Martin Solveig – +1 (feat. Sam White) (Jayceeoh Remix)

I’m not a huge fan of the original but can certainly see it’s appeal. With it’s infectious vocal hook, heavy bass and tight production, Martin Solveig is doing a good job at turning his output into pretty respectable dance/house at the moment. What Jayceeoh delivers is a bit more class, removing the formulaic aspects of … Continue reading

MASHUP MONDAYS: 2014 Mixes

So 2014 went pretty fast! We’ve had some great music, yet more crossover genres and EDM has now become the genre of choice. As always, I’m a big fan of the year-in-review megamixes featuring the biggest hits of the year all rolled into one. Here are our round-up of the best. So far, I think … Continue reading

WATCH: David Guetta – Dangerous (feat. Sam Martin)

Orchestral. Cinematic. Not generally words you’d use to describe EDM’s loved and hated character, David Guetta. But ‘Dangerous’ really sounds like something new for the Frenchman. The piano at the start is beautiful, and whilst there are still elemnts of Guetta’s overused sounds, Sam Martin channels early Daft Punk work with Romanthony and the slick … Continue reading

Calvin Harris – Blame (feat. John Newman)

After a bit of a wait, Calvin Harris has finally treated us to full audio of his next single, ‘Blame’. John Newman provides as per usual fantastic vocals befitting of a pop-dance track that is pretty much more of the same from Harris. Whilst it doesn’t try to break any boundaries, it doesn’t need to. … Continue reading

Duke Dumont – I Got U (Kilter Remix)

Unsurprisingly, Duke Dumont’s latest single ‘I Got U’ went straight to number one in the UK on Sunday. No wonder, the track is housey and fits the current mainstream mould, but it’s still interesting and different, with the steel drums contrasting the piano, helping to bring the sun out! Kilter has now had a go … Continue reading

Cashmere Cat – Wedding Bells

‘Wedding Bells’ is like nothing I’ve ever heard at a wedding before. In fact, it’s probably one of the strangest pieces of music I’ve ever heard, but for some reason I can’t help but love it! ‘Wedding Bells’ features big cymbal sounds, weird drums and electronic samples, bells, whistles and everything in between – if … Continue reading