Immortal Reviews' Favorite Songs Of 2018

 
 

1. Mike Shinoda - 'Over Again'

Grief is not a linear process. Some days it may feel like you've moved on, and other days it will hit you in the chest again like it was yesterday. The world mourned Chester Bennington after he died by suicide in July of last year, and many - including us - are still healing. No one had been quite as pained as his family and his bandmates (though there is not really a need for distinction there), especially Mike Shinoda. His Post Traumatic EP follows his path of dealing with grief in the months following Bennington's passing, and at heart of it lies 'Over Again,' a heartbreaking song about having to "say goodbye over and over and over again" as the constant reminders of the past continue to haunt you every day. The song discusses the pressures, the pain, and the reality of what Shinoda faced in those months following, making it a beautiful, cathartic track not only for fans, but for Shinoda himself.

  Mike Shinod a Goes Face To Face With His Demons In   Post Traumatic  EP

Mike Shinoda Goes Face To Face With His Demons In Post Traumatic EP


2. Thirty Seconds To Mars - 'Great Wide Open'

'Great Wide Open' from Thirty Seconds To Mars' new album America could truly be the new national anthem. The album itself captures the essence of society as a whole, and more specifically the chaos of it, but 'Great Wide Open' looks at the moments of beauty we wish to preserve. The song is the sound of standing at the top of a mountain, looking down at the endless landscapes below and the elicits the feeling of wanting to keep that tranquility safe. From the gospel-backed chants of "let it out, let it go / lay down you arms" that sees the bridge explode with power and soul while calling for unity, the song's truly powerful sentiment comes from the more intimate line that ends the chorus, where Jared Leto pleads: "I will save your heart from breaking, won't you stop, please? Set me free."

  Thirty Seconds To Mars  Captures The Essence Of Today In   America

Thirty Seconds To Mars Captures The Essence Of Today In America


3. Muse - ‘Pressure’

No one delivers a funky rock anthem like Muse. From their new record Simulation Theory comes the stadium epic ‘Pressure,’ complete with endless riffs and a rocking drive. The song’s iconic guitar intro roars load and proud as a brass section empowers it, Matt Bellamy‘s vocals flowing energetically as Dom Howard‘s drums are tight and Chris Wolstenholme‘s bass runs rampant. The real charm of this song is its energy, which it skillfully unleashes with almost no effort. Muse keeps on proving that just when you think they’re losing steam, they’re still capable of delivering a punch.

  Muse  Dive Deep Into The 80s With Their Eclectic New   Simulation Theory

Muse Dive Deep Into The 80s With Their Eclectic New Simulation Theory


4. Thrice - ‘Beyond The Pines’

There’s a distinct sadness in the closing track to Thrice‘s newest record Palms. ‘Beyond The Pines‘ is a subtle track, where the rasp and weathering of Dustin Kensrue‘s voice truly shines. The song tells the painful story of losing someone. The chorus roars with powerful emotion, Kensrue crying out, “I will meet you there, beyond the pines, templed in twilight or dawn. The light and easy air, tracing the lines on our palms.” Thrice has always had a way of telling stories, but ‘Beyond The Pines’ takes it to another level. It’s one of the most beautiful stories told through music this year.

  Thrice  Changes Things Up In   Palms

Thrice Changes Things Up In Palms


5. Fall Out Boy - 'The Last Of The Real Ones'

Fall Out Boy has always known how to deliver an anthem, but none before them have quite hit the mark like 'The Last Of The Real Ones.' The driven piano intro leads into some of Patrick Stump's finest vocal work and a brilliant build throughout the song. Fall Out Boy gets back in touch with what made their pop punk-turned-alternative rock sound so loved in the first place, and with a giant chorus with unforgettable melodies and unwavering desire, 'The Last Of The Real Ones' is undoubtedly one of the band's, and 2018's, biggest anthems. 

