Disclosure – Omen ft. Sam Smith

We can’t lie and say we weren’t uber excited when this one popped up! After the success of ‘Latch’, it’s easy to assume that the Disclosure x Sam Smith mix is a match made in heaven. ‘Omen’ really does represent a maturing in style for the UK electronic duo. It still features that defined rich … Continue reading

Sam Smith – Leave Your Lover (Motez Remix)

When listening to Sam Smith’s album last year I was struck by the simplicity of ‘Leave Your Lover’ – and surprised this didn’t become the next single as a natural progression from ‘Stay With Me’. Either way, Motez has really turned this one around into a fast paced and bouncy record with little memory of … Continue reading


So 2014 went pretty fast! We’ve had some great music, yet more crossover genres and EDM has now become the genre of choice. As always, I’m a big fan of the year-in-review megamixes featuring the biggest hits of the year all rolled into one. Here are our round-up of the best. So far, I think … Continue reading

Freddy Verano – Moments (feat. Sam Smith)

Sam Smith’s inclusion in this is a great decision, but it sounds heavily altered, even sounding a little like Will Young! Either way, it’s a great track. Poppy and dancey, the house inspired piano hook is strong and moulds well with the vocals. It’s uplifting but melodic, a great combination. Depending on whose name this … Continue reading

Sam Smith – Stay With Me (Throttle Remix)

Sam Smith’s ‘Stay With Me’ is a brooding, slow, love track, as I’m sure the majority of you will already know. It’s not Friday Style, not at least until Throttle was let loose! ‘Stay With Me’ is now an infectious dance record which makes me want to get up and dance. It’s nearly the weekend … Continue reading

Tourist – I Can’t Keep Up (feat. Will Heard)

2014 is most definitely going to be the year we see Tourist hit the big time. After the huge Sonnentanz last year, Will Heard hasn’t been up to much so it’s nice to hear more from the UK singer-songwriter! ‘I Can’t Keep Up’ is a slow burning house track, focusing heavily on Will’s vocals. It … Continue reading