Asta – Dynamite (feat. Allday)

With a very familiar sounding piano hook, Australia based singer Asta brings the dance with her lastest single ‘Dynamite’. Instantly catchy, we’re hoping this gets some summer play over here. Check it out. Advertisements

Cashmere Cat – Adore (ft. Ariana Grande)

We’ve been hyping up the Australian for a few months, and boy are we happy to see his name up in lights with Ariane Grande. ‘Adore’ is everything you’d expect from the experimental house artist. Plenty of odd noises, a dreamy drop which uses Grande’s vocals to the full, we can’t get enough of it. … Continue reading

Chelsea Lankes – Secret

It’s not too often that a pop song comes under our radar. And ‘Secret’ really wouldn’t be standard Friday Style fare. But I heard it and immediately liked it, so thought why not? Pop can be formulaic and boring, but Chelsea Lankes seems to shun the generalisations to produce a heartfelt track which is inherently … Continue reading

Young Franco – Close 2 U (ft. JOY.)

Early Calvin Harris. Duke Dumont. Comparisons that could easily be drawn to this fantastic new offering from Australian producer Young Franco. With pumping beats, melodic syths and that all important Summer sound (even though it’s Winter in AUS!), ‘Close 2 U’ will hopefully carry some weight here in the UK. The vocals are provided by … Continue reading

Ed Sheeran – Sing [Syn Cole Remix]

Another remix of Ed Sheeran’s ‘Sing’ this week! Syn Cole with a fantastic heavy electronic effort. But as per from Syn Cole, it’s more than just formulaic house – it sounds as if a proper drum kit has been recorded, which is nice. Plus, the breakdown, though short and sweet, is a joy to behold! … Continue reading

Passenger – Circles (Elkoe Remix)

So as far as we can see, Elkoe has been around for less than a month (online at least). Passenger seems to be a pretty logical artist to remix for this kind of genre. It’s Kygo inspired, chilled out indie influenced house remixes which a so great to either sit back and indulge in, or … Continue reading