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    DiscoBelle: (Premiere) Off Da Clock – Jus 2 Hot (Go Go Bizkitt! Remix) FREE DOWNLOAD TOMORROW

    We’ve got a real treat for you today… an exclusive listen at the latest remix from Scottish disco-fiend, Go Go Bizkitt! This time, he’s taken the reins of Austin-based producer, Off Da Clock’s latest a-side, ‘Jus 2 Hot’, which is forthcoming on his debut, ‘Rooftop Swank EP’ for Xephyron Digital.

    Off Da Clock’s music is all about sharing good vibes with the world, one party at a time, and our man Go Go brilliantly showcases that philosophy with his swagger-laden remix. From the kickin’ horn samples, to the chunky beats and guitar riffs, ‘Jus 2 Hot’ is pure disco dynamite!

    Due to timeline restrictions, this remix won’t be included on the official EP release. Lucky for you, Go Go and Off Da Clock saw it fit to bless the world with a FREE DOWNLOAD, ahhhh yea! Be sure to follow all the lads to their linked profiles and stay up on more information about the download!

    Off Da Clock’s debut EP, ‘Rooftop Swank’ drops this Friday, September 5th, on Xephyron Digital.

    DiscoBelle: Kartellen (ft. Mikael Wiehe) – Vi Är Inte Ett Skit (video)

    DiscoBelle: Lil Bibby – Free Crack Vol. 2

    Chicago rapper Lil Bibby with one of the best mixtapes of 2014. Grab “Free Crack Vol. 2″ below.

    20 Jazz Funk Greats: If you can read this page, then that means you are based in a universe where 20Jazzfunkgreats is operational.

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    Rejoice!

    It could be very different. You could be in a universe where 20jazzfunkgreats lives in a constant 503 state. Or in a universe where 20jazzfunkgreats publishes complex analyses of the physics of crabcore1. Or in a universe where 20jazzfunkgreats is operational, thanks to a top notch digital infrastructure funded through advertising, product placement and other forms of revenue generation.

    But you aren’t. You are in a universe where 20jazzfunkgreats is more or less the way it was when it came into existence ca. 10 years ago, a universe where 20jazzfunkgreats spreads its Sundays scowling at passing children from the window of its manor, while its considers alternative scenarios for the evolution of Planet Earth, if only the multi-dimensional dice that shape cultural change had landed differently.

    But before you start feeling lucky, consider this:

    If you can read this page, then that means you are based in a universe where ERE Electronique 1988 video game ‘Captain Blood’ didn’t become the blueprint for a new and weird phase of interactive entertainment that would support mankind in the next stage of its evolution.2 In other words, you are not based in a world where creating a H.R. Giger inspired game about an Errol Flynn obsessed video game designer exiled in hyperspace who has to hunt 5 of his clones to reconnect with humanity, by building the trust of alien species using an alphabet of 150 icons and navigating fractal landscapes wasn’t ‘the way things are done.’

    Oh, and using an excerpt of Jean Michel Jarre’s Ethnicolor for the title credits.

    Instead, you are based in a universe where such things are considered oddities, weird experiments described in the footnotes of a history of the evolution of the medium which take us to a current situation where a significant proportion of the game-playing public behaves online in a way reminiscent of the mindless tendrils of abominable putrescence one encounters crawling down the dimly lit caverns of Dark Souls’ Blight Town.

    Despair!

    Jean Michel Jarre – Zoolooklogie

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    Zooloklogie is also featured in Zoolook, the album whence Ethnicolor was extracted, and sounds like the theme tune for Miami Vice if Miami Vice was set in a gnostic world where, after the awakening of the collective intelligence and the convergence of all languages, the only regulated commodities were complex epistemological concepts that can send its citizens into paradoxican Gödel loops where a contemporary visitor might see echoes of ‘breakdancing’.

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    1 Crabcore as in emaciated youngsters squatting over their guitars like priapic frogs, not the version we prefer, that EDM sub-genre developed by the secretive arthropod visitors H.P. Lovecraft alluded to in “Whisperer in Darkness’ (we have analysed the physic of that modality of crabcore several times; in fact, one of the purposes why we started this blog was to analyse that modality of crabcore).

     

    Beat Electric: Carol Williams

     Carol Williams was the first female solo artist on Salsoul, she had a handful of singles that did pretty well through the 80's and has spent the past twenty years or so on the disco revue circuit, doing throwback parties and oldschool themed events at casinos and the like.

