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Brooklyn based electronica artist Rookley releases his new single “Obsidian” today via Berlin label AIMEND, the slow-moving, brooding and eerie sounding track is a nod to fellow artists such as Burial and Machinedrum. The single deals with Rookleys experiences during the recent COVID-19 quarantine focusing on the theme of isolation and loneliness.

“Get used to talking with your ghosts and your memories and the pain will slide away leaving you in peace. At least that’s what happens to me. Isolation is powerful: you just need to choose which way you wanna go.”

Swiss label À table presents their second release (drops on June 12th) and it comes from fellow countrymen in Psycho Weazel, and they’ve created a track on which drums were created solely through the mythical Korg MS-10 synthesizer.

We here at Discobelle are glad to be able to share the exclusive premiere of the remix of “Melodrama” from NYC producer turned Berliner Curses. His remix sounds like it’s taken inspiration from the likes of Cerrone, Vangelis or, Moroder, it’s an 8+ minute long fast-paced stomper with epic italo disco breaks that have been run through a post-punk filter.

The project known as Apollo Complex was formed in Melbourne, Australia while living in and traveling through South East Asia where Apollo Complex was exposed to a wide variety of music from various genres. The resulting soundscape can best be described as atmospheric, pulsating, and ethereal which are all evident in the hypnotic 7-minute long track “Skydreamer” that we here at Discobelle can offer as a premiere today.

“Let yourself feel exactly what you want to feel, let yourself be exactly who you are meant to be. Let yourself dream away to a plane where limitations doesn’t exist.”

Toronto based duo Southern Shores (Jamie Townsend and Ben Dalton) released their first EP for New York label Cascine back in 2011, with their new EP “Siena (Part I)” (due to be released on June 12th and the first of a two-part series) they aim to capture the feeling of an ocean breeze gently whipping a coastal town.

“The mood of the record is more of a sunset, rather than midday bliss. It’s that subtle melancholy that lies beneath the bright textural exterior”

The EP was written over the last year in Jamie and Ben’s shared residence – a hundred-year-old home in the Parkdale area of Toronto – the tracks on the EP contains sounds of tropicalia and funk that fade into the mix along with dreamy house and balearic.

We here at Discobelle can premiere the track “Tropea” (named after the Calabrian seaside town) which is a perfect example of the above-mentioned sound, a smooth and blissful balearic influenced jam that features a warm, funky groove and an organic sound.

We here at Discobelle have stellar exclusive for you all today. Tomorrow marks the release of the sophomore solo offering from Classixx’s Michael David, the “Melona” EP is released via New York label Cascine.

The sound of this stunning four-track EP is centered around a warm and breezy, balearic house vibe with a lush, almost ambient feel that’s absolutely in sync with the upcoming summer season.

“I’m so happy to have this release out in the world. During this time, releasing music can feel trivial, but I’ve had some very meaningful moments listening to music lately and it has helped me out. Hoping these tunes can provide even a brief moment of escapism for people feeling isolated.”

Swiss dj/producer/filmmaker Pablo Nouvelle (who has previously worked with the likes of Jessie Reyez, Anne-Marie, Dan Caplen, Bruno Major, Andreya Triana and remixed the likes of Aurora, Marina and the Diamonds, and Gorgon City) cast his remixing spell for a soulful electronica infused take on London r’n’b artist Mulimba’s latest single “Your Own Blood”, the original version was released on April 1st and the remix drops tomorrow April 22nd.

“Your Own Blood is about family. That could mean your family by blood, your best friend/ close group of friends or ultimate just somebody that you care about deeply. I wrote Your Own Blood whilst going through a rough patch with somebody very close to me, but even though we were both hurt by things we’d done and said to each other, we still had an unconditional love for each other. No matter what you’re going through, good or bad, family will always be there.”