Feature | April 8, 2016
9 Best Songs in the World


1. Lido – Crazy

The Norwegian producer-extraordinaire (and mastermind behind one of our favorite remixes ever) is getting ready to drop his debut album sometime this year. “Crazy,” an orchestral take on Lido‘s future pop, is out first taste of the release and g’damn we’re excited.


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2. HONNE & Izzy Bizu – Someone That Loves You

You had us at “new HONNE.” The latest from this duo finds them collaborating with a fellow Londonite and partner in soul, Izzy Bizu. A heavy-hitter from some heavy-hitters.

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3. NVDES – The Other Side

Josh Ocean re-emerges as the mastermind between experimental-pop outfit NVDES. His latest track “The Other Side” is a breezy trippy stroll down an extra-slick bassline.

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4. Slovenlie – Disaster

Slovenlie‘s “Disaster” is sweet and punishing, an interesting dichotomy that makes for a stunning debut. Get into it.

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5. Von Sell – I Insist

Quirky, cerebral and, above all, infectious indie-pop for fans of Phoenix and Yeasayer. tl;dr: Lots of good things going on here.

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6. X-Dog – Drunk In The Quarry

Sure, we might’ve just posted this one today but it sure as hell is one of our favorite tracks of the week. Scuzzy rock meets pop-punk for fans of Diarrhea Planet and Into It. Over It.

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7. Nick Jonas – Champagne Problems

We can’t close out the week without a bonafide pop banger. Enter Nick Jonas with “Champagne Problems,” a funky disco radio-ready hit. You love it — don’t lie.

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8. Kaytranada – Glowed Up (Ft. Anderson .Paak)

Two of 2016’s busiest team up on the latest cut to appear off Kaytranada‘s upcoming LP. It’s as amazing as you’d expect.

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9. MUNA – Loudspeaker

MUNA already won us over with “Promise.” They’re about to win you over with their new HAIM-esque synth-pop jam “Loudspeaker.”

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