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

Madilyn Bailey – Don’t You Worry Child (Levi Remix)

It’s crazy to think that Swedish House Mafia’s final single is now almost three years old. The original seems to have managed to stand the test of time, so far, without sounding overly dated. Madilyn Bailey is a youtube cover artist, covering all realms of pop. Levi, on the other hand, we don’t know too … Continue reading

LYAR – Outta My Head (ft. Blest Jones)

After their amazing remix of Carly Rae Jepsen we posted a few weeks ago, I’ve been closely following LYAR to see what followed. ‘Outta My Head’ is only their second original offering but the duo seem to have started forming their own chilled out house vibe, relying heavily on classic piano overlayed with electronics. ‘Outta … Continue reading

Gaarden & Coots – Who You Really Are (Radio Edit)

If you are like us, and loving the beginnings of the UK summer with a classic British barbeque, you’ll love this sun-drenched debut track by Austrian duo Gaarden & Coots. The simple piano track overlayed with sax, mindless vocals and an ever-so-catchy hook, we reckon this might just set your tropical house vibes into overdrive.

Robin Schulz – Headlights (feat. Ilsey) [The Him Remix]

Remember Robin Schulz? The German remix extraordinaire looks to be carrying on with his work with the release of ‘Headlights’ featuring unknown singer Ilsey Juber. The vocal sounds oddly familiar, I can’t get enough of the build up before the chorus, and I’m a big fan of the strings in the original. But what I … Continue reading

Carly Rae Jepsen – I Really Like You (LYAR Remix)

So the title suggests something that wouldn’t normally make its way onto Friday Style, but Carly Rae Jepsen’s ‘I Really Like You’ is different. So it’s still manufactured, bubblegum pop, but the lyrics have a bit more meaning whilst still staying innately happy and catchy – I have to admit, it’s a guilty pleasure. Combine … Continue reading