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Now that summer is upon us, the title track “Set Me Free (Song for a Person Walking Away)” from the new EP by Los Angeles disco/funk lover LUXXURY is the perfect soundtrack. It’s a simple yet highly effective disco tune with a strutting bassline, a melancholic sounding chord progression, and a pleading vocal mantra.

Swiss label À table presents their second release (drops on June 12th) and it comes from fellow countrymen in Psycho Weazel, and they’ve created a track on which drums were created solely through the mythical Korg MS-10 synthesizer.

We here at Discobelle are glad to be able to share the exclusive premiere of the remix of “Melodrama” from NYC producer turned Berliner Curses. His remix sounds like it’s taken inspiration from the likes of Cerrone, Vangelis or, Moroder, it’s an 8+ minute long fast-paced stomper with epic italo disco breaks that have been run through a post-punk filter.

Swedish but based in Berlin duo The Ghost Of Helags has been featured extensively here on Discobelle, their new synth laced single track “Chemistry” was released a couple of weeks ago. The track was written as the band found themselves traversing across Europe after-hours in the ghostly grip of midwinter. Winding their way through darkened streets and desolate suburbs, the eerie world beyond the windowpane and its mysterious spectres began to drift into a new song; words and music falling into place like breath condensing on cool glass.