     Her biggest underground hit, Can't Get Away (From Your Love), gets a lot of CD compilation and internet love, and rightly so as its one of the best, but the 12" single is getting a little harder to come by and I haven't seen the instrumental around anywhere so I'm putting that up, and as an added bonus a couple of her heavier unreleased tunes from a series of sessions she did in 1983.

    Carol Williams - Can't Get Away (Instrumental)
    Carol Williams - 60 Yard
    Carol Williams - Have You For My Love
    Carol Williams - I'll Do Anything
    DiscoBelle: Shy Glizzy – I Can’t Trust Myself (video)

    DiscoBelle: (Premiere) Bright Light Bright Light – An Open Heart (Alan Braxe Remix)

    London based, Bright Light Bright Light is making waves…. it’s hard not to when Elton John is your number one fan, am I right? While currently on tour with the ‘Rocketman,’ BLBL’s sophomore album is on the way and here, we have the premiere of Alan Braxe’s remix for the lead single, ‘An Open Heart.’

    Laying down a bed of perfectly tuned arpeggios and shimmering pads for BLBL’s smooth vocals to float upon, Braxe makes it clear that his recent hiatus hasn’t been spent resting on his laurels.

    DiscoBelle: Human Movement – Shake

    Fresh sounds from the ever on point, Exposure Music. Newcomer, Human Movement offer a bottom-heavy stomper in the form of ‘Shake,’ a quality cut for any DJ’s arsenal of club-killers.

    DiscoBelle: Outkast – Ms. Jackson (The Golden Pony Remix) (Free Download)

    I typically try to stay away from dance remixes of this particular Outkast joint, they usually turn out over-warped and saccharine.

    Not here though. Brooklyn duo, The Golden Pony, have churned out a perfectly pitched remix that amps the anthemic qualities of the original while making it a more interesting experience on the dance floor.

    Free download on this one

    DiscoBelle: Dillon Francis – I Can’t Take It (lyric video)

    DiscoBelle: Rosh – Karma (video)

    DiscoBelle: QT – Hey QT

    QT is the new projects from British producers Sophie and A.G Cook, and this is excellent pop music.

    DiscoBelle: Grimes (ft. Blood Diamonds) – Go (video)

    DiscoBelle: Little Dragon – Millionaire (Kelis & Andre 3000 cover) (video)

    Little Dragon covers the Kelis & Andre 3000 track “Millionaire” for the show Like A Version on Australian radio station Triple J.

    DiscoBelle: Miss Eaves and Surfing Leons – Name Dropper (video)

    DiscoBelle: Bobby Shmurda – Hot N*gga (Reggae mix)

    Bobby Shmurda got Popcaan, Mavado, Jah X and Junior Read to jump on the remix of his hugely succesful summer smash track “Hot N*gga”. (Via The Fader)

    DiscoBelle: Gangsta Boo & Beatking – Mashing (Produced By Brodinski)

    A Memphis – Houston – Paris connection when top French producer/dj Brodinski further showcases his love for southern hip hop and produces the new booming, sirenlaced track “Mashing” for rappers Gangsta Boo & Beatking, the track is taken from the upcoming Gangsta Boo & Beatking “Underground Cassette Tape Music” which will be out soon!

    DiscoBelle: Gangsta Boo & Beatking – Mashing

    A Memphis – Houston – Paris connection when top French producer/dj Brodinski further showcases his love for southern hip hop and produces the new booming, sirenlaced track “Mashing” for rappers Gangsta Boo & Beatking, the track is taken from the upcoming Gangsta Boo & Beatking “Underground Cassette Tape Music” which will be out soon!

    20 Jazz Funk Greats: The Etemology of Geocities and Other Stories

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    A night-time/nightmare aesthetic of Kawaii and dub.  At times a breathless duet between two rampaging ids.  As if the internet were made flesh.

    18+’s Crow is a nightmare.  Not like those almost comforting sketches of horror; linear and formulaic with a beginning a bloody middle and a cathartic end.  A nightmare in the maddening repetition of that crow sample.  Like Game of Thrones web art .  An avian layering: one atop another, compressing into a insane chant.

    18+ – Crow

    18+ play in London on November 7th at Birthdays.  Their debut EP (which Crows is taken from) sold out pretty quick but you can still get digital things here.

