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

BLU J – IN 2 U

So it’s not quite an original, with Blu J this time pulling out all the stops for Ariana’s ‘In To You’ with aplomb. I really like the early vocals in this, sounding out of time compared to the original but fitting in so well with the remix.

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

DJ Snake- Propaganda (JAUZ Remix)

A typically raucous release from bass house/new-age Brostep pioneer Jauz. Debuted at EDC Las Vegas, this remix ups the tempo of DJ Snake’s original, producing a far more aggressive beat which compliments the insanity Jauz has a penchant for. Having already stunned main stages the world over, and with a collab with Tiesto in the … Continue reading

Jaël – Situations

Something a little more chilled today… ‘Situations’ is a lazy, r&b and soul influenced track by Netherlands producer/dj/songwriter/vocalist Jaël. This one was actually recorded at Red Bull Studios Amsterdam in association with Werk Space. Perfect for a mid-week afternoon drink! With a sets at Peckham Rye Festival in London over last weekend, we’ll definitely be … Continue reading

Hannah Wants – Dot Com

Another bonafide banger from bass-house extraordinaire Hannah Wants. ‘Dot Com’ sees Wants up the tempo a little, producing a record that is far more reminiscent of the Daft Punk sampling ‘Rhymes’ than previous release ‘Just’, instrumentally. Like many of its contemporaries, the vocals serve to simply emphasise the brooding nature of the track, fulfilling a purpose, yet achieving … Continue reading