The 10 Best Songs of the Week

06/21/2014
This week’s list is centered around the notion that everything good eventually comes back. Whether it’s particular artists or classic songs, everything is reoccurring. This lists sees quite a few incredible acts dipping their toe back into the water with Jessie Ware and Don Trip both returning, the former gracefully and the latter ungracefully, and Bahamas officially back from hiatus. Additionally, two classic tracks get remixed, with the each taking a drastically different take on them compared to the original. This week certainty breathed some life into some amazing, yet dormant, artists.

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The 10 Best Songs of the Week

06/14/2014
This week’s list is a revival of sorts for a few veteran indie rock outfits. For Spoon, it’s been awhile since we’ve heard any music at all from them, nonetheless good music. Along those same lines, The Rentals are back in a big way with their “Thought of Sound” heightening the anticipation for their first LP since 1999. Regardless of their band’s start date, each of these artists has had their hand in crafting quality songs that stood above the rest in a week that saw a lot of significant releases.

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The 10 Best Songs of the Week

06/07/2014
There is power in numbers. Collective statements provide listeners with multiple different viewpoints, seemingly fitting the pieces of a puzzle together. So when Migos and pretty much the rest of Atlanta (minus Future) or Lee Bains III & The Glory Fires come together and create a piece of music, it feels as if we’re getting the complete, full picture.

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The 10 Best Songs of the Week

05/31/2014
It’s a common trend for artists to use past successes, whether their own or from another artist, as a means of inspiration. Nowhere else is that more prevalent on this list than with 50 Cent. But while 50 struggles to get back into form (a struggle that’s been going on for a long, long time), others embark upon the past and provide us with something special. Lana Del Rey provides a gloomier, darker edge to a classic princess song, Wolves in the Throne Room provide us with a great track similar to something you’d find on a murkier release of Dark Side of the Moon, and Greenwood Sharps draws inspiration from the timeless New York classic “Shook Ones Pt. II”. This week's collection of songs, regardless of their inspiration, are all incredible. Which song took home the prize as the top song of the week? Find out below.

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The 10 Best Songs of the Week

05/24/2014
The Internet is a wonderful mechanism. Never has it been easier for artists to gain exposure and share their music. The only caveat is that, if everyone can share their music, how does an artist escape from drowning in a sea of similar musicians? The answer to that is entirely simple, but needless to say the prevailing notion is that their music needs to be incredible. This week's collection of songs, no matter how remote the source, are all incredible. Which song took home the prize as the top song of the week? Find out below.

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The 10 Best Songs of the Week

05/17/2014
The appeal with new music can often be how quickly and deeply it resonates with the person. This week's collection of songs features a lot of tracks that had a profound impact on our writers. While it's never easy to narrow down a list like this, we've decided to do just that. From Lil’ Wayne to Parquet Courts to Sharon Van Etten to Robinson Porter to Blu, this list contains a wide variety of genres and styles. Which song took home the prize as the top song of the week? Find out below.

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The 10 Best Songs of the Week

05/10/2014
When thinking of an artist’s aesthetic, it’s interesting to see how they continue to manipulate and innovate while staying true to their sound. This week's collection of songs features a lot of artists looking to not only continue to find their sound, but build off of what they’ve accomplished in the past. While it's never easy to narrow down a list like this, we've decided to do just that. From Fyfe to Freddie Gibbs to First Aid Kit to Young Widows to Sia, this list contains a wide variety of genres and styles. Which song took home the prize as the top song of the week? Find out below!

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