De La Soul – All Good (Godlips Remix)

Released way way back in 2000 De La Soul’s smooth ‘All Good’ featuring Chaka Kahn is probably due “classic” status though not hugely successful in its own right, though was pretty popular among the remix community! French duo Godlips might be a little bit late… but we’ll forgive them and you probably will too when … 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

Galantis – No Money (Two Friends Remix)

With Galantis’ ‘No Money’ a pop staple at the moment it’s likely most of you will have heard the original. Though perhaps not as good as ‘Runaway’, it’s definitely a grower. Two Friends stay strong to the original but add some really great guitar riffs before breaking it down to a more explosive and interesting … Continue reading

Sam Wills – Light On Me

23 year old Sam Wills has be in and around music for the last 10 years, taking inspiration from Michael Jackson and John Legend to old school hip-hop, soul and R&B. And doesn’t it show! ‘Light On Me’ is a lively yet chilled out soul groover, and you can hear just how at ease Wills … Continue reading

Kevin Garrett – Where Are Ü Now

Something a little different with this stripped back, darkened soul cover of Beiber’s ‘Where Are Ü Now’. If you’re looking for mellow pop, you’ve hit the right spot. Garrett, from Brooklyn, is signed to RocNation and has been performing for a number of years. His first single, ‘Coloring’, was released just under a year ago, … Continue reading

Jauz – Deeper Love (Extended Mix)

Juaz continues his meteoric rise with another bass heavy number. Wonderfully sampling Aretha Franklin’s ‘A Deeper Love’, the track starts off soulful before launching into the wickedly moody bassline sound that is now synonymous with Jauz. With this kind of momentum, expect Jauz to break the mainstream in no time.