LeMarquis – Thoughts (Ft. Chiara Noriko)

Last year was certainly huge for LeMarquis. Announcing himself onto the scene with, quite frankly, some of the most diverse, different, and high quality remixes I’ve ever heard, it’s high time for some original output and ‘Thoughts’ doesn’t disappoint. Featuring Chiara Noriko – a London based singer with an angelic voice, this still has that … Continue reading

Julian Cross & BEAR – Forget Me Nots (Ft. Libbie) [Adam Trigger X Jetique Remix]

You may well recognise the main vocal from Men In Black, which was actually changed – anyway, this is a cover (released in 2015), then a remix… it’s quite complicated. What’s simple is that this is a great little house number, with thumping bass, a lovely synth line and vocals that bring it all together. … Continue reading

Max Manie – TopDown Feat. Maggy Rich (KlangTherapeuten Remix)

With Disclosure styled synths, effortless vocals from Maggy Rich and summery house vibes throughout, I can’t get enough of this one at the moment! Austrian Max Manie is a newcomer to Friday Style, having hit 2013 hard with single ‘Sunday’, coincidentally also gaining huge popularity with a remix by KlangTherapeuten. It seems like a winning … Continue reading

Falqo – Across The Sea

Whether you’ve heard of Falqo before or not, it’s near-on impossible not to get swept into the summery disco vibes of this Australian producer. So go out and enjoy some glorious April sunshine if there is some!

Lenno & Bee’s Knees – Better With You (Feat. Monogem)

Surprisingly, we haven’t featured a Lenno song in over a year, but with a new EP, Good Thing, out now, it seemed like a good time to re-introduce the Finnish producer. ‘Better With You’ is Lenno’s favourite from the EP, with a Mat Zo, disco-house infused sound that combines well with vocals from Mongem.

argonaut&wasp – Always

Though ‘Always’ is very much it’s own tune, you can hear the influences loud and clear. At first Pet Shop Boys springs to mind before the chorus kicks in and ¬†argonaut&wasp change tack. The band, hailing from Brooklyn, call it dance pop, with their other output screaming of Chromeo, Simian and other similar sounds. Definitely … Continue reading