#5. G-Eazy feat. Demi Lovato – Breakdown
Yea it’s made for radio with it’s chorus, but I can’t help but kinda dig it.
#4. Remi Wolf – Guerilla
More awesomeness from Remi Wolf, who’s starting to really carve out a space for herself in this glitchy, fun-pop world.
#3. Disposable Impressions – Driftn
Slip Away, and I equally dig this tripped-up take on it.
#2. Austin Millz Feat. Aluna – Gold
Sounds like AlunaGeorge, even if we’re missing the George. Aluna’s vocals will do that, as will this danceable beat from Austin Millz.
#1. Elias Boussnina – Pinewood
Love everything about this track. The verses, the hook, the chorus, the post-chorus pre-verse (?). It’s catchy as hell. There was a def top 3 this week, and a definite top track.
#5. Mating Ritual – Old Disco
Been some time since I heard new stuff from Mating Ritual. Their “in your face” style of pop rock still holds true. Adrenaline-fueled, fun music.
#4. Mild Minds – Machine
This track is the “uncanny valley” of songs to me. It makes me uncomfortable and kinda creeps me out. But I still dig it nonetheless.
#3. Jr Jr – Good Old Days (Classixx Remix)
https://soundcloud.com/dale-earnhardt-jr-jr // https://soundcloud.com/CLASSIXX
It’s been AGES since I heard a Classixx remix. Glad to see they are just as retro-chill as they always were. Great spin of this JR JR.
#2. Little Monarch – Strike
Hadn’t heard of Little Monarch prior to
Strike. Will be sure to follow now. Great pop track.
#1. Kanye West – Believe What I Say
I truly did not expect to like anything on
Donda. After a few albums of music I just could not listen to (which is so disappointing considering how much I adored the early-era Kanye). In fact I’m almost disgusted by how much I am in love with Believe What I Say. It’s brilliant. It’s the epitome of the kind of light-hearted hip hop I adore. Catchy hooks, great sample, singable and just a feel-good vibe. Why do you tease me like this Kanye. Make more like this plz.