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Rising star Allies For Everyone (aka singer/songwriter, producer and DJ Brian Suarez) already has quite a bit of street cred to his name. Following inclusion in Plant Music’s acclaimed Love Me Too compilation and his You & Me EP, Allies For Everyone returns with Feel Your Love the remixes. The five-track EP features remixes from Severino Panzetta (Horse Meat Disco), Illich Mujica, Russian duo Fagault and Marina and Allies, and two additional reworks by Allies himself, one of which we’re proud to premiere today. The House Mix of “Feel Your Love” is a melancholically contemplative track that builds into beguiling vocals, a perfect anthem for the balmy summer season. Grab the full remix EP on July 15th when it drops through KID Recordings.

Feel Your Love Remix EP Tracklist :
1. Feel Your Love (House Mix)
2. Feel Your Love (Severino Remix)
3. Feel Your Love (Fagault and Marina Remix)
4. Feel Your Love (Illich Mujica Remix)
5. Feel Your Love (Allies Deep & Dark Mix)


Adam Tensta and Carli are two of the top names in Sweden when it comes to contemporary club music, last december they decided to cram themselves into a basement studio in Stockholm to produce a collbaorative three track EP entitled “Black Taxi Joints” (released on Respect My Hustle).

We will exclusively release a new Adam Tensta and Carli joint every wednesday during the rest of June on the Discobelle Soundcloud. Enjoy the first offering called “Head Trippin” that featuring South African artist Spoek Mathambo, the track is a relentless display of synthladed and bassdriven club music.

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New NY-basee label par-ka shares their first release from tribal house producer Abu Ashley. Today you can listen to “Asmaa,” off Ashley’s four-track debut EP. Every track off the EP is meticulously symbolic, drawing from Ashley’s Middle Eastern background. Take a listen to “Asmaa” below; the EP is out July 1st on vinyl and July 8th digitally.


“Sleepers” is the magnificent result of a late night studio session between Norwegian vocalist Purpurr and hyped producer Slick Shoota. While their previous collaboration “F Dat” which was released on Mad Decent back in November 2013 was an epic club banger, “Sleepers” is filled with a more melancholic vibe with its icy, spacey chords that weaves magic around the hypnotic vocals from Purpurr and the bassfilled beat.

Catch Purpurr live at Dattera Til Hagen in Oslo this saturday June 7th for Musikkfest Oslo.


I hadn’t heard of Hardkiss before yesterday and clearly I’ve been missing out. The San Francisco group originally formed in the 90s and took a hiatus. After the death of Scott Hardkiss, the other two members Gavin and Robbie partnered with Scott’s wife to relaunch the Hardkiss Music Label with a new release, “1991,” released back in April. Now Gavin and Robbie share a remix package for the fifth track “Flowers Blooming/Glow Of Love,” which we’re proud to premiere today.

The remix package for “Flowers Blooming/Glow of Love” is a driving musical journey first stopping in ’90s Detroit before putting the top down and heading straight for the California sunshine. The original track features the vocals of Robbie Hardkiss and remixes from Mark E, Space Coast (Sleazy McQueen), Love Athletics, Curious Yellow and more. There’s truly something in here for every musical palette. Mark E’s remix is understated, driven by a funky bass guitar line while C rework is for the disco lovers. Listen to the whole remix package below.


UK acid house/techno duo Posthuman first made an impression on the world with a series of releases on their own Seed Records imprint, Manchester’s Skam and legendary UK techno label B12 Records. They did a 30 years of Acid Mix for Solid Steel/Ninja Tune that everyone’s been crazy about. Now the two are releasing a new 12″ on fellow UK label Body Work called “Decompression.” We’re excited to premiere the second track off the release called “So Cruel.” Stream it below.

Posthuman – Decompression EP:
A1 – Decompression
A2 – So Cruel
B1 – Back To Acid
B2 – Decompression (House of Black Lanterns Remix)
Digital Bonus – Step Back


Starcadian’s remix of Freak You’s newest single “There You Are” starts with shimmering arpeggiating synths before opening up to Bright Light Bright Light’s Rod Thomas’ soothing vocals. The original single is a deep and infectious House monster while Starcadian’s rework is blissed out Synthwave trip. Take a listen to both below. The full “There You Are” package features an additional remix by Edwin Van Cleef is out next week on June 2nd via Electronic Rumors.