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Our Canadian friends in amazing and hard hitting Toronto based duo Thugli put together this remix for Brooklyn alternative pop outfit Little Daylight and their single “My Life” which in the hands of Thugli is redefined from an innocent pop jewel into a club ready anthem complete with a stuttering bass and epic piano breaks.

“We had a lot of fun working on this remix for Little Daylight. It was refreshing working on a song with a different feel than we’re used to and it was exciting for us to redefine our boundaries as producers. We’re very happy with the results and hope everyone enjoys it!”

soft touch

Soft Touch (Chrome Canyon and VHS or Beta) meets Walker & Royce is a match made in house music heaven. The newly formed LA meets Brooklyn duo first came to our attention earlier this year with their soulful single “Real Love,” which they quickly followed up with “Swim In The Night,” which kept the funk-filled vibes rolling. Today we’re excited to reveal Walker & Royce’s remix of the track, which is a heavy dose of groove-heavy deep house. Check it out below!


Johan Agebjörn (the producer for Swedish disco princess Sally Shapiro) will release his “Notes” album on Canadian label Paper Bag Records February 10th (at the same time a new vinyl edition of the excellent Sally Shapiro debut album “Disco Romance” will be released), the concept album starts out from the electronic piano sound of the Casio MT-52 and slants towards an ambient sound but with influences from pop and disco.

On the album, Johan Agebjörn has collaborated with Swedish balearic pop gods Korallreven and we at Discobelle are proud to premiere their remix of the track “The Right To Play”, a remix that starts out as a lush, softspoken and dreamlike discoish influenced track with a whisper of a piano only to emerge into a full blown euphoric anthem (watch out for the ravelike break).


Austin based imprint – Whiskey Pickle – had a great 2014 with releases from the likes of Walter Jones, Gavin and Robbie Hardkiss and James Curd. The boutique label is ending this year on a high note with a stellar EP from Barcelona based producer, Playless.

The two tracks “How Much?” and “Juno” showcase not only the diversity but also production quality of Playless’ sound. Kicking it off, “How Much” is straight up Chicago house with lovely piano work and MIDI saxophones. The B-Side “Juno” is just as strong, yet it’s deep rubbery bassline and cavernous reverb give it more of a gritty late-night sound.

Vulture Music label admin Xander Milne gets his hands on “How Much,” twisting and turning it into a g-house funk tune while keeping the piano and adding high-energy vocals. Not to be outdone, Abstrakt Audio takes on “Juno,” stabbing synths and shuffling high hats create a prefect mixture that’s feels right at home on a 4am warehouse dancefloor.