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Paris based Xavier Gassemann aka Don Rimini started out almost 10 years ago and has been turning dancefloors on end for almost a decade. He had a huge hit with the electro/fidget house track “Let Me Back Up” back in 2008. Now, he joins forces with the power house known as BADLQQK and drops his debut album “All In” which consists of 12 tracks of Chicago influenced house with the ultimate goal of to simply, make you dance.

We here at Discobelle can premiere the funked up and jacking track “Hold Up” that rides a hypnotic vocal sample and some serious pads.


Folamour and his label, Moonrise Hill Material, have been on the come-up in our world lately with a heightened profile after the folks at Sleazy Beats Recordings announced their first release on the freshly minted, Make Believe Disco. If it wasn’t obvious, this inaugural release is courtesy of Folamour and immediately piqued our interest with it’s delightful, woozy house jams. To our added excitement, Folamour, nee` Bruno, popped over an email with this tune from a forthcoming, MHM various artist comp, sniffing about for a premiere with us…what a lucky day!

Bruno’s contribution to the release was an immediate winner here at the DB offices and we couldn’t wait to get it out to you. Although its a bit of a departure, tempo-wise, from what we’ve heard, this bumpy, R&B-infused joint is certain to cure any stagnant dance-floor. Available soon and only on lovely, 12″ vinyl.


All you need at the moment, stream the beautiful sounding new Nicolas Jaar album “Sirens” (will be released on Friday September 30th) via this link.