The excellent lead single off her debut album is definitely her most poppy and accessible track off the record. While nothing matches the near perfect “Everything is Embarrassing”, “I Blame Myself” and this track are proof that she has not let up in creating some of the year’s best pop songs.
FIFA have always had a knack for choosing a soundtrack that not only appealed to listeners, but helped them to find music they would not have found elsewhere. This German highlight is a prime example of this, and stands as one of my favourites from the latest installment.
After building slowly, the track sets off and never really lets you go. Make sure you have headphones in on this track, absolute banger.
“Guess I still don’t see the difference between real purpose and that urgent adolescence.” The stunning opener from Hear, Hear. III, has gorgeous instrumentation led by an equally powerful vocal speech. Just read the lyrics and enjoy.
The second mixtape by the young Chicago rapper was released with a great degree of expectation from various publications. This hype allowed Acid Rap to become widespread, and is now one of the most critically acclaimed mixtapes in years. A vocal style similar to that of Danny Brown, with a flow like Kendrick at times, …
Now popularized by the mesmerizing and character defining moment on GTA V where Michael is acid tripping, this gloriously breezy tune is the standout track in terms of memories for the game. Put it on repeat, watch your troubles fly away.
The incredible new album by indie legends Arcade Fire, is this year’s most daring record. An ambitious, lengthy affair of epic scale, it seems only fitting that it end with arguably their most gorgeous song ever, and one of the best album closers I’ve heard in a long while. The polarizing track can’t help but …