Blonde & Craig David – Nothing Like This (Hotel Garuda Remix)

Hotel Garuda supply us with yet another top-notch remix, this time mixing up Blonde & Craig David’s ‘Nothing Like This’. With a strong original, this can’t have been easy, but the duo manage to add a chilled out house element which really compliments David’s garage style. I’m sure he would approve.

Don Diablo – YearMix

Don Diablo celebrates 2015 with an essential year mix. Embracing both the EDM flavoured and more underground sounds of the ever-expanding genre of future house, Don Diablo has had an extraordinary year. Having fostered a number of Beatport top 10s, as well as pushing his own label (entitled ‘Hexagon’), 2016 somehow promises to be an even bigger year … Continue reading

Blonde – All Cried Out (Oliver Nelson Remix)

So this might be a bit of Oliver Nelson overload (but surely that’s a good thing?), and this definitely isn’t the first ‘All Cried Out’ remix posted, but this deserves a post. Pure funky, soulful, disco infused electronic sounding lounge music. Enjoy your bank holiday weekend!

Blonde – All Cried Out feat. Alex Newell (99 Souls Remix)

After the original release a couple of weeks ago, it looks like Blonde are going full scale on this one with the announcement of an ‘All Cried Out’ EP, however it’s not out until May! Thought this remix doesn’t stray too far from the orignal, I like the strengthened beat and off tone synths in … Continue reading

Blonde – All Cried Out feat. Alex Newell

After their little remix of Pianoman a few weeks ago, Blonde are back with a proper original! Premiered on Annie Mac’s BBC Radio 1 show last week, ‘All Cried Out’ is bound to be a big hit, with a very strong piano melody and a nice drop. Glee star Alex Newell provides expert vocals. House … Continue reading

Blonde & Pianoman – Cast A Spell

Fresh from the massive success of ‘I Loved You’, Blonde are back for more with a very tasty collaboration/remix with Pianoman. As expected, a very strong piano melody is the basis for this which isn’t too different from the 90s original. Combined with retro vibes and a nice vocal hook, and we’re met with a … Continue reading