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Born and raised in Amsterdam, Cimo Fränkel is an artist with a plethora of talent. The singer/songwriter/producer has worked with Yellow Claw, Armin Van Buuren, EDX, and more, all the while honing his skills for his own original music. With reggae vibes and twists of electronic elements, “Occasional Love” is a song that highlights Cimo’s varying influences and diverse skills. Can’t wait to hear more!

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Best part of blogging has got to be going through submissions and finding that GOLD that you can’t get stuck out of your head. Benji Lewis‘ “Drift” is everything you need to get you through the final stretch of the week, vocals and vibes aplenty. Can’t get enough? Spotify has got you covered.

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I’ve been on an indie-pop kick lately.. well, who am I kidding? I love pop music and Donatachi’s new single featuring Tashka and Blair de Milo is something I’ve had on loop since its release about a week ago. The Sydney-based artist had this to say about the fresh tune, “Once I had finally found my own sound and voice I wanted to work the friends I had started with. Everything with Tashka and Blair comes so naturally; we are all on the same wavelength creatively.”

Head to Spotify if you’re fiending for a copy.

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Adelaide by way of Los Angeles and Chicago producer/dj James Curd drops his new record “I Get Up To DC” via excellent Berlin based label Exploited this coming monday and it’s already seen support from many dance music profiles.

We here at Discobelle get to premiere B-side track “Disco Fool” which incorporates a funky organ, a strutting bassline and ultra smooth disco pads.

“One night while I was working in my new studio I got a little homesick because a fest that takes place down the street from my building was going on back home in Chicago. Derrick was playing and I grabbed some of the audio from the end of his set of him talking to the crowd and dropped it into ‘I Get Up”. “Disco Fool” was one of the only songs I made in a studio I built with an SSL desk before realizing a studio under a club was a terrible idea.”

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Montreal dance music star Tiga returns to the dancefloor and to Turbo Recordings with new single “Eye Luv U” (co-produced by Quinn of Paranoid London) which is his first new material since last years “Blondes Have More Fun” release.

“Eye Luv U” will be the first of a series of releases from Tiga on Turbo in 2017, including a fresh collaboration with Audion aka Matthew Dear.

“The title came to me while I was playing a pyramid that had been converted into a multi-purpose event space,” says the Canadian DJ/Producer. “The hieroglyphics over what is now the coat check made me imagine a world in which pictures could mean words and words could mean anything. The thing about wordplay is that it’s fascinating to conceive of different realities informed by different systems of meaning, and how each reality would invariably bend to vault me to the pinnacle of all possible worlds. It’s humbling, really.”

We here at Discobelle have been following Tiga’s career closely since we started 10 years ago and we’re super pleased to be able to premiere the remix from German producer/dj Butch who wins us over with his amazing “80s Warehouse Acid Remix”, that title pretty much gives away exactly what you’ll hear with hypnotic squelchy pads and bleeps.

Louis The Child has cherry picked some of the best female vocalists for their songs and Los Angeles based singer Evalyn is no exception. Featured on their 2016 hit “Fire”, Evalyn shares her debut solo effort “Filthy Rich”. The song is a plush, late-night confessional that runs on Evalyn’s heady R&B and jazz-tinged alto and will make you feel ‘filthy rich’.

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Feb 15 2017

California garage-pop artist DENM is currently in the studio recording his next EP, but in the meantime shares a reimagining of OutKast’s 2003 iconic single “Hey Ya.” DENM’s interpretation flips the original on its head, turning the track into a downtempo, piano-driven affair with DENM coming in softly but assuredly at the chorus.

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Panama/Berlin dj/producer duo K.E.E.N.E. (Llloyd and Kevin Keene) are about to release their “Dead Can Dance” EP on February 17th via Leena Music (the sublabel of Mobilee Records) and we here at Discobelle can premiere the B-side house scorcher “Amor” complete with a superb deep tribal rhythm and mesmerising melody.