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Mattie Safer first captured the public’s attention with his era-defining work as the bassist and co-lead vocalist in seminal NYC outfit The Rapture. He’s gearing up to release his new EP “All We Are (Remixes)” on June 30th. The single features remixes of songs from his debut solo EP “All We Are”.

We here at Discobelle can premiere the remix from moombahton pioneer Dave Nada which is basically a sultry lovers jam for those that feel like slow dancing their summer away.

Copenhagen-based producer O/RIOH with a hauntingly beautiful electronica remix of the track “Give Me Your Heart” from fellow Danes in duo Feel Freeze.

“‘Give Me Your Heart’ is about love on several levels. First of all, the song is about falling deeply in love without looking back. It is a song about that moment where everything comes together and feels magical. But the song is also about universal love between people across borders, cultures, and norms. It’s about lowering the barricades and facing the world with openness and trust. It’s about listening to what others have to say with an open heart. Therefore, we always encourage people to hug a stranger when we play this song live. We want to unite.”

We can premiere Amalie Sillat directed the visuals for the track which features friends of Feel Freeze declaring their love and respect for eachother right here on Discobelle.

BANKS embodies everything that is right in music right now; her unique and passionate approach to pop music is very much her own and has opened a door for aspiring artists that don’t exactly fit the mainstream structure. The lead single off her latest album, “Fuck With Myself,” tells the story of putting herself first in a toxic relationship.
London production trio Ivy Lab slows down the already downtempo record and adds heavy synth and bass to emphasize the intended emotions of the record.

French collective Slow Hours- comprised of Astre, Khamsin, Kidswaste, Kultur, Lain and Rusty Hook- put a cinematic spin on Petit Biscuit’s deep house anthem, “Sunset Lover.” The combination of individual styles evoke a raw, atmospheric and emotional ballad nearly unrecognizable from the original.

franskild is a name you’ll most likely be hearing in a multitude of ways in the coming months and seasons since they craft superbly weird and wonderful house music. The Swedish duo based out of Copenhagen consists of master chef Love Ojensa and spaced-out architect Tim Söderström.

Their latest release will be dropped via Gothenburg/Berlin label Trunkfunk Records on June 5th, additional help comes from of Gothenburg producer Aron McFaul. He hands in a smooth and dubbed out discoish rework of the aptly titled track “Isted Grill Nights” (those familiar with Copenhagen will know all about late nights on Istedgade).

For those that happen to be in Gothenburg on Friday May 26th, check out the releaseparty at Yaki Da.