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Soul Clap Records affiliated artist, David Marston, had a big 2014 with a string of superb releases. He just finished a new remix for the release “Gone Too Deep” from production outfit Circle that is about to drop June 1st via the Rob Paine helmed and Philadelphia based label Worship Recordings.

We here at Discobelle are proud to be able to exclusively present all you readers with the premiere of the remix, it’s filled with sultry and lush synthwork that paired with the warm vocals from Rise 8 evokes a soulful, summertime vibe which should be perfect for your next rooftop party or bbq.

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Austrian/Nigerian rapper Mile drops his debut album “Apple Juice & Lemon Trees” on Graz based label Tiefparterre Records (Mad Professor, Joe Ariwa, The Jungle Brothers, DJ Vadim, Jstar and Beardyman) today and we at Discobelle got the premiere of the full album stream. Expect dark, powerful beats combined with tracks of a more soulful nature and an original voice dealing with social injustice, personal issues, humor etc.

Caotico – Gone

May 24 2015
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Northern Sweden duo Caotico are releasing their superb new single “Gone” right here on Discobelle Records today (May 19th), it’s a massive track that leans on a pulsating UK garage sounding beat interspersed with robotic vocals a la Daft Punk turning this into a dancefloor bomb.

The release is backed up by smashing remixes courtesy of Sweden’s newest house hope Franskild and Toronto techno heroes in RYME.

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Stockholm production/dj duo Sharks dropped their euphoric dance pop anthem of a track “Rebel” last month to much acclaim and now we here at Discobelle can premiere their brand new mixtape entitled “The Rebellion”.

This thumping mixtape of some of their recent electro/house favorites is perfect for kickstarting the festival season this summer, so listen below and enjoy!

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You may know Ben Browning as the bassist for the mighty Cut Copy, but with the launch of his solo project in 2012, Browning has begun to cultivate his own unique sound and will release his debut album Turns later this summer. His latest offering “Friends Of Mine” is a welcome addition to Browning’s growing discography, and is the second single off this full-length debut. Twinkling FX and pulsating synths rise and fall under Browning’s dreamy vocals, the end result is a lush pop track that almost seems to move in slow motion.

Turns is out on June 16th via Yellow Year Records but until then listen to “Friends Of Mine” down below.

Turns Tracklist:
01. Back to the start
02. Make it easy
03. Friends of mine
04. Life Dudes (Tripping through Royal Park)
05. You can be there
06. Are you acting?
07. Don’t wait your turn
08. Beaches of love
09. Don’t forget the night
10. Azizam