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Kornel Kovacs (photo credit Pierre Bjîrk)

Kornél Kovacs was born in Stockholm and grew up listening to his Hungarian parents’ Kraftwerk tapes while taking drum, piano and singing classes, fell in love with jungle at the early age of 10 and started djing professionally three years later. Back in 2006 Kornél started throwing parties in his hometown, playing at clubs and festivals all around Sweden as well as in Tokyo, Mexico City, New York, London, Barcelona, Berlin and wherenot. He then began hosting the highly influential P3 Dans show on Swedish national radio, partook in the 2008 Red Bull Music Academy and played a smashing peak time set for a packed Sónar By Day stage in 2009 and continued his quest for world dominance with starting the record label/dj trio/love thang Studio Barnhus together with Axel Boman and Petter Nordkvist.

Last year year he started the Puss label together HNNY and now we get his new vinyl only single “1985 Edits” which is basically three stupid fresh edits of tracks from the year he was born, to celebrate the release we here at Discobelle got an exclusive mix recorded live in the basement of the Marie Laveau club in Stockholm that takes on a booming ride through the Kornel soundscape of dirty techno, smooth house and raved up sounds.

BONUS: As an exclusive download, Kornél graciously gave us the cozy, heartfelt and pianobased B-side track “Björn”. Enjoy!


The Boston bosses of disco Soul Clap are at it again, sultry new single “Misty” will drop on Beatport on Monday September 22nd. The track features a collaboration with legendary R&B/house vocalist Robert Owens and the club mix version of the track has been a staple in their dj-sets this summer.

We here at Discobelle are very happy to provide our readers with the free download of the super smooth and funky slo-mo remix from Soul Clap fam David Marston that should be played late at night when you’re in the mood for love.


Ilya Santana is a name synonymous with the Cosmic/Nu Disco sounds of southern Europe. The Canary Islands native has showcased an impressive body of work on such quality outlets as Eskimo Recordings, Nang, Tirk, Permanant Vacation and here, on Ruben & Ra’s, Retrospective.

Premiered here is the Rayko remix of Santana’s, ‘Big Foot,’ a slinky number with staccato guitar riffs and vintage arpeggios. Included in the package, which drops September 29th, are remixes from Nelue, Thomass Jackson and Future Feelings… a hot collection of high-stepping talent indeed.

Pre-order from Juno Download.


Powerhouse singer Inaya Day has teamed up with producer Lee Dagger on a new track called “Shelter Me” after a chance meeting on a dance floor at ADE in 2013. After the festival, the two hit the studio in London and wrote the track.

Today we’re happy to premiere UK producer Fridholm’s remix of the track, a melodic house tune with Inaya’s looping vocals giving the track a consist jolt of energy throughout.


Swedish production duo CANVAS (consists of Andycap and his brother), they just finished their smooth, balearic sounding remix of the single “Hard Time” from emerging Swedish artist Seinabo Sey. The remix unfortunately couldn’t be part of the official single release but is now ready to be unleashed, enjoy!


Our good buddies in the House Music With Love label celebrates 100,000+ Spotify streams of their summer release of the track “Filten” done by Malmö based producer Ascorbite aka Edgar Ariza with a free download of a mesmerizing, ambient sounding remix done by Spain based but Malmö born producer Alveol. The original plan was to release the Alveol remix on the EP but the best things in live should be free, so they’re releasing it as 100% free download.


Discobelle exclusive premiere!

German duo Piemont are about to unleash their debut release on legendary label Toolroom Records, their new single “Crowned” will be released next monday September 8th and the track itself is a perfect slice of organic house that jacks along with a soulful and stellar groove.


London based, Bright Light Bright Light is making waves…. it’s hard not to when Elton John is your number one fan, am I right? While currently on tour with the ‘Rocketman,’ BLBL’s sophomore album is on the way and here, we have the premiere of Alan Braxe’s remix for the lead single, ‘An Open Heart.’

Laying down a bed of perfectly tuned arpeggios and shimmering pads for BLBL’s smooth vocals to float upon, Braxe makes it clear that his recent hiatus hasn’t been spent resting on his laurels.