    On the subject of shows, (at least) two of 20JFG make an incredibly rare return to DJing at the non-stop exotic dance party Mirage this Friday (29th).  Come down and say hi if you’re in Brighton.

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    DiscoBelle: Vyle – Heatsink (video)

    DiscoBelle: Night Drive – Where I End and You Begin (Radiohead Cover) (Video + Free Download)

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    DiscoBelle: MSCLS feat. Carmen Clayton – Time To Move

    MSCLS flexes his softer side with this latest free cut, ‘Time To Move,’ which features the vocal talents of Carmen Clayton and some serious baby-makin’ flavors.

    Free download on this one… find MSCLS on your favorite social media:

    Soundcloud

    Twitter

    Facebook

    Youtube

    DiscoBelle: Bam Spacey – Upplyst (video)

    20 Jazz Funk Greats: Flutter and Rasp

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    (photography by keithj5000)

    This is classical music the way we like it. As the baleful mating calls of fathoms-deep brass whales. As the flutter and rasp of moth wings beating against the moon.

    Bristophe – Anrufung

    “On these recordings, we play the cello, the double bass, the trombone, the e-flat tuba, the church organ, the piano, the harpsichord, the clavichord, and the alphorn; we also use our voices, electronics, numerous birdcalls, some random toys and percussion, and a few other instruments.”

    Bristophe are the musical partnership of Brice Catherin and Christophe Schweizer. Anrufung is a sliver from their remarkable most recent improvised live collection. It doesn’t make much sense in isolation, but then neither do we.

    You need to let the full two discs’ worth of material seep into you – this strange conversation between two men mediated by reeds, bells, strings, and hammers – and live with it until it turns into words, pictures and a language your brain understands too.

    Download Bristophe’s improvised live album die ersten zwei kirchen for free from from Pan Y Rosas

    Bonus track from 2013!

    Tim Hecker – Prism

     

    DiscoBelle: [Premiere] Kasper Björke (ft. Jaakko Eino Kalevi) – TNR (Anton Klint remix)

    Post disco jewel “TNR” was released on August 18th and is the third single taken from Danish producer Kasper Björke’s perfectly executed new album “After Forever”. The single also features Helsinki artist and Beats In Space Records signing Jaakko Eino Kalevi.

    We here at Discobelle got our hands on an exclusive premiere of the previously unreleased remix from Swedish disco master Anton Klint (of Tiedye fame), who carves out a glimmering disco take of the track that sways along an almost tribalistic beat and drifting vocals.

    DiscoBelle: JJ – Inner Light (video)

    INNER LIGHT from Ty Olson on Vimeo.

    DiscoBelle: [Premiere] Boeoes Kaelstigen – Be the Lights (Bjorn Akesson Glitchy Dub)

    Swedish techno outfit Boeoes Kaelstigen are back with new single “Be The Lights”, the single drops August 29th and we can proudly present the premiere of a trancetastic remix from famed Swedish producer Bjorn Akesson.

    DiscoBelle: Discobelle Mix 046: Brother In Arms

    Uuuuhhhhh….. that’s one sound that wraps up the gorgeous, tropical vibes of SF’s golden new production duo, Brother In Arms. Comprised of industry staples, J Boogie and Deejay Theory, these two individuals form like a groovy incarnation of Voltron, posted up on the sunny coast of Barbados, sipping Mai Tai’s and lounging amongst the palm trees.

    The mix they’ve blessed us with here is really something special. Showcasing their fine ability to soundtrack your end-of-summer parties, the track-listing is stacked with Brother In Arms material, both released and unreleased, not to mention reworks from Yam Who?, Motez and drops from our beloved Tittsworth.

    It’s a groovy situation, ya’ll… everyone’s invited!

    DiscoBelle: Urban Ninjas – At Night I Dream (video)

    DiscoBelle: Boston Bun & Piu Piu – Piu Piu Fire

    French club wonders Boston Bun and Piu Piu collaborated on new track “Piu Piu Fire” and it’s a sweet r&b laced corker.

    PS. Check out the smashing Discobelle mix that Piu Piu did a couple of months back.

    DiscoBelle: Golden Coast – Dream And An MPC

    LA indie pop duo Golden Coast’s sophomore release is the quintessential anthem for anyone who like beaches, summertime and having fun. If you’re a fun hater, this track is not for you. “Dream and an MPC” encapsulates the sentiment to break the societal mold & be yourself, aptly summed up in the chorus lyric: “we don’t need no education to be; all we need is a dream and an MPC.” Take a dip into this infectiously good pop single below.

