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

LeMarquis – Thoughts (Ft. Chiara Noriko)

Last year was certainly huge for LeMarquis. Announcing himself onto the scene with, quite frankly, some of the most diverse, different, and high quality remixes I’ve ever heard, it’s high time for some original output and ‘Thoughts’ doesn’t disappoint. Featuring Chiara Noriko – a London based singer with an angelic voice, this still has that … Continue reading

LeMarquis – Hurricane (Feat. Alo Lee)

Self tagged dreamy R&B is certainly a shift away from the dirty house tunes we usually hear from LeMarquis. Although it is a bit slower, you can still hear the effortless yet high quality production and intensified sexy backdrops which complement vocals from Alo Lee. The London based singer songwriter was apparently sent the raw … Continue reading

LeMarquis – Holding Me, Touching Me

Okay, so sadly not an original… but LeMarqis’ take on Finnebassen’s ‘Touching Me’, something of a house classic, is wonderful. Mixing LeMarquis’ signature pulsing sounds, ‘Holding Me, Touching Me’ has undergone a complete key change, a rap verse and some very tasty live-sounding drums. Check it out.

One T & Cool T – The Magic Key (LeMarquis & FAB Remix)

Anyone know this one? As per usual, LeMarquis and FAB take a step back in time, this time round giving their take on ‘The Magic Key’ by French animated band One T & Cool T. Turns out the original was big in central Europe over ten years ago in 2003. Either way, the remix brings … Continue reading

Whitney Houston – Fine (LeMarquis & FAB Remix)

I have to admit I heard the remix first, but after listening to the original I’m really impressed, yet again, with LeMarquis’ take on an old(ish) record. We’re really enjoying the darker undertones of ‘Fine’, featuring the classic dropped out mellow synths that we’ve come to expect from every one of LeMarquis’ releases. For those … Continue reading