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

Galantis & Hook N Sling – Love On Me

Another whimsical EDM-pop number from Swedish duo Galantis, in collaboration with Aussie house act Hook N Sling. Infectiously catchy, ‘Love on Me’ successfully treads the line between cheese and feel-good, bringing feelings of warmth and summer to an increasingly Autumnal world… EDM-snobbery may still be prevalent, however no one can deny the lush, innocuous escapism … Continue reading

Knife Party & Tom Morello – Battle Sirens

An expectantly raucous collaboration from Ozzie electro-house duo Knife Party, and Tom Morello. Following its ‘live’ debut at Ultra Miami, ‘Battle Sirens’ adopts the meaty, angular guitar riffs of Morello (of Rage Against the Machine fame), formatting this to commercial house, and its archetype ‘drop’. The results are surprisingly effective – Knife Party have successfully … Continue reading

Andres Sierra – Maxed Out (Rogerseventytwo Remix)

Loving the mix of deep house and pop with this remix of Andres Siestra’s ‘Maxed Out’ by Rogerseventytwo. Sierra hails from Toronto, Canada and with a very strong 90s vibe to the original ‘Maxed Out’ almost sounds like it could have been on a Salt n Pepa album. A relative newcomer to the scene it … Continue reading

3LAU – Is It Love (Feat. Yeah Boy)

Something a little more mellow from college-DJ turned mainstage stalwart 3LAU. ‘Is it Love’ reminds us a lot of the Sam Feldt brand of house that is currently making inroads into US dance music – whispy vocals and disco-era synths manifest into something effortlessly cool. This is the first release on 3LAU’s new ‘philanthropic’ label … Continue reading

Galantis – No Money

More delightful EDM from Swedish duo Galantis. Debuted at UMF, ‘No Money’ features the Swedes’ now trademark use of joyous synths and impossibly catchy vocals, which combine to form bona fide pop at its very best. Although typically adverse to the ‘big-room’ spectrum of dance music, the Top 40 crowd have wholeheartedly embraced Galantis, this being testament to the accessibility … Continue reading