PYHOF:'s 25 Best Songs of 2013 (So Far)

2013-07-05 1

From indie pop to post-punk, from veteran artists to relative newcomers, reveals a list of the 25 best songs that 2013 has been able to dish out so far. Take a look and see if you agree!

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We’re only half-way through 2013 but so much has already happened, especially on the music scene. Artists like Justin Timberlake, Kanye West and Daft Punk released new albums after years in hiatus, and the airwaves have enjoyed quite an explosion of genres ranging from synth-pop, indie, hip-hop and many more.

Having said that, the people from recently published a list of the best singles released this year so far. Personally, some of the songs in this list aren’t my cup of tea, but you gotta give them props for variety.

Mirrors by Justin Timberlake
Peace and Quiet by Waxahatchee
Imagine It Was Us by Jessie Ware
Master Hunter by Laura Marling
Q.U.E.E.N. (feat. Erykah Badu) by Janelle Monáe
Shut Up by Savages
Just Give Me A Reason (feat. Nate Ruess) by P!nk
Started From the Bottom by Drake
Entertainment by Phoenix
Numbers On The Board by Pusha T
Falling by Haim
GMF by John Grant
Late Night by Foals
White Noise (feat. AlunaGeorge) by Disclosure
Diane Young by Vampire Weekend
Wild For The Night (feat. Skrillex and Birdy Nam Nam) by A$AP Rocky
Red Eye (feat. Haim) by Kid Cudi
Weight by Mikal Cronin
Closer by Tegan and Sara
Recover by Chvrches
Blurred Lines (feat. Pharrell and T.I.) by Robin Thicke
Song for Zula by Phosphorescent
Retrograde by James Blake
Get Lucky by Daft Punk
New Slaves by Kanye West

PYHOF:’s 25 Best Songs of 2013 (So Far) by PYHOF on Grooveshark

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What do you think, guys? Do you agree with the list, or have they overlooked a particular gem? Leave your thoughts at the comments section below!

written by geegraphy on 2013-07-05 #music #lifestyle #time #lomography #analogue-lifestyle #playlist #2013 #pyhof

One Comment

  1. holgardo
    holgardo ·

    Besides James Blake and Daft Punk songs (that I love) I have no clue about the rest of the list. It's a fact I'm so frumpy this year. Meanwhile my tablet is playing a mix of Erik Satie (1880's), Philip Glass (1980's), Mazzy Star (1990's), Iron Maiden (2000's) & Dirty Little Rabbits (2000's).

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