The Bias Listing is a Ok-pop weblog that additionally covers a good quantity of J-pop. However similar to most music followers, I take pleasure in tracks from all around the globe. So, I assumed I’d begin a month-to-month round-up of a number of the non-Ok-pop songs which have caught my ear. No rankings — simply highlights!
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Bebe Rexha – Visions (Don’t Go)
Bebe Rexha’s new album is a wonderful assortment of pop songs and I couldn’t let a World Pop Spherical-up go by with out that includes this glistening gem.
Becky Hill & Lewis Thompson – Aspect Results
That storage sound is so addicting.
Vivid Gentle Vivid Gentle – Boys And many others.
Retro, Pet Store Boys-esque synthpop with an amazing refrain.
Conan Grey – By no means Ending Tune
That is fairly a change for him and I’m digging the extra upbeat, 80’s sound. The video is tons of enjoyable, too.
Dotter – No Room For Love
It’s all about that pummeling, synth-drenched refrain. Completely huge.
Honey. – In The Finish
Mix ABBA-esque, melancholic melody with anthemic energy chords and also you’d obtained this timeless standout.
Icona Pop & Yaeger – Shit We Do For Love
It’s good to listen to this brash, daring duo again making dance music! I like the trance influences.
KEiiNO – RITMA
New music from KEiiNO is all the time price celebrating!
Kylie Minogue – Padam Padam
I just like the catchy electro throb of Padam Padam, however extra importantly the previews for Kylie’s upcoming album sound completely flawless.
PNAU – Stars (ft. Bebe Rexha & Ozuna)
That is an fascinating workforce of collaborators and one other surefire hit for the ever-reliable PNAU.
Rita Ora – Praising You (ft. Fatboy Slim)
As anticipated, Praising You depends closely on its pattern. However, it’s a welcome dose of upbeat nostalgia.
Change Disco – React (ft. Robert Miles & Ella Henderson)
An easy dance hit that’s deservedly conquering Europe.
Zara Larsson – Finish Of Time
I don’t like this almost as a lot as Can’t Tame Her, however the brand new album’s shaping up fairly properly.
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