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Southern Swedish hip hop mogul Rebstar have previously collaborated with Drake and Trey Songz and he’s preparing to conquer the North American market and the rest of the world in 2016, his new single “Reputation” now receives the remix treatment from UK based producer Ray Sargent which premieres right here on Discobelle.

Ray Sargent aims straight for the dancefloor with a housed up smasher that incorporates a magnificent wobbly bass and eerily pitched vocals.


Australian producer Isaac Tichauer drops his new remix version of single “Street Lessons” via British label LOFT Records – released digitally on April 22nd – and an all star cast consisting of Bicep, Hackman, Dorsia and Lancelot join in on the fun.

The remix from London duo Dorsia is premiered right here on Discobelle, the pair turns up a wobbly piano and a dark beat to lead the track into epic house territory.


Bogota’s Nuclear Digital Transistor un-earth an early Aught’s dance-classic from VHS Or Beta and give it a funky, acid-flavored remix. Vintage percussion and layers of analog synth riffs create an Italo-Disco inspired bed for those familiar and catchy vocal refrains to flitter upon before plunging into a filtered break down. Cop this free download and be sure to check out their Soundcloud for additional downloads.


LA-based songwriter turned indie-pop artist Phoebe Ryan recently released her highly addictive new single “Chronic” and today shares an official remix of the track from The Knocks. Phoebe was recently featured on The Knocks’ debut album on the single “Purple Eyes” and this remix sees the two continuing their music magic.

Be sure to catch Phoebe live while she’s on tour supporting YouTube sensation Charlie Puth.

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Swedish house superstar Adrian Lux receives the remix treatment for his single track “Torn Apart” from Melbourne based house maestro Wildfire (who’s currently hard at work on a new EP and lots of collaborations) striking up an excellent and radiant match with his warm take containing vocals from the original version, you know that you’ll be hearing this melody alot in the coming months.