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29 January 2016, 17:39
Need some tunes? We've got you covered.
January was full of amazing music that you may have missed. But don't worry, we got all the best stuff here for you. Tuck in.
Tropically infused dance music is on the cards for AlunaGeorge's mighty comeback single that has us dancing at our desks.
Glossy, uplifting pop banger from everyone's favourite Brooklyn hipsters. New album Moth is pure FIYAH.
Well this is a surprise. Charlie Puth released a VERY VERY good song with our fave Selena Gomez. Is there anything Selena can't do?
The UK's answer to Alessia Cara. Her first single topped 100k plays in just 48 hours on Soundcloud. Not bad. Excellent Dizzee Rascal sample, too.
Sophisticated and shimmering pop served up by the devilishly handsome Josef Salvat is everything a cold January ordered.
Officially the first banger of 2016. Glitchy electro-pop so good it will make slut drop within 5 seconds.
Anthemic and stadium sized seems to be on Lawson's agenda, and "Money" delivers on both counts.
Technically from December but we're posting now to make up for our tardiness. LCDMF are Finland's answer to Icona Pop. They've been around for some time but this could be their crossover moment.
Solid pop-rock with a dash of Santigold thrown in for good measure. We're L.I.V.I.N.G for London-based Lea Lea's comeback single. EP to follow next month.
It might be January but you wouldn't know it listening to this summery indie-pop banger from Sub Pop's latest signings. Smiles all round.
Similar to LA Priest or Hot Chip; we're addicted to the nocturnal, housey vibes from Andrea Tirone, producer and songwriter from Turin, now residing in London. Big tune.
Nina Nesbitt takes a page out of Tove Lo's book, embracing darkness, synths and drum machines, resulting in a sexy, dark and wonderful track.
Was it worth the wait? Emphatically, yes. We could do without the Tidal nonsense though. Head over to Tidal for the song.
Brendon has truly embraced swing music for Death of a Bachelor and, we're ngl, we LOVE it.
What do you do after releasing 12 studio albums over 20 years? You go techno, obviously. Neil and Chris are still one of the most exciting pop artists alive.
Rosie Lowe follows in the footsteps of Rhye with this sublime slice of mature electronic pop with warm and fulfilling production. Music with a soul.
The follow-up to "Dancing On Glass" is a slow-burning sex jam of epic proportions. We're into it. Yeasayer and Tears For Fears fans will be, too.
The 1975 will be the biggest band in the world by the end of the year, if songs like this are anything to go by.
Vanessa could be the UK's answer to Beyonce, if only people would let her. She continues her winning streak after "Relationship Goals" and "Don't Wanna Be Your Lover". Get on this now.
Whitney share no musical similarities with their namesake, Ms Houston (RIP), but they do write beautiful indie/folk ditties instead, so all is forgiven.
Zayn's proves that in 1D are behind him, as he showcases the R&B-side to him that he was so achingly trying to set free.