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British duo Shy Luv recently released their latest EP “Lungs” and shared the music video for the title track. Directed by HUMANS and produced by CANADA, the video brings to life the arresting single by illustrating the song’s overriding theme of wanting to retract an open offer of love to your object of desire whose feelings aren’t openly reciprocated. In the video, the girl in question can be seen callously shooting arrows through and stomping on the beating heart of the infatuated boy.

Gothenburg based producer Donnie Castle has recently introduced himself as one to watch with the release of a single trilogy throughout 2017 about his struggle leaving a destructive life behind. The singles have received a lot of attention both in Sweden and internationally with radio plays on national radio in Sweden and Germany and being supported by Flume on his “Essentials Playlist”.

“Answers” is a Discobelle exclusive premiere and the second single track off his debut mixtape “Donnie” which is due to be released in February 2018. The track is a dark, dancey number with sweeping synths and it includes features from well-known rappers OG Maco and Rome Fortune, along with talented DC-based newcomer dopeSMOOTHIES.

“Answers” will be released tomorrow Friday, December 8th via Something Beautiful.

Black Gold Buffalo originally formed in East London back in 2014. A line-up change, a move to the South East Coast in the UK and with lots of time spent writing under their belts, the four-piece are now ready to release their self titled debut album in Spring 2018. The album tackles obstacles young people face growing up in the city, the highs and lows of inner city living, escapism, frustration etc.

Hannah Holland who plays bass in the band is also an iconic DJ, producer and label boss that most of you have probably heard of. Her distinct sound incorporates elements of house, techno and bass. Her releases can be found on iconic labels such as Classic Music Company, Crosstown Rebels, Nervous Records and of course on her own labels Batty Bass and Native City.

This exclusive Discobelle premiere of the Hannah Holland remix of single track “Pearls Deep” is a steadfast piece of darkish indie dance with an infectious bassline, a housed up beat and vocals that linger in the background.

LINES is a 4 piece out of Stockholm and their sound is one of intense, energetic pop with a little bit of darkness added to the mix.

Their track “You” was released just the other month and has already racked up almost 4 million plays on Spotify alone, we have the premiere of this amazing remix from producer Bandeauxx. who turns up the heat to anthem status with a bassed up version.

The Ghost of Helags are a Swedish duo based in Berlin and they provide us with “shy Scandinavian electronica-pop” filtered through Berlin grit. They released an EP back in March and are now working on the follow-up release as well as a European tour.

The dreamlike track “Wildest Dreams” is an exquisite piece of piano based electronic pop with stunning and hypnotizing vocals.

“This new song is a tribute to Nature and to Dreams, both scary and stunningly beautiful. The track itself was recorded in a cabin close to an army base in the middle of nowhere. Deep in the wilderness in the deepest winter, falling asleep every night to the sound of wolves howling in the wind outside.”

Incredible work by Tyson Kraft and Tiff Fung, as they team up for “Haunt Me,” the newest single to be added to my personal favorites this week. Fung’s enchanting vocals are scintillating, with Kraft providing the harder, beat-driven elements necessary to balance this track out.

Stellar new grooves coming from Auckland producers Chores who have dropped their brand new single, ‘Losing You’. It’s got all the makings of a modern day hit, moody and edgy while pristine in production. The song is about desperately clutching onto someone who you believe to be becoming distant. It also explores how people can get caught up within their own emotions when they feel they are losing someone, when in reality, it might just be their own perceptions,” Chores said.