Following the release of Minecraft on PS4, we thought it was time to bring you a brand new playlist to listen to while you game.
Wow, talk about an amazing year for music. We’ve combed through both the US and UK charts as well as key albums in order to bring you the best songs of 1967.
Need the perfect song to kick off your weekend? Try Generationals’ “Gold Silver Diamond” – a shiny indie pop song with a beat that could have come from the Jackson 5. That track leads a strong batch of new songs from Ryan Adams, Karen O, Grimes, and Jeff Tweedy (and son!).
More than a few excellent titles make their streaming debut this week the including newest releases from Taylor Swift and Coldplay. Other highlights include Jason Aldean unleashing his inner Don Henley and Aphex Twin unleashing his inner . . . um . . . Aphex Twin.
Sakamoto’s new album, Let’s Dance Raw, shows off a deep love of funk, soul and analog-era pop. He’s put together a playlist that shows off his love of other esoteric pip sounds from a pre-digital age.
The hip-hop and R&B charts said goodbye to the 20th century with a mixture of the old and new guard among its ranks. Whitney Houston and Beyonce (well, Destiny’s Child) shared the spotlight as did Will Smith (with a track featuring baby Jaden) and Jay-Z. For those looking for the connection between Kenny Rogers and hip-hop, we present Bone Thugs N’ Harmony’s “Ghetto Cowboy.”