It's different, period.
California beach dream pop meets high school party.
A track that deserves to be a part of the best songs of 2019 discussion.
A song that moves as fast as a weary traveler.
Hitting all the right spots, no matter what your state of mind.
Paranoia wrapped in a chirpy, optimistic tune.
A 1968 track from the Irishman feels like an American icon.
More sedate than moving.
A mixing of two genres you never thought would work.
Latice Crawford shines with a raspy, soulful voice and heartfelt message.
Reedy is strong, resilient, and a survivor.
Back with a tinge of heartbreak.
How the UK star followed his six year break from music.
A pure 70s style retro funk.
A light tune that lifts the mood of a serious album.
We should thank the girl that put him through all this pain.
The type of song that makes you feel woozy or that you should be sipping a strong drink to.
They're not making music for millennials anymore. In fact, they're not trying too.
"Yellow" helped mark Coldplay's 2000s debut, painting a scene of bright-eyed wistfulness and dreamy love.
The emotional weight of relating to a song. Thanks Killers.
This acoustic track is musically sound, but doesn't quite emotionally hit.
Scandinavian folk and Trap combine old and new in a bold single.
Galapaghost's track is like a wisp of smoke, here and gone in a second.
The New York band kicks off their 10th release with a black metal banger that's just waiting for a mosh pit.
An evolution in the band's sound.