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There is a new producer coming out of the wood works going by the name juuku who recently dropped another vibed out remix. Juuku’s latest flip is of Yetep single ‘Gravity’. The artist took an already majestic track and brought some ethereal synthesis to compliment the original vocal. We are stoked to bring this artist to you here first.

One of the hottest up and coming producers neutral. just put his magic touch on Lost Kings single “Don’t Kill My High” featuring Whiz Khalifa. His massive future bass flip of the smash hit is surely going to be heard around the festival circuit this summer.

Following up on the release of his debut EP Stay via Geffen / Interscope, rising LA-based producer DEVAULT is back with a stunning official remix for superstar Alessia Cara’s hit single, “Out of Love”. With remixes for a diverse array of artists like Rihanna, Lorde, and 6lack, DEVAULT has more than shown his deft touch with creating stunning renditions that reflect his dynamic creativity. As such, there’s no surprise here — this remix is excellent. Dive in below:

Future bass fans around the world rejoice because this Slow Magic remix of Manila Killa’s debut EP ‘1993’ is a combination we can’t get enough of. With his debut headlining tour around the corner, Manila Killa is showing no signs of stopping down. To learn more about Manila Killa’s upcoming tour, visit, www.manilakilla.com. Dive in below:

NYC based producer/dj and Fool’s Gold Records family member Sammy Bananas has been a staple here at Discobelle ever since we started out some 10+ years ago, mainly because he always keeps it quirky and fun. His debut EP for fellow New Yorkers in boutique label Bastard Jazz is slated for a release tomorrow March 15th and the “Piananana EP” showcases his signature funky and piano based club tracks mixed in with more late night action in a sweaty and packed basement kind of sound.

The track “Non-Stop” (currently the #12 bestseller on Traxsource) is in its original form a hypnotic and bass heavy stomper that Parisian producer Hugo LX transforms into an equally hypnotic track but with a more reserved and almost loungelike feeling.

After a seven year long hiatus, Gothenburg pop outfit Sambassadeur are back! Their fourth album “Survival” will be released on April 12th and will be the first release on their own label European Records. The second album single “Stuck” will be released tomorrow March 8th and we here at Discobelle can premiere the chilled out italo sounding remix from fellow Swedish artist Azure Blue who turns up the dance on this synthfilled jam.

“Stuck is the first song from” Survival “that we started to work on. The first version was recorded with a classic guitar, bass and drum setting, but when the song was finished it felt completely wrong and we had to start over again with synth bass, harpsichords and home-built drum machines, maybe we should have recorded the song as a ballad instead but this is how it turned out. ”

Later this spring, the band will go on tour and on May 10th they will appear on stage for the first time since 2012 at Debaser Strand in Stockholm.

What the what!? Not sure how I seemed to miss this Spice Girls cover from Unlike Pluto, but it recently came across my radar, and felt I had to share. This has to be one of the most unique takes on the hit ‘Wannabe’ to date.

One of the most classic tunes in dance music just got a massive remix from producer Justice Skolnik. He put his magical touch on the hit ‘D.A.N.C.E’ from Justice creating an absolute banger of a flip.