We’re getting our first glimpse of new songs from the upcoming year’s music, and the most interesting ones have been written by some of the most talented artists on the planet.
Here are our picks for the best mind-games from 2016, and some of our favorite remixes.
The year’s best mind gameThe year was good for the music of the year, and 2016 saw plenty of new releases.
It also saw the biggest-selling albums of the past five years, and many more artists were on top of their game.
With a full year of new music to listen to, it’s hard to remember just how much we’ve already heard.
Here’s a look at the best new music of 2016:Artists that really stood outIn 2016, it was a year when we saw some of music’s most interesting artists come out of the shadows and break through to the mainstream.
This was a time when artists like Kaskade, Daft Punk, and The Killers released albums with new lyrics and lyrics-heavy soundtracks.
Here were our picks:Art of the month: A Tribe Called Quest – No More Mr. Nice GuyThe best new artists of 2016 were also some of this year’s biggest hits.
The Tribe Called Quill, The Roots, and Frank Ocean all released albums that were at least a few minutes longer than usual, and these albums have gone on to sell tens of millions of albums.
Here, we’re picking the best songs from their latest releases.
Art of a Lifetime: Lady Gaga – I Miss YouArt of Love: Lorde – My Body is a WonderlandThis year was also a time of great new releases, with a lot of big-name artists making new albums.
But this is a good year to keep an eye out for new music from the likes of Björk, The Killies, The xx, and Tove Lo.
Art Of The Year: Katy Perry – Witnessing a LegendHere are some of my favorite new music videos of 2016, with some of them being downright stunning.
Here we’re highlighting a handful of my favorites from the year:We’re not going to forget about the greatest albums of 2016.
Here they are, in no particular order:The best albums of 2017There’s not much to pick from 2017, and there’s a lot that could have gone wrong.
It’s a bit like a bad car wreck, with just enough bad parts left over that we’re left with a bunch of broken pieces.
But 2017 was a great year for some of these albums, with many more coming out in 2017.
Here our picks from 2017.
Artists who really stood upArtists are not always the best at writing catchy hooks.
But the best albums that made a mark in 2017 are the ones that did something different.
Here you’ll find a list of some of 2017’s best new songs.
Articles for 2017We can’t go through this list without including our annual roundup of our best writing articles of the last five years.
But you should also check out our picks, which cover all the things we love to do when we’re writing.
Article of the Month: Autechre – The Lost TribeArtists at their bestArtists in their bestWe can never go wrong with the list of the top artists of 2017.
But it’s not the best list, either.
This is just one of our favorites.
Here is our pick for the top 10 best albums in 2017:Articles of the Year: Kendrick Lamar – To Pimp a ButterflyArtists: The Killings – No Love LostArtists of the Decade: Beyoncé – FormationArtists on the Run: Drake – ViewsArtists to Watch: Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds – In the EndArtists and Music: Justin Bieber – Sorry for ThisArtists for 2017: Justin Timberlake – I Don’t CareArtists 2017: Beyonce – LemonadeArtists 2018: Taylor Swift – FormationArtist of the Week: Lana Del Rey – Lust for LifeArtists (no song listed above): The Killans – I Feel it ComingArtists we can’t stop thinking aboutArtists Who Should Have Been: Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring: The Ring of PowerThe Best Album of the Last DecadeWe know the list is long.
But here’s our pick of the best album of the decade.
We also know that a lot has happened in the past year, so it’s important that we continue to keep it updated.
Here:Artistic Directors: Director of Photography: James Cameron – AvatarDirector of Photography (no songs listed above): Marko Djuric – Star Wars: Episode VII: The Force AwakensDirector of Music: Kanye West – The Life of PabloDirector of Production: David Lynch – Twin PeaksDirector of Sound: Daniel Wu – InterstellarDirector of Visual Effects: Greg Dembski – Star Trek: Into DarknessDirector of Film: Jon M. Chu – Spider-Man: HomecomingDirector of Special Effects: David