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Every now and then a song comes across my radar that no matter the mood I’m in, instantly cheers me right up. Today I discovered a song by Julien Earle called “The Ones.” It somehow has a feeling of animosity, while still providing an uplifting summer fondness.

Trails, hailing from Germany, has been an artist on my radar for some time now. Following a massive remix of Joji’s hit single “Will He,” this young producer has released an original “Hold Up.” This single has it all, huge horns, salacious vocals and massive sound design.

Bobby Nourmand recently launched his imprint Deep in The Night and dropped the superb “SUBTERRANEAN” EP, now the Los Angeles based producer/dj swiftly returns with a brand new track that will surely find its way into sunrise sets across the globe.

“The Sun” is a sinister journey through a synth-laced soundscape of dark and deep house, the track comes complete with haunting, robotic vocals from Adam Engle of UK duo Blonde.

Glen Brady (also known as DJ Wool) has spent the last couple of years in California as an audio engineer in the classical music world, he has recently toured as a member of D.A.R.K. with band members Dolores O’Riordan (The Cranberries) and Andy Rourke (The Smiths). He also mixed their debut album “Science Agrees” and last year he toured in support of The Cranberries as a member of D.A.R.K. He used to live in Berlin where he churned out hard-hitting tracks, before that he was in NYC duo The Glass and up to this date he’s amassed a massive resume with remixing and production credits for a vast array of artists including Spoek Mathambo, Todd Terry, Far East Movement, REM, Jagz Kooner, Howie B, Tittsworth and many more.

He has now relocated to Ireland where he recently performed an all hardware set on synths, samplers, drum machines and fx at the Body & Soul Festival. Fortunately, someone pressed the record button and we all are now able to hear this beauty of a set, listen and enjoy breaks, acid bleeps, housed up jams and banging left-field techno in a set done by a maestro. Also, be on the lookout for new releases from DJ Wool on My Techno Weighs a Ton and Soleid.

(thee) Mike B is based out of Los Angeles and he is one of those dj’s dj whereas pretty much an all star cast of dj’s/producers gives him well deserved praise, he also happens to be one of Discobelle’s oldest friends.

Now, he has teamed up with Eevo to breathe new life into the classic The Avalanches track “Frontier Psychiatrist” which we can premiere on Discobelle, their chopped up take features a frantic, housed up beat and lingering horn samples throughout this absolute banger which has already been praised by the likes of Nick Catchdubs, Curses, Astronomar, Tony Quattro, Classixx, Ardalan, Oliver Dollar and Switch etc.