OLWIK & Terri B! – Fight No More

Happy New Year! OLWICK and Terri B introduce ‘Fight No More’ as progressive pop, and we would have to agree. With a Zedd sounding synth, catchy vocals and a poppy hook that is very easy to sing along to, you may be hearing ‘Fight No More’ again very soon.   Advertisements

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

Calvin Harris – Blame (feat. John Newman)

After a bit of a wait, Calvin Harris has finally treated us to full audio of his next single, ‘Blame’. John Newman provides as per usual fantastic vocals befitting of a pop-dance track that is pretty much more of the same from Harris. Whilst it doesn’t try to break any boundaries, it doesn’t need to. … Continue reading

Pharrell – Gust of Wind (feat. Daft Punk)

We are eagerly anticipating international musical magician Pharrell William’s latest solo album, GIRL, here at Friday Style. After a bit of a hiatus, the releases of Get Lucky and Blurred Lines reminded us of Pharrell’s brilliance, and the huge dominance of ‘Happy’ is a great sign for the upcoming album, which is out next week! … Continue reading

Cashmere Cat – Wedding Bells

‘Wedding Bells’ is like nothing I’ve ever heard at a wedding before. In fact, it’s probably one of the strangest pieces of music I’ve ever heard, but for some reason I can’t help but love it! ‘Wedding Bells’ features big cymbal sounds, weird drums and electronic samples, bells, whistles and everything in between – if … Continue reading

Claire – Games (Passion Pit Remix)

It’s not new but we’ve just been introduced to Claire – and we can assure you they’re going to be BIG. Formed in 2012 after three German producers helped singer-songwriter Josie-Claire Bürkle in a film project with friends, Claire have gone from strength to strength. ‘Games’ is a genre shifting track, with elements of electropop, … Continue reading