Here are a few highlights.
Let's start with some Bryan Ferry songs...which are dreamy and driving in their own right but Somerset manages to make them even more of what they are. "The Chosen One" is a special song but here it is transcendent, especially as it peaks around the 5:30-ish mark.
Bryan Ferry released an album in 2002 called "Frantic" which contained a song about Marilyn Monroe called "Goddess of Love" ("Marilyn says I got nothing to wear tonight/ Only a pair of diamond earrings that catch the light/ Platinum blonde, is it true that you have more fun?"). This is a lovely take on it.
Somerset applied his magic to "Music," a perfectly serviceable Madonna song..and turned it into a magical, strung-out fantasy...if I put this on "LOOP," I can just zone out for an hour or so.
He dared to turn Massive Attack's downtempo "Teardrop" (otherwise known as the harpsichord-featured theme song to the television series "House" with Hugh Laurie) into a dark, rock and roll road trip.
His friend Peter Godwin got a makeover too! The 1982 cult "New Wave-y" dance song "Images of Heaven" by Godwin (I recall very well dancing to it in clubs in '82!) is here slowed down until it is almost a ballad in Somerset's hands. This slower pace allows the mournful, poetic aspect of the song to emerge.
But listen to what he can do with classic tunes like Steve Winwood's "I'm A Man" (making it even more ferocious and bad-ass than the original, and more than my heart can take)...
...and even, of all things, the classic disco song "Stayin' Alive" by The Bee Gees!
Browse through his video catalog on Youtube. Among the fantastic remixes, you will find a collection of original music he calls "10 Presidents," each track named after a U.S. President.
You can also listen to his remixes on SoundCloud.