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We’re excited to be premiering this new remix of Leo Islo’s “Blame,” by Jamie Prado. The mellow dance piece is perfect for this Monday afternoon, and we can’t stop playing it as we get through the day. According to the press release, the remix was “inspired by his frequent trips to Colombia,” where “he took inspiration … to produce this beautiful remix that features delicate guitar riffs, hypnotic piano chords, and soft drum arrangements.

The Golden Grave EP is out now, and can be found here, the remix EP pre-order can be found here.


The final release of 2016 on Heka Trax (the label spearheaded by Glasgow producer/dj Nightwave) comes in the form of the club smashing single “Heart.Beat” from Russian future bass maestro Pixelord backed with remixes from up and coming London based producer Otik and Texan Freshtill Def.

Heka Trax kindly asked if we wanted to premiere a track and the remix by Otik hits all the right feels with a bassed out, tweaked off kilter sound which draws inspiration from UK garage and grime.

Swedish duo Newtimers drops the visuals for their track “She’s A Gun”.

“‘She’s a Gun’ is special to us because it’s been in the making for quite some time. It’s been riding through life with us through make overs, relationships and walks of shame. Bang bang. Each one teach one. Listen and share the love.”

Thomaas Banks who is half of UK duo Psychemagik just delivered this incredible and pulsating, dark techno inflected remix of the new single “Lover” from critically acclaimed Australian born but now Los Angeles based artist George Maple (who is currently hard at work on her debut album which is slated for a 2017 release) and it’s accompanied by this hypnotic visual.

“Thank you Thomaas Banks for creating this absolute jam. If anyone needs me, I will be sipping my dirty martini watching 80s films in my silk kimono and dancing around my living room.”

Premiere of the Frederic Esnault directed, partyinspired visuals for the new single track “Stronger” from Norwegian producer and EDM wonder CLMD who’s coming off a huge year with 11 million streams on Spotify alone for his last single “Dust”.


Mid-week extravaganza here in the form of a smashing premiere.

TSM AKA This Soft Machine returns to Belgian label Eskimo Recordings with his release “Absence Of Rhythm” (drops December 2nd and features Swedish artist Erik Lindestad AKA The Land Below on vocal duties), the single comes backed by a remix from legendary London-based DJ/producer Rory Phillips who churns out a strutting, funked up disco version.

“I lived in London between the ages 18-21. This time changed my taste in music forever. I would do my best to be at Trash Club every Monday night. Here I was introduced to the idea of dance music and rock music being completely compatible. Hearing the Pixies & Talking Heads played along side Dance Music. I remember dancing in the side room to ESG, A Certain Ratio, Delta 5 and The Rapture. Rory Phillips was the guy responsible for the music selection and also my extremely sore legs the next day from dancing all night. I’m super excited to have Rory giving his touch to my own music.”


I think I definitely speak for the US-based writers at Discobelle when I say that I’m absolutely too stuffed with food from this past weekend to be really effective at my day job, and while I’m trying, I feel disgustingly sluggish and fatter than my normal self. With that being said, we’re getting some big help with some of the great music being thrown our way, especially with this fantastic premiere we have with MIKLO.

Comprising of Kyle Setter, Chris Garcia, and Pablo Garcia, the three make music that blends influences from rock with electronic sounds, making them sound like a blend between The Weeknd and The Neighbourhood. The Nashville based trio are looking to change the game, and if “P.E.O.P.L.E.” is any indication, they just might make it in this crazy music world.

On the track, they mention- “P.E.O.P.L.E. is an honest song that gets straight to the point and we didn’t want to waste time voicing that. The saying “people spending money they don’t have on things they don’t need to impress people they don’t know” perfectly depicts what this song is about and we’re not about that.”

Check out the track below.