Great little chiptune song with really nice production, I found them through the Scott Pilgrim game soundtrack. Good stuff.
This was my introduction to Lofi type music, I knew of the dude through Filthy Frank. The samples at the front end are top notch.
The first Gambino song I ever heard, this was the song that got me into Gambino and other artists like Chance and Danny Brown. It's quite punny as well as being included in a fantastic EP.
A song I heard a bunch when I was younger, full to the brim with guitar towards the second half as well as the lead singers thick scottish accent. Makes me feel a bit patriotic haha.
Whenever you hear someone talk about 'real music' they usually mean something like this, and I can't deny that it's great. Great harmonies as well as being lyrically interesting.
Heavy-on-production cover which never fails to impress me. His other stuff is great as well, but I'll write about that in another months list probably.
Another really heavily produced track from one of my favourite albums ever. Maybe I just like the bass hitting my ears.
Great samples throughout the track, great melody, great song in whole. This won't be the last time I mention Madeon.
Classic song, really clever lyrics with references to different middle-eastern building and such. Catchy chorus as well.
This song takes me back to one of my favourite films ever, totally transports me to a different time in my life. Brilliant film. Beautiful song.
On of my favourite instrumental tracks from Daft Punk, I love the almost impossible guitar riffs at the front of the track and the hypnotic synths towards the end.
I used to listen to the song while cycling, because I could cycle into the centre of town in about the same length as the track, it made it feel like I was in a music video or something.
Great comedic song, tons of attitude and personality. Danny Sexbang is my idol.