Khamsin – Space (feat. M. Maggie)

Taking a chilled step back is the piano focused ‘Space’ by Parisien Khamsin and vocals from M. Maggie. The third single to be taken from his debut EP, Leaving (which also features a collab with FS favourite Le Marquis), ‘Space’ definitely sets a darker scene. M Maggie is poet and songwrited based in the US, … Continue reading

NAAZ – Sadboy

With listens mounting up after a repost on Soundcloud it looks like ‘Sadboy’ might be on its way up since its release a month ago. With a few collaborations to her name, ‘Sadboy’ is Netherlands-based singer-songwriter Naaz’s first original release by the looks of it. With a tropical house cum alternative soul style, ‘Sadboy’ has … Continue reading

Usher – Good Kisser (BAESIC Remix)

Stay with this one. With a little bit of a slow start you might be put off but wait until those pre-chorus lush chords drop in. Mellow. We don’t know a huge amount about LA based Baesic, other than it’s the name 18/19 year old Maddie likes to put tunes out on. But with a … Continue reading

Danelle – Chairs (Ronin Remix)

With a very chilled out vibe, Danelle’s ‘Chairs’ is the perfect track to usher in autumn in the UK. With a slowly building following, the Los Angeles based singer has formed something of an alliance with producer Salda. Ronin’s remix stays pretty true to the original, bringing the vocals to the top of the mix, … Continue reading

SWIMS – Twice

After an initial posting a couple of months ago SWIMS jumped onto the Friday Style radar recently with ‘Twice’. Climbing up the HypeMachine charts, I’m a big big fan of this moody R&B tune, which reminds me of somekind of mix of Drake and Jai Paul. The duo (we think?) list London as their hometown … Continue reading

The Him – Balance (Ft Oktavian)

You may remember The Him from last year with a remix of Robin Schulz’s headlights. Since then there have been a few good releases that just passed us by! It’s hard not to notice ‘Balance’. A pop-styled, Zhu inspired vocals, amazing basslines, piano and a very slick, deep house drop make this one something of … Continue reading