  Fall Out Boy  Explode With Pop Flair In   MANIA

Fall Out Boy Explode With Pop Flair In MANIA



6. Thirty Seconds To Mars - 'Rescue Me'

America is neither wholly global nor intimate, but there are some very personal moments throughout the album where Thirty Seconds To Mars remind us that a lot of the battle lies within ourselves. 'Rescue Me' is the most clear and alarming of those warnings, the electronic rock ballad seeing Jared Leto try to find answers for a tortured past. From the restrained first verse that advises "Whatever you do, don't ever play my game / Too many years being the king of pain," to the pleads of the epic, building pre-chorus where he cries "Rescue me from the demons in my mind / Rescue me from the lovers in my life," Leto's pain and inner turmoil is revealed in its truest colors. The electronic ballad certainly has a lot of pop flair that'll keep listeners coming back, but the lyrics are a solemn reminder that even in times of chaos, the true battles are still in our minds.

  Thirty Seconds To Mars  Captures The Essence Of Today In   America

Thirty Seconds To Mars Captures The Essence Of Today In America


7. Fall Out Boy - 'Stay Frosty Royal Milk Tea'

While MANIA is largely anthemic and alternative, Fall Out Boy made sure to make a big punch. 'Stay Frosty Royal Milk Tea' opens the physical copies of the record, and may just be one of the biggest album openers ever. Giant, pounding synths give the song an industrial touch, Patrick Stump's vocals full of swagger while he stays in top form. The choruses are threatening and badass, maintaining power and the anthemic presence all at once. It's so big that it's going to be impossible for you to forget it.

  Fall Out Boy  Explode With Pop Flair In   MANIA

Fall Out Boy Explode With Pop Flair In MANIA


8. Mike Shinoda - 'Nothing Makes Sense Anymore' *

On his journey to best his tragedy and realize his identity after losing Chester, Mike Shinoda delivered a song that truly exemplifies the idea of someone's world falling apart. 'Nothing Makes Sense Anymore' is a unique and powerful song, featuring nothing but Mike's tortured vocals and gentle synths, all amounting to a world-crushing feeling as Mike sings some truly pained words: "My inside’s out / my left is right / My upside’s down / my black is white / I hold my breath / and close my eyes / And wait for dawn but there’s no light." The metaphors of the song just add to its torture, but a key part about it elicits some hope. Even in the face of impossibility, Mike sings 'Nothing Makes Sense Anymore' in order to come closer to that light that feels just out of reach. The angelic synths in the backgrounds of the chorus give it that heavenly vibe, letting that feeling of hope come across, even in the face of impossibility. 

  Mike Shinoda  Takes A Big Step Forward With ' Crossing A Line ' and ' Nothing Makes Sense Anymore '

Mike Shinoda Takes A Big Step Forward With 'Crossing A Line' and 'Nothing Makes Sense Anymore'


9. Jonghyun - '우린 봄이 오기 전에 (Before Our Spring)'

Rock music wasn't the only genre that lost its defining figures in 2017. Just as the year came to close and we thought that the world was done taking our heroes from us, Jonghyun of K-Pop band SHINee committed suicide. Before his death, he was recording an album, which became this year's posthumous Poet | Artist. Mostly consisting of jazzy, R&B influenced pop tracks, Jonghyun sounds free from any pressures of the world and genuinely sounds happy. At the end of the album is the heartbreaking 'Before Our Spring,' a track where Jonghyun's voice speaks louder than his words. A longing tale of love sung by a fragile, pained voice where you can truly hear his vulnerability peak through the cracks. It's a hard listen to swallow, and a fitting goodbye for someone who's demons got the best of him. In these final moments, however, you can tell he found a bit of happiness, and that's where the beauty of the music shines through.

