S’natra – Love To See You Smile

Just as we seem to be getting the last few rays of summer sun this weekend, so I stumble across ‘Love To See You Smile’ by Harlem based S’natra. Apparently he’s “Harlem’s latest up and coming emcee” and has been gaining local attention after the releases mix tapes; The Intermission,¬†and his most recent Habits Til … Continue reading

Oliver Nelson – Found Your Love (Ft. Heir)

A huge congratulations must go to Oliver Nelson, who, after countless amazing remixes, reworks and collaborations, has finally come up with an original track! ‘Found Your Love’ is pretty much exactly what you might expect, a groovy electro-pop styled track with funk influences and top-notch production. This one features vocals from Heir, which is actually … Continue reading

The Knocks – Collect My Love ft Alex Newell

The Knocks go back their disco roots with ‘Collect My Love’. Big vocals are the order of the day with this one, expertly provided by Alex Newell (from Glee and Blonde’s ‘All Cried Out’). With pretty much monthly releases, it looks as if the Knocks will be putting something substantial out soon, in the form … Continue reading

Zimmer x Pallace – Saturday Love

Distant and melodic with one of the smoothest piano hooks you’re going to here this month, ‘Saturday Love’ is on repeat at Friday Style HQ this week! Though Zimmer is well known, we hadn’t heard of Pallace before – a DJ/Producer from Paris, watch this space for more!

Sigma – Higher (feat. Labrinth)

Sigma have their drum-and-bass meets pop concoction down to a tee with this latest collaboration with Labrinth. Though perhaps ‘Higher’ isn’t quite a catchy as ‘Nobody to Love’ and ‘Changing’, this latest release hints of a more formulaic direction for the UK based duo. You can expect to be hearing this everywhere in mere weeks.

KOA – All Of My Love

More of the same here from Future Classic’s own KOA. Tight synths and a very tasty vocal hook make for a slick house record by the Australians. This really is oozing with a rich quality that we’ve come to expect from Future Classic. It’s been a great year for the label, with many of their … Continue reading