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Hugo Therkelson and Alex Maksic are two former professional dancers that met at The Royal Swedish Ballet School where during their intensive touring they also started working with electronic music. Evolver released their debut album back “Sparkling City Sounds” back in 2005 and was well received by radio. Their respective personal lives came in the way of making music together and for twelve years they focused on other things although they still worked on music as side projects.

In 2017 they reunited as Ramverk and immediately started working on new material, their brand new single “Falling” will be released tomorrow October 25th via No Bad Days and we at Discobelle can premiere the chill sounding and piano laced electronica remix from fellow Swede Rasmus Faber who incorporates a pitter-patter drum line while putting the vocals at the forefront.

“Hideaway” is the follow up single from legendary Swedish house producer Rasmus Faber and songstress Frida Sundemo to their 2013 hit collaboration track “Indian Summer”.

The new single was released April 27th and features this remix from up and coming producer Lucas Nord that we can premiere exclusively right here on Discobelle, the remix is a gem with a dreamlike and downpitched composition that’s as pleasant as the May sunshine.

Lucas Nord is the newest rising star within the Swedish house music scene and he has already been quite successful with his first two singles ”Let us Stay Young” and “Close To You” and also with his remixes for the likes of Adrian Lux, Loreen and Rasmus Faber. Here he takes on Swedish crooner/lounge/pop outfit Fibes, Oh Fibes! and shifts their track “Cerahtonia” into an anthemlike club monster.

Here’s a premiere of a remix of the track du jour from the 2012 ADE conference, the original version was recently made Dance Anthem’s future anthem of the week on BBC Radio 1 – “We Go Oh” from Stockholm producer Rasmus Faber together with acclaimed German production duo Syke n Sugarstarr is here remixed by fellow Stockholm producer John Dahlbäck and this stomper of a track will invoke oh so many sing-alongs at festivals and dancefloors in the upcoming months.