#5. Her – Shuggie
I’d already featured a bunch of songs from Her’s debut album before it was released, but knowing how awesome they are it was a good bet to see at least one more track come out of it that had yet to be released as a single.
#4. Fabich Feat. James Vickery – Overtime
It’s really be some time since I came across a smashing prog dance track. I don’t think this is it, but it’s close. It’s almost a tease of a dance track… makes you think it’s gonna just blow up at any second into a full on rager but instead settles down into something more controlled.
#3. Bravestation – Deeper Than Oceans
Vibes that sound like they should be from the late 80s, but still would be right at home in some nice upscale piano bar in 2018.
#2. Geordie Kieffer – Touch Me Tease Me
Not sure how this track made it all the way up to #2, but here we are. It’s … something. The video is also a must watch. As odd as it is, I can’t get it out of my head. Plus… that dude bum man. So hot.
#1. Mad Clown & San E – Butterfly
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Yep – still obsessed with KPop. In fact, this song actually unseated the new Drake track last week. I was so torn about having two real strong releases in the same week that I instead shifted this one to this week. Again, a fun video can be found should you be so inclined. KPop is brilliant.
#5. Whinnie Williams – Sorry Now
If this doesn’t stick in your head, you aren’t human. Painfully catchy chorus.
#4. Aquilo – Seagull
Aquilo returns this week (or last week) with Seagull – another in their long line of standout pop tracks.
#3. Bravestation – Gemini
Came across Bravestation this past week through a release of another song (which just mayyyyy be featured next week). Doing my “listen to every track by a new band ever” routine, Gemini stuck out as probably my favorite of all their tracks. Something real charming about this.
#2. Tom Misch Feat. Loyle Carner- Water Baby
There’s something about Tom Misch’s voice and sound that is incredibly calming. While I do love the verse brought by Loyle Carner, I can’t but help to do a couch wiggle to the soft vocals of Tom.
#1. Drake – Nice For What
Stupid catchy Drake. I swear to god I don’t know how he does it. He just has this knack for producing music that is irresistible. I will say that this track has worn on me a bit since the first listen (which literally had me thinking it was going to be top track of 2018 after 1 play). Just gotta learn the lyrics of this bad boy so I can sing along while I bust a move.