Lionel Ritchie – All Night Long (Traveler Remix)

After the last remix of St. Lucia I was hotly awaiting something else from Traveler and in all honesty this couldn’t be much better! Beginning like something out of the Lion King, ‘All Night Long’ doesn’t stray too far away from the original, but it doesn’t have to. With an updated beat, some experimental sounds … Continue reading

Queen & David Bowie – Under Pressure (Traveler Remix)

Nothing like a remix to get the weekend started! Everyone knows the original, Traveler add their own pop-house spin into the mix and it’s pretty good. Though they seem to be a widely unknown force (we don’t even know if they are a he/she/they), here’s hoping ‘Under Pressure’ resonates with the fans and gains some … 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

Loud Luxury – Old Man

The story is Loud Luxury stumbled across a Nina Simone documentary on Netflix, heard ‘Sinnerman’ and turned it into what is now ‘Old Man’. With a solid, and very 90s sounding, piano riff, ‘Old Man’ is stand up feel good house. Loud Luxury, formed by university friends Andrew Fedyk & Joe Depace, have a handful … 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

Earth, Wind & Fire – September (Throttle Remix)

‘September’ is a fully fledged classic – so much so I wouldn’t normally go hunting for a remix. Throttle teased this a couple of weeks ago before releasing the full version recently to much excitement. It is different from the original, adding a strong French house touch that takes the vocal. Though the disco element … Continue reading