The Bias Listing is a Okay-pop weblog that additionally covers a good quantity of J-pop. However together with most music followers, I get pleasure from tracks from all all over the world. So, I assumed I’d begin a month-to-month round-up of a number of the non-Okay-pop songs which have caught my ear. No rankings — simply highlights!
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Calvin Harris & Ellie Goulding – Miracle
Now that we’ve scoured home music and synthwave for all they’re value, may trance be the following dance style to re-take the mainstream? Can I presumably want for such an incredible future??
That is such an unimaginable throwback – nostalgic however tremendous contemporary as a result of it’s been such a very long time since this sound has been widespread.
Gustaph – As a result of Of You
Talking of home music, 90’s home is one in all my favourite genres and Gustaph completely re-creates it with the addictive As a result of Of You. That beat!! It’s so satisfying.
This track is representing Belgium in Eurovision, btw.
Leksikon – Beat Of The Metropolis (ft. Martin Halla)
Do you want Donkeyboy? Do you want Rat Metropolis? Do you discover these questions form of gross and borderline offensive?
Each acts are the brainchild of brothers Cato and Kent Sundberg, and Leksikon is their newest venture. It’s incredible electro funk.
Loreen – Tattoo
Oh my god… this track. Go away it to Loreen to ship an epic sound that feels far wider in scope and greater in vitality than the rest on the market. It’s the sequel to 2012’s immortal Euphoria we’ve all been begging for. I’m linking her efficiency reasonably than the audio as a result of the visible undoubtedly provides to the attraction.
Marcus & Martinus – Air
Whereas Loreen might have simply (and deservedly) received Melodifestivalen, twin brothers Marcus and Martinus made a reputation for themselves with this addictive piece of digital pop.
Oliver Tree & David Guetta – Right here We Go Once more
I like the relentless vitality that comes together with an Oliver Tree monitor. It is a good praise to final yr’s Miss You.
Perses – Catch The Night time
Thai group Perses impressed me with their debut My Time final yr. I wasn’t a fan of their follow-up, however the bounding vitality of Catch The Night time regains the momentum – even when it borrows from a few of my least favourite Okay-pop tropes.
PNAU – The Laborious Means (ft. Khalid)
PNAU meld environment and drive for the shimmering The Laborious Means. It’s barely extra upbeat than their current work with Dua Lipa and Britney Spears, hearkening again to their wonderful 2011 album Tender Universe.
Sigala – Feels This Good
Sigala has grow to be one in all my favourite producers of the period. His music is so large and euphoric. It doesn’t attempt to reinvent the dancefloor wheel, however as a substitute leans into all the most effective facets of the style. That is one other stunner.
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