The Knocks – Kiss The Sky (feat. Wyclef Jean)

With a debut album out later this year (which has some HUGE collabs), 2016 may well be the year The Knocks finally get some mainstream success in the UK, especially with this to get things started. With a different opening style, a lot more poppy than some previous releases, ‘Kiss The Sky’ soon descends into … Continue reading

Sensi Sye – All Yours

Reckon you recognise that voice? That would be because it’s Lily Allen’s ’22’ from 2009. Though it might be more accurate to class this as a remix, in truth ‘All Yours’ is miles apart from the original and pretty much uses the vocal track over a dreamy, soothing instrumental. Sensi Sye is a mere 20 … Continue reading

St. Lucia – Elevate (Dream Fiend remix)

This weeks TBT comes winging it’s way over from America with a detour down under. We’re not sure how many of you will have heard of Brooklyn artist St Lucia. ‘Elevate’ is a couple of years old now; it’s one of those tracks that is a bit genre-less. It’s electronic & poppy, but has a … Continue reading

Aeroplane – Let’s Get Slow Feat. Benjamin Diamond

How long has Aeroplane been away for? It seems like ages… ‘Let’s Get Slow’ takes us back to some of the best, with a very groovy 80s styled into before dropping into a post-futuristic (and dare I say it Random Access Memories infused) chorus. Check it out.

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

KOA – All Of My Love

More of the same here from Future Classic’s own KOA. Tight synths and a very tasty vocal hook make for a slick house record by the Australians. This really is oozing with a rich quality that we’ve come to expect from Future Classic. It’s been a great year for the label, with many of their … Continue reading