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

LYAR – Cool (ft. Matthew J. Kurz)

Having featured on Friday Style a couple of times last year, LYAR return with their latest single ‘Cool’. Fresh, summery and funky, this merges the tropical and deep styles of house music and blends in Matthew J. Kurz’s vocals beautifully. A little more than just your average club/house record, ‘Cool’ is well produced and infectious. … 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!

Prince Fox – Fragile (feat. Hailee Steinfeld)

Prince Fox is back with another original and this one has a full single release. ‘Fragile’ is definitely more on the the pop spectrum in comparison to earlier releases, with piano-backed ballad verses and an electronic chorus and bridge. Expect to be hearing more of this soon!

Manila Killa – All That’s Left (feat. Joni Fatora)

Just under a year ago we featured a Manila Killa track (a collab with Aobeats & Jai Wolf), but since then we’ve heard little from the Filipino producer, aside from some great Hotel Garuda releases, which he is one half of. So it was very exciting to see ‘All That’s Left’ pop up earlier in … Continue reading