The Weeknd – I Feel It Coming (feat. Daft Punk)

After the brilliant ‘Starboy’ I was hugely excited to hear the second collaboration between The Weeknd and Daft Punk. ‘I Feel It Coming’ should perhaps be flipped over – this one definitely sounds like The Weeknd featuring on a Daft Punk track, placed somewhere between the live orchestration and funk-throwback styles of Random Access Memories … Continue reading

Martin Solveig – +1 (feat. Sam White) (Jayceeoh Remix)

I’m not a huge fan of the original but can certainly see it’s appeal. With it’s infectious vocal hook, heavy bass and tight production, Martin Solveig is doing a good job at turning his output into pretty respectable dance/house at the moment. What Jayceeoh delivers is a bit more class, removing the formulaic aspects of … Continue reading

BLU J – I RMMBR

Remember this one from Deadmau5? It’s had a little rework from producer Blu J and the result is pretty lush! You might recognise the name from the archives, with Blu J having featured on Friday Style with ‘OVRNGHT CLBRTY’. Unfortunately we still don’t really know much about the producer but with more remixes like this, … Continue reading

The Knocks & Matthew Koma – I Wish (My Taylor Swift)

Matthew Koma and The Knocks – a match made in heaven? You better believe it. ‘I Wish’ is poppy, well produced, catchy and has all the makings to go far, especially with the coy Taylor Swift mention. Check it out – it’s available to download now!

Sam Padrul – Why Do I Do (Ft. Jason Gaffner)

Jamiroquai, Craig David, Breakbot… the comparisons are varied, diverse but all have a funky, poppy edge. Chicago based producer Sam Padrul takes all these inspirations on board to create a crazy, poppy and altogether brilliant creation in ‘Why Do I Do.’ My favourite Padrul record so far! Check it out.

ZEDD ft. Selena Gomez – I Want You To Know (Steve James Remix)

I’m not the biggest fan of the original, but by some magic Steve James’ remix has actually made me really get into the track as a whole! With a slightly more complex piano backing, the track becomes a little bit more layered, but only before dropping into a luscious, arena-sized hook. More of the same … Continue reading