Moonzz – Satisfy (Edgard Mile Remix)

Coming in a couple of weeks ago with this remix of Moonzz, Edgard Mile really hits the spot, chilled, pumping deep house that sums up this glorious summer weather! This is only Edgard Mile’s third posting to Soundcloud but the 19-year-old beatmaker from Antwerp is already garnering some attention after placing 5th in a ‘Forget … Continue reading

Alex Schulz – Wouldn’t It Be (ft. Kayla Diamond)

With a huge following online, it’s surprising we haven’t featured tropical house extraordinaire on Friday Style before! The latest single, ‘Wouldn’t It Be’, from the German producer is a pretty relaxed affair, perfect for a summer afternoon chill. Vocals are well provided by Kayla Diamond, who unfortunately we don’t know a lot about… Either way, … Continue reading

Cavego – All The Other Girls (feat. Leon Frick)

Cavego’s remix of ‘Adore’ is still one of my favourite tracks of this year, and the Norwegian producer is yet again ticking boxes with ‘All The Other Girls’. After a string of official remixes over the past couple of years, this one looks like his first original track, featuring vocals from fellow countryman Leon Frick. … Continue reading

Tom Misch – Watch Me Dance

Slightly late, especially as another single is out tonight, but Tom Misch returns with a very chilled out number in ‘Watch Me Dance’. Can’t wait for the upcoming Glastonbury set and EP in July!

Beyonce – Formation (Laibert Remix)

With the shock release of Lemonade some weeks ago it’s not surprising to see Beyonce remixes cropping up all over the place. This one really stood out, with an opening tropical house style that isn’t actually tropical house, before adding in the synths and Bey’s famous vocals. Different, but we like. With an EP scheduled … Continue reading

SwuM – Work

With something of a Tom Misch, French touch styled vocal drop, ranging, lazy synths and just a hint of funky guitar, ‘Work’ by SwuM is a bit of a groover! This one is actually a subtle remix of Aaliya’s ‘Rock The Boat’. Primarily a beat maker/producer, there isn’t a huge amount we can tell you … Continue reading