  Jonghyun  Leaves Behind Sensual   Poet | Artist

Jonghyun Leaves Behind Sensual Poet | Artist


10. Milk & Bone - 'Tmrw.'

That tragic moment where you realize that love is gone and all that's left is loneliness is one of the darkest times any of us can go through. The volta of Milk & Bone's Deception Bay hits right as 'Tmrw.' starts, the empty ambiance of a dusty room making the piano chords reverberate tragically as the somber vocals search for optimism in a dark moment: "Let's see what tomorrow brings." The song captures a specific moment where loneliness takes over love, as if there's nothing left, and takes you back to those fragile times where you may have felt the same way.

  Milk & Bone  Beautifully Capture Love and Loneliness In   Deception Bay

Milk & Bone Beautifully Capture Love and Loneliness In Deception Bay



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The following is a comprehensive list of our favorite songs from the records we listened to this year.

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Songs noted with an asterisk (*) are track reviews.

Last Updated: December 4, 2018

  1. Mike Shinoda - 'Over Again'

  2. Thirty Seconds To Mars - 'Great Wide Open'

  3. Muse - ‘Pressure’

  4. Thrice - ‘Beyond The Pines’

  5. Fall Out Boy - 'The Last Of The Real Ones'

  6. Thirty Seconds To Mars - 'Rescue Me'

  7. Fall Out Boy - 'Stay Frosty Royal Milk Tea'

  8. Mike Shinoda - 'Nothing Makes Sense Anymore' *

  9. Jonghyun - 'Before Our Spring'

  10. Milk & Bone - 'Tmrw.'

  11. Gia Margaret - 'Smoke'

  12. CHVRCHES - 'Never Say Die'

  13. Muse - 'Thought Contagion' *

  14. Passenger - 'Hell Or High Water'

  15. twenty one pilots - ‘Neon Gravestones’

  16. Marmozets - 'Habits'

  17. KIDS SEE GHOSTS - '4th Dimension'

  18. Rae Morris - 'Wait For The Rain'

  19. Death Cab For Cutie - 'I Dreamt We Spoke Again'

  20. Son Lux - 'Dream State'

  21. AURORA - ‘It Happened Quiet’

  22. Childish Gambino - 'This Is America' *

  23. Of Mice & Men - 'Sunflower'

  24. Haley Heynderickx - 'The Bug Collector'

  25. Tash Sultana - ‘Cigarettes’

  26. Tomberlin - 'I'm Not Scared'

  27. The Chainsmokers - 'Sick Boy' *

  28. Stone Temple Pilots - 'Roll Me Under'

  29. TesseracT - 'King'

  30. Halestorm - 'Black Vultures'

  31. BTS - 'Don't Leave Me'

  32. Nas - 'everything'

  33. The Decemberists - 'Rusalka, Rusalka / Wild Rushes'

  34. Logic - ‘YSIV’

  35. Hayley Kiyoko - 'Wanna Be Missed'

  36. Jon Hopkins - 'Recovery'

  37. Let's Eat Grandma - 'Falling Into Me'

  38. Panic! At The Disco - 'Roaring 20s'

  39. Ben Howard - 'Nica Libres At Dusk'

  40. Elder Brother - 'I Don't Think It Stops'

  41. Jenn Champion - 'Coming For You'

  42. Fall Out Boy - 'Super Fade'

  43. Pianos Become The Teeth - 'Forever Sound'

  44. Brian Fallon - 'See You On The Other Side'

  45. grandson - 'Overdose'

