SWIMS – Twice

After an initial posting a couple of months ago SWIMS jumped onto the Friday Style radar recently with ‘Twice’. Climbing up the HypeMachine charts, I’m a big big fan of this moody R&B tune, which reminds me of somekind of mix of Drake and Jai Paul. The duo (we think?) list London as their hometown … 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

Hugh – Learn To Fall (Aveno Remix)

With perhaps one of the best usernames going on soundcloud, Hugh is actually a band. And there isn’t even anyone called Hugh in said band. Anyway, there’s nothing confusing about Hugh’s style, with sultry, sexy and powerful lyrics intertwined with off beat piano riffs, minimal processing and an XX style performance. I really like the … Continue reading

London Grammar – Hey Now (Addal Edit)

4 months later, and ‘Hey Now’ is still sending shivers down our spines here at Friday Style. Though this ones a little deeper than the Tensnake interpretation we posted previously. Italian producer Addal is somewhat mysterious, using the phrase ’emotional music’ throughout – and to good effect. This version of the already wistful ‘Hey Now’ … Continue reading

London Grammar – Hey Now (Tensnake Remix)

Tensnake has been pretty much filling in for lost time with a multitude of releases over the past few weeks. He gave his take on Duke Dumont’s new single ‘I Got U’ a few days ago, however we’ve decided to post his remix of London Grammar. ‘Hey Now’ has been performing well in the UK … Continue reading

Above & Beyond – Acoustic

Above & Beyond are hugely famous in the trance world, and have garnered much respect for their production skills, DJing all over the world to vast amounts of people. They don’t really feature much here on Friday Style, not really fitting into the genres we blog about, though I am a fan all the same. … Continue reading