, “it’s actually about being over-obsessed with a guy I dated.” We’ve all been there – love is a helluva drug. Dive in and dance your love drama away.

Might’ve just found my new favorite artist in Jacob Banks. The native Nigerian released his new five-track EP, The Boy Who Cried Freedom via Darkroom/Interscope and it’s got those soul-vibes that’ll make a grown man feel some type of way. It’s tough to pick a standout track but “Mercy” is a great place to start. Stream it below!