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Audio Dope is a Swiss artist signed to Majestic Casual and Radicalis and he has been compared to acts such as Mura Masa and Caribou.

We here at Discobelle can premiere the first single “Floating” taken off his self-titled debut album, the track is crisp like a sun-filled winter’s day and features an acoustic foundation that shifts to spliced vocal fragments, weaving drums and beautifully layered synths for a breathtaking piece of electronica.

Smooth, sensual, and intrinsically emotional, Provocado‘s “Only You” has the makings of late night lovers jam. The visual for “Only You,” out today and premiered here via Discobelle, portrays the underlined communiqué of the song’s title via homing in on a day-in-the-life of one beautiful metropolitan woman walking the streets of Manhattan. New York-based musicians Derek Chilvers and Eric Essebag have done a magical job of capturing the essence of the city that never sleeps, injecting heaps of New York soul and flair into their newest single. Watch the video below:

Video Shot by Yurek Akbar

 

 

Ethan Parker is only just beginning to make his mark on the music scene and we are very happy to be able to share his latest work, “Feel Something.” With 1 prior release under his belt, it is a magical experience to watch his sound evolve.

“Feel Something” is upbeat, disco infused hit that effortlessly couples with Parker’s melodic vocals.

“I wanted to try something different with this song. Something that moved people, literally. I hear so many dance records that I enjoy with great melodies and cool lyrics, but they can be very surface level at times. My goal was to incorporate my own perspective into something with dance vibes. “Feel Something” is a song about purpose. People need to know what they’re living for and why they’re living. It’s so easy to be swayed by the latest trend or by what everyone else is living for, but once you find that purpose and the reason for why you live you start to feel passion. That’s the something I want people to feel.” – Ethan Parker

French electronic artist/producer Dim Sum is gearing up to release his brand new single track “Just Need”, which is the final taste before his upcoming new EP “Stay” is due out tomorrow Friday Oct 27th. The previous EP single track “Stay” was released just last month and has seen massive success, hitting #1 on Hype Machine and being listed on Spotify’s New Music Friday France.

Dim Sum describes the release: “I made this EP with the idea of making music that you can both dance and think to. Music that you can share with the people you live with, and those that you miss. Move to the beats or get lost to the melodies, depending on how you’re feeling it. I hope it can be felt when listening.”

“Just Need” boasts a bounced up electropop groove, soothing vocals and a super catchy synthline making it immediately hook into your brain and not letting go.

Stockholm based producer Mountain Bird creates a wonderful world of indie-electronica with an 80’s inspired analogue synth sound. His remix for fellow Stockholm artist Amanda Mair and her recently released single “Rush/Wednesday” is the first recorded collaboration between the two and the remix itself is 3 minutes of fantastic and dramatic sounding dance pop.

”I heard the magical vocal track and the feeling hit me. Produced a remix of Rush. Had some coffee. Cried a bit. Laughed. And then I sent the bounce to you.”

– “This is what Mountain Bird answered when I asked him about the remix. And my first reaction of the remix was, ‘wow first time I see myself as Beyoncé in a music video dancing in a sweaty desert.’ And I couldn’t resist myself for loving that thought (and the remix of course).” – Amanda Mair

Amanda Mair will release a new EP entitled “To The Moon” in November and stay tuned for more.

The visuals for the breathtaking, soulful electronic ballad “Ocean’s Floor” from California artist Elisa Rose. The track is taken off her upcoming album, “Breath & Bones” which is due to be released later this year.

“I wrote “Ocean’s floor” when I was 17 years old and falling deeply in love for the first time. It spoke to my experience of wanting to share all of myself with my beloved; to journey into the depths of intimacy with him. The lyric, “…the more that you love, the more that you must let go…” came to me when I contemplated the reality that our relationship would ceaselessly change and ultimately dissolve back into the great mystery. With the sincerity of my love for him came an understanding to continually let go of my expectations of him in order to see who he truly was.”