Listen to the preview of the new track from Benny Benassi 'I Wanna Be Disco' with Chicco Secci and the hypnotic voice of Bonnie Calean
Last week, the brand new and extraordinary single “Falling” from Swedish duo Franskild premiered on the Swedish national radio show Musikguiden i P3, now we at Disocobelle got the online premiere for you to feast your ears on.
Read the full premiere here: http://www.discobelle.net/2015/03/09/premiere-franskild-falling/
“Sub-shaking soul” sounds, quite frankly, like a made up genre. Or at the very least an acquired taste. But Mao Ra Sun specialise in weaving these disparate vibes together for sensual results.
On “I Won’t Take You Back” the Brighton-based duo fuse beats and dreamy synths with pulsating bass and a silky soul vocal. Imagine '90s R&B at its most melancholy and remix it using the conventions of modern electronic music. The blend is seamless, and nothing less than sultry.
“The instrumental of 'I Won’t Take You Back' was our ode to Control-era Janet Jackson slow jams,” the pair explained. “As soon as Lulu laid her vocals down it took it to a whole new level though.” While their sound is totally fresh, Mao Ra Sun’s approach is a little more old school.
We keep our identities fairly well hidden over at The Bakery but we thought it was time you met the lovely ladies behind the madness. Gabby Endacott, Soraya Sobh and Giuditta Panzieri. A happy, humble and hard working group of curly haired woman with an unbridled passion for good music and good people. We'll be celebrating our 3rd birthday in less than a month and couldn't be more proud of the team and artists who we have the joy to work with every day.
The Bakery family x
Billboard premieres the latest track from the new album Sixteen Chapel, 'Strokin' feat. TJR and Antwon'. The full article can be found here: http://www.billboard.com/articles/news/6487343/exclusive-premiere-crookers-single-strokin-featuring-tjr-antwon
Love and Tim aka franskild are clearly some of the country's tightest house producers, last year we danced ourselves silly with their single "Your Love". Next week the duo return with a new EP, but tonight we have got the first track from it - garage fragrant "Falling". Perfect for those who discovered the band Disclosure, but are on the lookout for something new in the same spirit.
The latest piece of music from the new Crookers album Sixteen Chapel, 'I Just Can't' premiered on Complex. Read the article here: http://uk.complex.com/music/2015/02/crookers-i-just-cant-jeremih-premiere