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Morgan Hislop is a London-based multimedia artist, designer and music producer/DJ that has worked for a range of clients, including LAD Bible, Topman, EMI Music, Big Dada, Innovative Leisure, Nest HQ, Man Up Girl and had work showcased on Dazed, Clash, Noisey, Dummy and MTV, as well as exhibited internationally.

Following from a number of years playing drums for UK producer Tropics and organising club events, Morgan has broken away with his own electronic solo project in the last couple of years.
Morgan released his debut EP entitled “Smitten” at the end of 2015, followed by a double A-Side single in Spring 2017 on US label DESKPOP. Morgan also is a regular DJ for underground pop label Limited Health, with a fortnightly show on Radar Radio in London and is about to make his Moveltraxx debut with “Pecadilloes & Falsehoods” part of the upcoming “Street Bangers Factory 7” compilation (which is released tomorrow Friday May 19th) alongside club music mainstays Nadus, Big Dope P & TT The Artist.

We here at Discobelle got the hook up for the premiere of the track “Peccadilloes & Falsehoods” which is a synth-infused, sped up vocals, feel good stomper of a club track.

NYC duo Tempers are releasing their “Fundamental Fantasy” EP this Friday February 24th via The Vinyl Factory. It’s a follow-up to the band’s 2015 debut “Services” which won praise from the likes of Pitchfork, The Fader, Stereogum and Noisey to name a few.

“‘Fundamental Fantasy’ is about exploring the creative scenery of romantic illusions. Our need for them, how we justify them to ourselves, that moment when the imagined story line collides with reality. The ways we fictionalize people to fit into the narratives we have about love – to reflect our own beliefs, virtues and flaws. It is about celebrating fantasies swelling and getting undone, so we can pick up the pieces and craft new ones that serve us better’

The duo (Jasmine Golestaneh and Eddie Cooper) create an emotional and tonal tension of sensual and mechanical impulses with their brand of dark electronica that sets haunting songs to a sinister disco beat and pop melodies floating in an almost industrial soundscape.

Here in an exclusive Discobelle premiere, Paris-based producer Joakim remixes the band’s latest single “Tail In My Mouth” into a highly hypnotic dark, leftfield electroish remix that’s propelled forward with a steadfast beat.