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Our good pal Lightwaves has a nice remix on New York singer/songwriter VÉRITÉ’s new remix EP also featuring NICITA (drummer for MS MR, HAERTS, etc), Carousel, and backstroke. Lightwaves’ take on “Heartbeat” sounds like a song for a rainy day whilst sitting in a coffee shop enjoying a good latte. You like lattes? Me too.


We recently featured Aussie newcomer Tyson Kraft and here we are again with his second appearance. Taking Azealia Banks’ “Chasing Time” and turning it into a lush yet chill R&B infused tune, Tyson Kraft is proving to be one to watch in 2015. The remix has been entered into Azealia Banks’ remix competition for the single, which closes today. Good luck Tyson!


We’re pleased to bring you the first listen of Whitney Fierce’s remix of Hernene’s “Rainy Dayz” here at Discobelle today. The rising vocalist and producer in the past has collaborated with the likes of Hercules & Love Affair, Eric Sharp, and my personal most favorite band ever New Order. On Hernene’s “Rainy Dayz,” Whitney Fierce adds a sophisticated bass-heavy rub that re-energizes the original. To add even more flavor to her remix, Whitney’s also included her own sultry vocals alongside the original samples. Take a listen and enjoy below!


Friday evening and we got that premiere action for you.

Parisian producer Perez with a bounced up electropop and ravey soundfilled remix of the track “Mourir Au Club” from hip hop outfit Bagarre that should have you ready for the weekend and longing for nocturnal fun by the time its length of 5:25 min has played out.


Belgium/London based outfit The Subs have bee a staple for us in Discobelle over the years, they’re renowned for both their high energy live shows and their thumping house/techno tracks. Four of the tracks from their recent album “Hologram” have now been put together as the EP “RE:Hologram” and we at Discobelle got the exclusive on the track “Cling To Love” which is a bounced up techno tune with a huge breakdown for all those epic nights.


Flashback to the 90s and being a sad adolescent listening to Jennifer Paige’s “Crush” and pining over an unrequited love. Enter 2014 with Goshfather & Jinco, JayKode, and Lauryn Vyce with their rework of the track. With a touch of trap genius, the foursome give us the next sound of bass with their adaptation of the iconic 90s single. With big, future synths and a driving bass, this track keeps some of that nostalgic feeling while revamping it enough into a song made for a new millennium of dance music.