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London based artist Lucy Mason had a great run last year with the release of her hit single “Hunger” that was followed up by her critically acclaimed debut EP and praise from the likes of The Independent, The Metro, Wonderland, The 405 and The Line Of Best Fit.

She just signed to Anti-Fragile and she has alot on the horizon for 2018, starting with the release of her new track “Save Your Breath” which you can listen to exclusively right here on Discobelle. The track itself is a beautiful and haunting dream pop gem.

She’s performing in Berlin on March 12th.

Brand new imprint Happy Camper Records (founded by Britta Arnold, unders and Noraj Cue) drops new single “Time To Waste” (pre-order here) courtesy of Bar25 legend, KaterBlau resident and Berlin mainstay Jake The Rapper. The American-born singer/dj/producer has been in Germany long enough now to understand the art of making an “Ohrwurm” (=earworm) – “Time To Waste” is one of those tunes that keeps resonating inside your head long after you’ve heard it. With its thumping beat, catchy vocals and roaring synthline, it’s bound to set any dancefloor ablaze.

Although many believe “Time To Waste” is a love song, Jake actually wrote it for his friends:

“I was at Kater one morning, getting tired of the cyclicality of raving, thinking I really ought to go home and kiss my wife, take care of my kids, get some sleep, get my life together and get some music done. Some friends wanted me to stay and keep dancing. I was like: ‘If I had any time to waste, I’d waste it with you. But I don’t so… Bye!'”

As is the custom in the Happy Camper family, a string of befriended producers have provided their own interpretations to the original track.

The stunning remix from acclaimed French outfit dOP that we here at Discobelle can exclusively premiere settles for no less than a mesmerizing synth combined with acid bleeps and an absolutely relentless and stomping bassline.

German duo Piemont consists of long-time friends Frederic and Chris, the pair first decided to make music
together back in 2007 and, since then, they have gone on to establish themselves in the techno scene with releases on acclaimed labels such as Monaberry, Lapsus Music, Glasgow Underground, Exploited, Definition Music and Toolroom.

Piemont’s sound can best be described as organic techno with a preference for ambient sounds, melodic lushness and abstract electronica.

Their new EP “Caress” will be released on their own imprint Moonless Air on Friday, March 2nd and we’ve got the premiere of the B-side track “Endless Sea” which is a rolling tech-house stomper complete with intricate percussion and eerie vocals.

Norwegian producer Cavego adds his track “Vår I Øyer” to the “The Purple Collection” compilation via Belgian label Eskimo Recordings, the 7th release in the label’s annual colour series of compilations. The track is a warm, upbeat disco track that shimmers like that first sunny day of the year after months of dark clouds and sub-zero temperatures.

Brynäs is a Swedish hockey team but it’s also an electronic music duo comprised of two Swedish brothers that have relocated to Berlin, they’ve previously been members in outfits Alberta Cross and The Ghost Of Helags but Brynäs is their new side project.

The duo are in the process of finishing their debut EP and a first taste is the debut track “Trigger” which will be released on Friday, February 23rd, it’s an uplifting, exquisite piece of electronica/dance-pop that’s awash with pitter-patter beats.

“Everything Changes” is the latest track to emerge from PBR Streetgangs recently released debut album “Late Night Party Line”, it’s a wonderful slice of funky disco that features Mattie Safer of The Rapture on vocals and is adorned with handclaps and cowbell.

A remix package for the track drops on Friday, February 23rd and we here at Discobelle got our mitts on the exclusive premiere of the remix by German duo Tuff City Kids who manages to bring out the track into full-on house mode.

“If we had to pick one record from the album, it would have to be ‘Everything Changes’. We’re really proud of this track – it’s the one we got an instant vibe from in the studio, something just felt very on point when making it. We always knew the right vocal would fully bring it to life and Matty Safer really stepped up and smashed it out of the park! We’re so happy with the finished result!”

German duo Milk & Sugar (Mike Kay and Steven Harding) formed back in 1997 and are considered legends within the dance music scene, they’ve performed globally alongside dance music royalty such as Frankie Knuckles and David Morales, remixed the likes of Jamiroquai, Janet Jackson & Ben Pearce, and have continued to supply dance floors with a steady stream of powerful hits, both via their own imprint and on revered labels such as Enormous Tunes, Positiva, Ministry of Sound and many more.

Now they start off 2018 with the release of new single “House Dimension” (via their own label Milk & Sugar Recordings) which drops on Beatport, Traxsource, and Spotify on March 9th (pre-order here), and officially on all platforms on March 23rd. The track is showcased as an exclusive premiere right here on Discobelle and boasts all of the sonic elements that have cemented Milk & Sugar’s status as one of most renowned acts in house music, with an undeniably infectious groove that is perfectly combined with a rousing spoken word performance from Chicago based DJ/songwriter/producer Ron Carroll.