    DiscoBelle: Birdy – Skinny Love (Sebastian Carter Remix)

    This is probably my favorite Sebastian Carter remix yet. This quietly ferocious flip of Birdy’s “Skinny Love” should be filed in your sex jams playlist. The track’s creeping sensuality builds slowly throughout so you know, get lost in the **vibes**

    DiscoBelle: Kyle Woods & Khallee – At Night

    Chicago producer Kyle Woods drops new track together with vocalist Khallee, “At Night” is spaced out, futuristic and vibefilled r&b that’s been on repeat here at the Discobelle office since we received it.

    20 Jazz Funk Greats: That feeling of anticipation before your first cosmic date

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    Le Révélateur’s recently released synth odyssey is called ‘Extreme Events’.

    But extreme for whom?

    For us, perishable sacks of fluid bouncing irregularly in trajectories full of confusion, waste and loss? Yes, the events contained within this album, in tracks such as ‘Stream Terminal’,  ‘Machine Ecology’ or ‘Loading Vistas’ would undoubtedly be extreme.

    Less so for neural networks evolved over aeons of subjective time, stretched across a Solar System-wide web, singularly conscious yet multiplying, shards of themselves implemented in impossibly sleek and highly specced hardware: ships, satellites, feats of astro-engineering, anthropomorphic, insectoid and gaseous probes navigating the empty geographies of Mars, Venus, Jupiter and its many moons, skating down the rings of Saturn in missions in the intersection between science and poetry.

    And extreme in what way?

    In the way in which technological systems evolved to achieve the deterministic inevitability of nature would feel extreme.

    So, think of the artistic or architectural equivalent of ‘extreme weather events’. Cyclopean eyes blinking from massive impact craters, palaces of crystal rising from forlorn mesas, armies of anime-like arthropods covering tomorrow’s terminal beaches glyphs and emoji for ultra-complex feelings, vast instruments recording the post-human civilizational equivalent of a romantic mixtape after their first cosmic date.

    Le Revelateur – Followers

    You can acquire Extreme Events from Root Strata, and mong out to their videos here.

     

    DiscoBelle: Bondax – All I See (video)

    DiscoBelle: HMSV (ft. Julia Spada) – Vår Nivå (video)

    DiscoBelle: DJ Sliink X TWRK X Green Lantern – Trifecta (If You Don’t)

    Be warned: if you don’t want to party, then you should go home… because, when these three heavy hitters link up to do a track, a party is sure to ensue. Featuring a few tempo changes and a blend of styles like twerk and Jersey Club, this free joint is sure to cause Godzilla-level skirmishes on demolished dance floors.

    DJ Sliink

    TWRK

    Greeen Lantern

    Check these bad boys on there nation-wide, Trifecta Tour –> HERE.

    DiscoBelle: Night Drive – Where I End And You Begin (Radiohead Cover) (Video)

    After Austin based dance act, Night Drive, surprised us with this fantastic reworking of Radiohead’s classic, ‘Where I End And You Begin,’ they’ve done it again with this unexpected video version. Created by the groups good friend, Robert MacCready of Production For Use, the video relies heavily on syncopated visuals and splashes of extreme color.

    Download the tune below and keep your eyes peeled for their next official single, due out sometime in October.

    DiscoBelle: The Weeknd – Often (video)

    DiscoBelle: Phoenix – Bankrupt! (Gesaffelstein remix)

    Parisian producer and Kanye West collaborator Gesaffelstein turns the Phoenix single “Bankrupt” into a dark and moody affair with hues of dark techno.

    Beat Electric: I'm Not Going To Let You Go

      We've covered Bay-Area-transplant-by-way-of-Ghana Rim Kwaku Obeng before on Beat Electric. His self-released recorded output produced two highly sweated LPs, Rim Arrives and Too Tough. As far as I know there is just one other Rim record other than the mediocre International Funk 12" also mentioned in Black Shag's post, fortunately it's from 1983 and very high quality.
      I first found this 12" in a Santa Cruz thrift store several years ago. I kept putting it in my record bag and never working it into sets due to the higher tempo and slightly odd arrangement of the track. Frustrated, I eventually traded it to another collector. As these things go I heard the track again much later in a mix and began to regret letting it go. As luck would have it I wound up finding another copy last week on the way to a gig and alerted Black Shag who demanded to hear it. When Black Shag asks you for an mp3 you'd better deliver.

