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Slow and sultry summery vibes from Swedish artist Henric Claes, the B-side track “Good Morning” is a Lissvik remix that’s perfect for lazing about on your porch. “Wah Wah” is out now via Adrian Recordings.

“With this track I want to tell you about an underwater expedition in which we dive down to visit an unexplored beautiful city where all the people are friendly and welcoming.” – Henric Claes

Malmö based producer The Land Below lends his magic touch to the track “Someone To Save Me” by New York-based artist I AM SNOW ANGEL (AKA Julie Kathryn, who has been featured in the Huffington Post, Indie Shuffle, Magnetic Mag, Creem Magazine, Refinery 29, All Things Go etc.).
I AM SNOW ANGEL is a sound designer for Ableton, an up and coming producer, and one of the founders of Female Frequency. Later this year she’ll release her concept album “MOTHERSHIP”, which was recorded in wintery isolation in a cabin deep in the woods of upstate NY.

“Someone To Save Me” is released tomorrow Friday May 18th and it’s an exquisite piece of sweeping electronica where I Am Snow Angel’s vocals are utilized in a soothing and beautiful way.

“I love Erik’s production style. The track he originally sent me was very synth-y and 80’s inspired. I envisioned a futuristic nighttime landscape. I imagined myself in that space as I wrote. When he sent me back our mix, he had opened up the production quite a bit and the whole song suddenly felt even more emotional and honest.” – I AM SNOW ANGEL

“When I first sent the track to Julie for her to write vocals, it didn’t sound anywhere close to what it now does. Because when I heard what she had recorded, I felt I needed to rewrite the whole song and put her voice at the center of it. What came out was another song entirely, one much better, and one that puts Julie’s voice in focus. This is kind of like the remix of a track that never was.” – The Land Below

We have an exciting premiere with this video for the lush sounding remix from Stockholm based producer/artist Sailor & I of Russian duo Sex Of Insects’ new single “Om Nah Omn” (will be released on April 13th via Ylotana Music, additional remixes comes from dOP, ONO and Anatoly Ylotana.

The video is filled with psychedelic, crazy costumes along with dreamlike, tripped out visuals to illustrate what could be the soundtrack of your dreams.

The latest single from Sydney based artist POOLCLVB is entitled “Freefall” (released via etc etc) and features the vocal offerings of Queensland singer Doolie. The track is a laid-back and carefree house jam that brims with warm sounding ‘90s nostalgia and has already seen support from A-Trak, Satin Jackets, Mike Mago, The Aston Shuffle etc.

We can offer up an exclusive premiere of the remix from UK house producer extraordinaire ZDS who supplies a pounding and dancefloor-ready house mix.

Brand new imprint Happy Camper Records (founded by Britta Arnold, unders and Noraj Cue) drops new single “Time To Waste” (pre-order here) courtesy of Bar25 legend, KaterBlau resident and Berlin mainstay Jake The Rapper. The American-born singer/dj/producer has been in Germany long enough now to understand the art of making an “Ohrwurm” (=earworm) – “Time To Waste” is one of those tunes that keeps resonating inside your head long after you’ve heard it. With its thumping beat, catchy vocals and roaring synthline, it’s bound to set any dancefloor ablaze.

Although many believe “Time To Waste” is a love song, Jake actually wrote it for his friends:

“I was at Kater one morning, getting tired of the cyclicality of raving, thinking I really ought to go home and kiss my wife, take care of my kids, get some sleep, get my life together and get some music done. Some friends wanted me to stay and keep dancing. I was like: ‘If I had any time to waste, I’d waste it with you. But I don’t so… Bye!'”

As is the custom in the Happy Camper family, a string of befriended producers have provided their own interpretations to the original track.

The stunning remix from acclaimed French outfit dOP that we here at Discobelle can exclusively premiere settles for no less than a mesmerizing synth combined with acid bleeps and an absolutely relentless and stomping bassline.