Beyonce – Formation (Laibert Remix)

With the shock release of Lemonade some weeks ago it’s not surprising to see Beyonce remixes cropping up all over the place. This one really stood out, with an opening tropical house style that isn’t actually tropical house, before adding in the synths and Bey’s famous vocals. Different, but we like. With an EP scheduled … Continue reading

Queen & David Bowie – Under Pressure (Traveler Remix)

Nothing like a remix to get the weekend started! Everyone knows the original, Traveler add their own pop-house spin into the mix and it’s pretty good. Though they seem to be a widely unknown force (we don’t even know if they are a he/she/they), here’s hoping ‘Under Pressure’ resonates with the fans and gains some … Continue reading

LeMarquis – Hurricane (Feat. Alo Lee)

Self tagged dreamy R&B is certainly a shift away from the dirty house tunes we usually hear from LeMarquis. Although it is a bit slower, you can still hear the effortless yet high quality production and intensified sexy backdrops which complement vocals from Alo Lee. The London based singer songwriter was apparently sent the raw … Continue reading

Duke Dumont – Ocean Drive (B.R. Centurion’s Ballad Mix)

Something a bit different for your Sunday update – a very different remix from B.R. Centurion, who strips back Duke Dumont’s ‘Ocean Drive’ to it’s vocals before adding a minimal piano top-line and focusing on the harmonies. Beautiful. Any news on B.R. Centurion would be much appreciated, as no-one appears to know anything so far!

Duke Dumont – Ocean Drive

After the release of Duke Dumont’s updated version of ‘The Giver’, he’s back with something new. ‘Ocean Drive’ initially sounds like it could be part of the soundtrack to Drive – with 80s styled synthetic basslines. It’s very lyric heavy, instead of relying on a catchy hook as we’ve heard in the past. I feel … Continue reading

Madeon – Imperium

It’s impossible not to love everything Madeon does – we just wish he did it a little more often! ‘Imperium’ shows a huge change of style, a maturing of sound, and a futuristic record. The track is a lot heavier, still within the electro genre, but perhaps sounding a little more like artists such as … Continue reading