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Future bass producer Adam Öhman better known under his stage name Mountain Bird is back with his first single “The Wolf”. “The Wolf” is about trying to help a loved one with a mental illness but failing to do so. “The Wolf” features Adam’s own vocals, which is unusual for Mountain Bird who normally drops tracks with featured vocalists. Enjoy!

London based artist Lucy Mason had a great run last year with the release of her hit single “Hunger” that was followed up by her critically acclaimed debut EP and praise from the likes of The Independent, The Metro, Wonderland, The 405 and The Line Of Best Fit.

She just signed to Anti-Fragile and she has alot on the horizon for 2018, starting with the release of her new track “Save Your Breath” which you can listen to exclusively right here on Discobelle. The track itself is a beautiful and haunting dream pop gem.

She’s performing in Berlin on March 12th.

Brisbane musician Akurei made some serious waves with his breakthrough track, “Hinterland.” The consistent mesh of lucious R&B melodies driven by downtempo electronic beats and subtle vocal chops is addictive. His latest track “Photophobia” follows this same ethereal formula and gives off a hauntingly chill vibe.

Brand new imprint Happy Camper Records (founded by Britta Arnold, unders and Noraj Cue) drops new single “Time To Waste” (pre-order here) courtesy of Bar25 legend, KaterBlau resident and Berlin mainstay Jake The Rapper. The American-born singer/dj/producer has been in Germany long enough now to understand the art of making an “Ohrwurm” (=earworm) – “Time To Waste” is one of those tunes that keeps resonating inside your head long after you’ve heard it. With its thumping beat, catchy vocals and roaring synthline, it’s bound to set any dancefloor ablaze.

Although many believe “Time To Waste” is a love song, Jake actually wrote it for his friends:

“I was at Kater one morning, getting tired of the cyclicality of raving, thinking I really ought to go home and kiss my wife, take care of my kids, get some sleep, get my life together and get some music done. Some friends wanted me to stay and keep dancing. I was like: ‘If I had any time to waste, I’d waste it with you. But I don’t so… Bye!'”

As is the custom in the Happy Camper family, a string of befriended producers have provided their own interpretations to the original track.

The stunning remix from acclaimed French outfit dOP that we here at Discobelle can exclusively premiere settles for no less than a mesmerizing synth combined with acid bleeps and an absolutely relentless and stomping bassline.

The four-month-long hiatus for the Discobelle mix series is over with this exclusive mix from Mt. Si.

Based in Los Angeles, Mt. Si is a collaborative project among three friends – Sarah Chernoff of Superhumanoids, Jesse Kivel from Kisses and Michael David of Classixx. They came together during the recording sessions for Classixx’s album “Hanging Gardens” and discovered that they had creative chemistry as a trio and assumed the name Mt. Si later signing with Cascine to release their 2016 EP “Limits” which is an exquisite piece of shimmering electronic pop.

Their mix for us here at Discobelle is filled with warm, discoish sounding electronic dance-pop gems including their recently released EP track “911” and the mix is the perfect way to gather up some heat whilst we over here in Europe are being pounded with an arctic freeze.

Tracklist after the jump.

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German duo Piemont consists of long-time friends Frederic and Chris, the pair first decided to make music
together back in 2007 and, since then, they have gone on to establish themselves in the techno scene with releases on acclaimed labels such as Monaberry, Lapsus Music, Glasgow Underground, Exploited, Definition Music and Toolroom.

Piemont’s sound can best be described as organic techno with a preference for ambient sounds, melodic lushness and abstract electronica.

Their new EP “Caress” will be released on their own imprint Moonless Air on Friday, March 2nd and we’ve got the premiere of the B-side track “Endless Sea” which is a rolling tech-house stomper complete with intricate percussion and eerie vocals.