NYC based artist Mattie Safer (ex-bassist and singer in The Rapture), just released his latest single “Floating” and on August 18th the remix version of the single is released via his own label Dream City Sounds. Chicago producer James Curd adds the funk with his version and showcases a soulful and housed up take on the original.
There was no escaping Izzy Buzu’s ‘White Tiger’ come its 2016 release, let alone the plethora of remixes that followed. Female duo Cat Carpenters cuts through the noise with a fine club fix of the track, pairing a subtle house backbone with an otherwise fluid fix of vivid instrumental licks and day-to-day playability. There’s a lot to be said for multi-purpose remixes right now, an art that Cat Carpenters owns for this A-grade remix.
Big premiere today here at Discobelle! 29-year-old Stockholm based producer/dj Binnie Smalls is making waves as a hard working and acclaimed producer within the typically male dominated dancehall scene.
Back in May she remixed the track “Ben Yuh Back” by Ward 21 which also featured dancehall legend Sean Paul, and it was later pegged for an official remix. We’re delighted to premiere the newly finished banging and feel good sounding remix for Swedish rapper Mwuana and his single track “Straight Away” (the track is lifted off his newly released album “Triller”). This remix marks her 20th completed project since January.
Sweater Beats announces a fall North American tour with Giraffage and Wingtip with a new remix of LA pop songstress Evalyn’s debut single “Filthy Rich”. To date, the original track has accumulated over 3 million Spotify streams with Sweater Beats adding more fuel to the fire.
Rising Finnish star Rony Rex dropped his highly praised debut EP “F*cked It Up” via Youth Control last month and it went straight to #2 on the Finnish iTunes Dance Album chart. The title track is a shimmering and housed up dance pop bomb that features vocals from indie pop outfit LCMDF.
Now, he’s getting ready to unleash the remix version of the EP from which we get the Roisto remix of “Burn”. Fellow Finnish producer Roisto has already been praised by the likes of Thump, DJ Mag and Wired and has spawned the huge single “Apart In Love”, which has picked up two million Spotify plays to this date and was licensed by Toolroom.
His disco sounding remix is filled to the brim with warmth and colour, along with funked up guitar riffs that plays against the breezy vocals for this summer time number.
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.