Natalie Cressman – The Hills (The Weeknd Cover)

After a huge underground following and the global success of ‘Can’t Feel My Face’, the next single from The Weeknd is proving to be just as popular. I really like the dark and sultry nature of ‘The Hills’, but this cover almost completely removes that aspect, adding a chilled out, almost Drake like vibe. And … Continue reading

Basenji – Can’t Get Enough

Record label Future Classic have tagged this one as ‘Cute’ – and we couldn’t agree more! Yet again we’ve stumbled across a trap that spans a number of genres, taking influence from Cashmere Cat, Clean Bandit, Brasstracks and clearly some sort of nursery rhyme… Anyway, it’s oddly catchy (and also does wonders for coping with … 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.

The Wombats – Greek Tragedy (Oliver Nelson Remix)

Oliver Nelson likes to keep himself to himself, but his music tells as much as a story that it really doesn’t matter. Whether its fast-paced electro remixes or jazzy, relaxing piano based efforts like this re-work of ‘Greek Tragedy’, nothing is too much. Just like the lyrics, this one hits like ecstasy.

Chet Faker – No Diggity

A little revist to Australian singer Chet Faker’s Souncloud and we’re reminded of this absolute beauty which came out three years ago. ‘No Diggity’ is already a great song, but boy does Chet Faker but his own lazy, jazzy and easy style to it. Relax.

Mozaic – Gold

It’s beginning to look like a very chilled week here at Friday Style… Today’s offering comes from emerging producer Mozaic from Michicgan. Donnie Odom really opitomises music as an experimental art here, with pulsing drums layered over a very slick piano hook, oozing with lush warmth. It’s almost hip-hop meets jazz, and we love it. … Continue reading