James Oaklander – Please Turn (Ft. Middle)

‘Please Turn’ instantly reminds me of Disclosure. Washed out beats, tight vocal tracks and rich synths galore, this one has us knodding our heads instantly. And that’s about all we can say about the Australian producer James Oaklander, but with a year of originals and remixes under his belt we are sure there will be … Continue reading

XY&O – Chameleon (Famba Remix)

Taking things a little deeper this week are Famba, remixing XY&O’s ‘Chameleon’. With chilled vibes throughout, the remix doesn’t stray to far from the deepness of the original, stripping away the soft experimental guitars and adding a housier sound. From the initial soft piano into the pop styled drop, I’m a huge fan of this … Continue reading

Max Manie – TopDown Feat. Maggy Rich (KlangTherapeuten Remix)

With Disclosure styled synths, effortless vocals from Maggy Rich and summery house vibes throughout, I can’t get enough of this one at the moment! Austrian Max Manie is a newcomer to Friday Style, having hit 2013 hard with single ‘Sunday’, coincidentally also gaining huge popularity with a remix by KlangTherapeuten. It seems like a winning … Continue reading

Disclosure – Omen ft. Sam Smith

We can’t lie and say we weren’t uber excited when this one popped up! After the success of ‘Latch’, it’s easy to assume that the Disclosure x Sam Smith mix is a match made in heaven. ‘Omen’ really does represent a maturing in style for the UK electronic duo. It still features that defined rich … Continue reading

Disclosure – Holding On (ft. Gregory Porter) [Gus Pirelli VIP 7″ Disco Mix]

Disclosure’s imminent album announcement after the release of ‘Holding On’ sounds like largely more of the same, and why not change a winning formula? I’m a big fan of the original and stumbled on this remix a couple of days ago. Gregory Porter’s soulful vocals shine through in this disco epic. I love the retro … Continue reading

Disclosure – Bang That

UK darling duo Disclosure are back with a bang. Venturing out of their familiar garage-comes-house territory, ‘Bang That’¬†sees the pairing firmly set on dominating the club scene. An up tempo drum and snare combo is¬†mashed with some pretty serviceable lyrics (oh how we hate the word ‘twerk’), losing some of the magic that made the … Continue reading