  46. Bebe Rexha - 'I Got You'

  47. Eminem - 'Greatest'

  48. Agua Roja - 'Roses'

  49. Thom Yorke - ‘Suspirium’ *

  50. Anne-Marie - 'Ciao Adios'

  51. The Neighbourhood - 'Heaven'

  52. A Perfect Circle - 'So Long, and Thanks For All The Fish'

  53. Skeletonwitch - 'Temple Of The Sun'

  54. Architects - ‘Hereafter’

  55. Martin Garrix - ‘Waiting For Tomorrow’

  56. Imagine Dragons - 'Natural' *

  57. Meg Myers - 'Numb'

  58. Conner Youngblood - '12 lbs'

  59. Denzel Curry - 'BLACK METAL TERRORIST'

  60. Camila Cabello - 'Consequences'

  61. Lissie - 'Meet Me In The Mystery'

  62. Marian Hill - 'Sideways'

  63. Bishop Briggs - 'Water'

  64. Courtney Barnett - 'Need A Little Time'

  65. Brockhampton - ‘DISTRICT’

  66. Vance Joy - 'Saturday Sun'

  67. Joji - ‘Slow Dancing In The Dark’

  68. The Weeknd & Kendrick Lamar - 'Pray For Me'

  69. The 1975 - ‘Be My Mistake’

  70. S. Carey - 'Rose Petals'

  71. Kacey Musgraves - 'Butterflies'

  72. Jaden Smith - ‘A Calabasas Freestyle’

  73. Deaf Havana - 'Holy'

  74. Oceanator - 'Inhuman'

  75. Jack White - 'Over and Over and Over'

  76. J. Cole - 'The Cut Off'

  77. Hozier - ‘Nina Cried Power’

  78. Shawn Mendes - 'In My Blood'

  79. Dave Matthews Band - 'Samurai Cop (Oh Joy Begin)'

  80. Ghost - 'Dance Macabre'

  81. Kanye West - 'I Thought About Killing You'

  82. Little Mix - ‘Woman Like Me’

  83. Metric - ‘Dark Saturday’

  84. Anderson .Paak - ‘Mansa Musa’

  85. Brick + Mortar - 'Fear Of Failure'

  86. Animal Flag - 'Void Ripper'

  87. Mumford & Sons - ‘If I Say’

  88. Harakiri For The Sky - 'Heroin Waltz'

  89. Ariana Grande - 'God Is A Woman'

  90. Young The Giant - ‘Glory’

  91. The Weeknd - 'Call Out My Name'

  92. The Neighbourhood - 'Softcore'

  93. Soccer Mommy - 'Blossom (Wasting All My Time)'

  94. Pendulum - 'Propane Nightmares' (Grabbitz Remix)

  95. Logic - '44 More'

  96. Kamasi Washington - 'The Space Travelers Lullaby'

  97. CHVRCHES & Wednesday Campanella - 'Out Of My Head' *

  98. Mom Jeans - 'You Can't Eat Cats, Kevin'

  99. Mitski - 'Geyser'

  100. Jessica Risker - 'I See You Among The Stars'

  101. Pusha T - 'Santeria'

  102. Lukas Graham - ‘Not A Damn Thing Changed’

  103. Years & Years - 'Sanctify'

  104. You Me At Six - ‘Back Again’

  105. BTS - 'Airplanes Pt. 2'

  106. Foxing - 'Lich Prince'

  107. Eminem - ‘Killshot’ *

  108. Nicki Minaj - 'Barbie Dreams'

  109. cupcakKe - 'Cinnamon Toast Crunch'

  110. Chance The Rapper - 'Work Out' *

  111. Mac Miller - 'Hurt Feelings'

  112. Beacon - ‘Fields’

  113. Alison Wonderland - 'Awake'

  114. 5 Seconds Of Summer - 'More'