      Rim And The Believers - I'm Not Going To Let You Go
    Beat Electric: I'm Not Going To Let You Go

      We've covered Bay-Area-transplant-by-way-of-Ghana Rim Kwaku Obeng before on Beat Electric. His self-released recorded output produced two highly sweated LPs, Rim Arrives and Too Tough. As far as I know there is just one other Rim record other than the mediocre International Funk 12" also mentioned in Black Shag's post, fortunately it's from 1983 and very high quality.
      I first found this 12" in a Santa Cruz thrift store several years ago. I kept putting it in my record bag and never working it into sets due to the higher tempo and slightly odd arrangement of the track. Frustrated, I eventually traded it to another collector. As these things go I heard the track again much later in a mix and began to regret letting it go. As luck would have it I wound up finding another copy last week on the way to a gig and alerted Black Shag who demanded to hear it. When Black Shag asks you for an mp3 you'd better deliver.

      Rim And The Believers - I'm Not Going To Let You Go
    Undomondo: Anika - Yang Yang Produced by Geoff Barrow of Portishead, Beak....


    Anika - Yang Yang

    Produced by Geoff Barrow of Portishead, Beak. Anika covers Yoko Ono’s Yang Yang.

    DiscoBelle: Action Bronson – Easy Rider (video)

    DiscoBelle: Sirma – Trigger (Pat Lok Remix)

    New York songstress Sirma get’s the remix treatment from Toronto producer, Pat Lok. This groove-laden, mid-tempo stepper is a perfect addition to anyones weekly playlist, so go ahead and add it to your’s!

    DiscoBelle: Claude VonStroke (ft. Barry Drift) – CaliFuture (video)

    “The track “Califuture” is about that optimistic bug in everyone who moves to California that makes them think that someday they will be plucked up out of obscurity to become famous. Everyone has it in the back of their mind. But the music video goes one step further into madness. It’s the heart-wrenching story of a snow cone salesman trying to get a job at dirtybird and then realizing the life of a snow cone maker is really his passion.”

    DiscoBelle: The Magician – Sunlight feat. Years & Years (Official Video)

    DiscoBelle: Nicki Minaj – Anaconda (video)

    DiscoBelle: [Premiere] Mr. Mendel – Freakin’

    Bristol based imprint and party crew, Banofee Pies celebrates it’s inaugural release with their first 12″. The limited run, vinyl only offering features 4 cuts from producers Ruf Dug, Philou Louzolo, Martin Hayes and Mr. Mendel… here, we have the exclusive premiere of the full stream of Mr. Mendel’s, ‘Freakin,’ a ruff-cut stomper that’ll sure to have bootie’s dropping all over dance floors from coast-to-coast!

    Buy vinyl HERE.

    DiscoBelle: Tove Lo – Not On Drugs (video)

    Undomondo: Goat Live @ Pavilion - Roskilde Festival 2013 Full set 


    Goat Live @ Pavilion - Roskilde Festival 2013

    Full set 

    DiscoBelle: HAIM (ft. A$AP Ferg) – My Song 5 (video)

    DiscoBelle: Mapei – Believe

    New single track “Believe” from Mapei and it’s just as wonderful as her previously released tracks.

    DiscoBelle: Discobelle Mix 046: Snax

    Berlin based producer, Snax is guilty of two things: 1) having a reputation as one sleazily talented multi-instrumentalist and singer 2) for providing the latest installment of our exclusive mix series.

    Though recently reclusive, the Get Physical alum has shed his hermit’s hole and come out of hiding with a brand new bag of tricks. His mix offering is a sultry combination of funky grooves, disco edits and subterranean house joints, get familiar.

    DiscoBelle: METAPHYSIX: III, CORRESPONDENCE

    The third installment of METAPHYSIX off Jimmy Edgar‘s label and collective ULTRAMAJIC, brings us some of the best dance tunes we’ve heard all year. The 5 tracks off the electro-funk techno label range from the industrial pounding beats of Crystal Bandito’s “Eekwalk”, to the hard-hitting hyper-techno track “Move” from the always innovative Aden.

    DiscoBelle: Jax Jones – Go Deep (video)