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

Carly Rae Jepsen – I Really Like You (LYAR Remix)

So the title suggests something that wouldn’t normally make its way onto Friday Style, but Carly Rae Jepsen’s ‘I Really Like You’ is different. So it’s still manufactured, bubblegum pop, but the lyrics have a bit more meaning whilst still staying innately happy and catchy – I have to admit, it’s a guilty pleasure. Combine … Continue reading

Madeon – Pay No Mind (ft. Passion Pit)

A match made in heaven, Passion Pit’s involvement in Madeon’s ‘Pay No Mind’ sounds as if they’ve tapped into somekind of rainbow magic. Tight electro vibes galore, it’s impossible not to smile as the vocals kick in. We cannot wait for the full album to drop – probably like most people out there! Check it … Continue reading

Alex Young / Lontalius – Maybe Your Smile Will

Alex Young yet again surprises us with another diverse release. Teaming up with Lontalius, a 17 year old singer from New Zealand, ‘Maybe Your Smile Will’ is a perfect moody R&B styled, electronic track. It’s impossible not to sit back and appreciate this, so stop what you’re doing and watch the world go by for … Continue reading

Alex Young – Make Things For Smile (U&I)

For a mere 18 years old, American producer Alex Young has an incredibly diverse, interesting, and professional repertoire. ‘Make Things for Smile’ is yet again something different, albeit still housed within the now massive genre of electronic dance music. This isn’t a full original, it’s actually a mashup between an old Skrillex record and Gatlantis’ … Continue reading

Junior Jack – Thrill Me (Gigamesh Remix)

Gigamesh seems to shift styles like some sort of musical chameleon. Either way, all of the output is top quality, and ‘Thrill Me’ is no different. Standard bass driven synth dance is the order of the day, with a proper sunshine feel. This is highly likely to bring a little grin to any listener’s face. … Continue reading