Tyler Touche – New To You

There’s no denying that Tyler Touche is something of a household now. Which is crazy when you think that he’s only just into his twenties and yet has been on the radar for almost 4 years. ‘New To You’ continues his ever so calculated domination with rich, silky, highly Australian styled pop-electro-dance. It’s infectious and … Continue reading

Wave Racer – World Record feat. Lido

So what do you call this? A little bit of trap here, mix in some electro, add some sounds no one has ever heard before and you create Wave Racer. ‘World Record’ is much of the same from the Australian producer; fun vibes, little drops, and interesting sounds.

Panama – Jungle (Motez Remix)

Just had a quick look back, and though Panama have always been on our radar, we’ve actually only posted a remix Wave Racer did of ‘Always’ back in 2013! Though we’re big Panama fans, their music doesn’t really fit the Friday Style mould. Which is why, once again, it’s a remix which makes its way … Continue reading

Alexander Lewis – In The Mornin’

Yet again we’ve stumbled across a track that doesn’t neatly fit into one genre, and that’s probably what’s so great about the blog. ‘In The Mornin” is a trap-influenced, experimental electro track. Although almost alarmingly minimalist, once it drops there is a real warmth. We’re not convinced this is anything more than a fun release … Continue reading

Timbaland – Give It To Me (DiscoRazor Remix)

Who remembers this one? Timbaland’s ‘Give It To Me’ went number 1 in the UK back in 2007, and this remix from Paris-based producer DiscoRazer ticks pretty much every pop-update remix. Clearly inspired by the recent work of FAB & LeMarquis (who he’s actually touring with), ‘Give It To Me’ in fact follows a much … Continue reading

Dyro – Pure Noise

The latest from Dutch producer and Hardwell protégé Dyro. ‘Pure Noise’, as the name suggests, is firmly in the realms of ‘banger’ territory – a thumping bass-line is mashed with distorted, visceral synths to create an absolute beast of a track. Although the vocal interlude is cheap Knife Party ripoff, the track itself provides the … Continue reading