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The original version of the track “Feel Me” (to be released tomorrow Friday September 21st via Belgian label Eskimo Recordings) from Paris based producer Simon Says is a sleazed up monster of a new wave/pop track (a cover of British synthpop band Blancmange and their 1982 album track), fellow French producer/dj Yuksek ups the the disco elements and the cosmic synth stabs to make it lift off into deep space.

Eduardo De La Calle’s single track “The Stand” (that also features the vocals of Joolz) was originally released via Take Away in 2017 but now the track receives a remix treatment from UNER, Marvin & Guy, KMLN, Soulfeed and ORBE.

We here at Discobelle can offer our readers the premiere of the remix from Spanish producer/dj UNER who has stayed true to the original’s stripped back groove, but lifts the mood with his own melody and addictive percussion.

Swedish multi-instrumentalist/songwriter/producer/photographer Menke released her enchanting debut EP “Till Havet” (on which she composes music to Karin Boyes poetry) earlier this year to much critical acclaim.

One of the standout tracks from the EP, “Nattskärran” receives an atmospheric and deep house remix from German producer Christian Löffler which lures you in to a soundscape of addictive melancholia.

The remix is released today via Size Records/Cosmos Music.

Vienna based outfit At Pavillon just announced a remix package for their latest single entitled “Lions”, the track is taken from the upcoming EP, “Lions Remixes” that contains interpretations by artists/producers such as IS TROPICAL, MYNTH, CIO and EHYT which is set for release on September 7th via Austrian label LasVegas Records.

Discobelle are excited to premiere the remix from London based electronic/rock quartet Is Tropical, after their hit single “The Greeks” back in 2011 they were quickly signed to French music/fashion label Kitsuné, with whom they have released most of their music.

Their remix is filled to the brink with buzzing and intoxicating synth work, a crunchy sounding bass and a steady beat which is guaranteed to make you move.

“My Milkshake” is currently sitting at the No.2 spot in the Music Week Club Chart and was featured in the European Championship TV highlights.

Now, acclaimed UK based house duo Leftwing & Kody take it to the next level with their punchy, bass driven remix.

“We’ve been wanting to use this vocal for some time so this year decided to make a bootleg for us and our friends to play this summer, little did we know that it would get a brand new vocal from Kelis on it and a full legit release, big up Sony and Freejak.”

Last friday British artist Little Boots dropped the remix package for her “Burn” EP (via London label On Repeat Records), the package includes remixes of all the tracks from her “Burn” EP done by 5 amazing female producers; Anna Prior, Alinka, C. Love, Ela Minus and Flor Capistran.

The collection also includes this spectacular extended and housed up edit of the track “Shadows” from Brazilian/Austrian producer/dj Joyce Muniz.

UK electronic artist Attaque (Dominic Gentry) prepares for the release of his upcoming album with brand new track “Now I’m Gone” that features rising Bristol singer/producer Sola and is accompanied by a stunning deep tech house sounding remix courtesy of Frankfurt based master Lauer.

“I first heard Sola when Oscar at Monokrome played me her demos, I really loved the stripped down production and emotive honesty of the lyrics. I love what she has done to Now I’m Gone, it’s added another level to the emotiveness I was trying to encapsulate. “I first came across Lauer while at Lost Village when I Shazamed his remix of Misunderstood by Theo Kottis. I’ve been a fan of all of his work since so when it came to getting a remix, for ‘Now I’m Gone’ it had to be him”.

Let’s set the lay of the land here. Anderson .Paak is one of the most important American soul/urban exports of the past decade. Kaytranada, a staple part of the rise of the aforementioned talent and a frequent collaborator, continues to flip beats at the blink of an eyelid with maximal force. Together once again, this time via remix duties for Paak’s ever important ‘Bubblin’ single, Haiti’s finest dials back the beats to give both the Californian heavyweight and Busta’s complimentary vocal work a little more breathing room. Nothing trumps the original, but we sure aren’t pissed that Kay flipped the switch on this one.