  115. Natalie Prass - 'Sisters'

  116. Primordial - 'Where Lie The Gods'

  117. Carrie Underwood - ‘Low’

  118. Gorillaz - 'Souk Eye'

  119. Noah Cyrus - ‘Where Have You Been?’

  120. Nothing But Thieves - ‘You Know Me Too Well’

  121. Glades - ‘Better Love’

  122. Half Waif - 'Back In Brooklyn'

  123. Father John Misty - 'The Songwriter'

  124. Tom Morello - ‘Lucky One’

  125. The Joy Formidable - ‘Caught On A Breeze’

  126. Lil Wayne - ‘Mona Lisa’

  127. The Vaccines - 'Nightclub'

  128. Editors - 'Hallelujah (So Low)'

  129. Dream Wife - 'F.U.U.'

  130. Emma Ruth Rundle - ‘Apathy On The Indiana Border’

  131. The Prodigy - ‘Give Me A Signal’

  132. The Atlas Moth - 'The Frozen Crown'

  133. Cœur de Pirate - 'Somnambule'

  134. Wye Oak - 'I Know It's Real'

  135. Jimi Hendrix - 'Send My Love To Linda'

  136. Mount Eerie - 'Distortion'

  137. Post Malone - 'Rockstar'

  138. Justin Timberlake - 'Say Something'

  139. Greta Van Fleet - ‘Brave New World’

  140. Beyoncé & JAY-Z - 'APESHIT'

  141. Coheed & Cambria - ‘Lucky Stars’

  142. Alessia Cara - ‘I Dont’ Want To’

  143. A Hawk and A Hacksaw - 'Bayati Maqam'

  144. Underoath - 'Sink With Me'

  145. James Bay - 'Stand Up'

  146. Bugzy Malone - 'Warning'

  147. Pale Waves - ‘Eighteen’

  148. Tirzah - 'Affection'

  149. Poppy - ‘Hard Feelings’

  150. Charlie Puth - 'The Way I Am'

  151. Cardi B - 'Be Careful'

  152. Teyana Taylor - 'Rose In Harlem'

  153. Janelle Monáe - 'Django Jane'

  154. Dead Can Dance - ‘Sea Borne’

  155. Rita Ora - ‘For You (Fifty Shades Freed)’

  156. Diplo - 'Color Blind'

  157. Daron Malakian & Scars On Broadway - 'Dictator'

  158. My Brightest Diamond - ‘A Million Pearls’

  159. Now, Now - 'Window'

  160. Moses Sumney - 'Rank & File'

  161. Jon Bellion - ‘JT’

  162. Jonathan Davis - 'Basic Needs'

  163. Haley Heynderickx & Max García Conover - ‘Mother’

  164. Carl Broemel - ‘No One Else’

  165. Alice In Chains - 'Never Fade'

  166. Khalid - ‘Suncity’

  167. Stand Atlantic - ‘Roses’

  168. 6ix9ine - ‘MAMA’

  169. Iceage - 'Pain Killer'

  170. Vallens - 'Occurred'

  171. ionnalee - 'Gone'

  172. Drake - 'Talk Up'

  173. Jaden Smith - 'B'

  174. Geowulf - 'Don't Talk About You'

  175. Beerjacket - ‘Tiny Graces’

  176. Teenage Wrist - 'Dweeb'

  177. Crippled Black Phoenix - ‘Rain Black, Reign Heavy’

  178. Florence + The Machine - '100 Years'

  179. HTRK - 'More To Enjoy'

  180. Usher & Zaytoven - ‘ATA’

  181. Kimbra - 'Real Life'

  182. Paul McCartney - ‘Hand In Hand’

  183. Rhye - 'Sinful'

  184. Primal Fear - 'Hounds Of Justice'

  185. The Skull Defekts - 'Clean Mind'

  186. Moby - 'The Middle Is Gone'

  187. Jaguwar - 'Slow and Tiny'

  188. In The Woods… - ‘Transcending Yesterdays’

  189. Bullet For My Valentine - 'Don't Need You'

  190. Carla Bozulich - 'Sha Sha'

  191. Hippo Campus - ‘Why Even Try’

  192. First Aid Kit - 'Fireworks'

  193. Laura Gibson - ‘Clemency’

  194. Minus The Bear - ‘Fair Enough’

  195. Joe Satriani - 'Thunder High On The Mountain'

  196. The Smashing Pumpkins - ‘Travels’

  197. Christina Aguilera - 'Fall In Line'

  198. RL Grime - 'Reims'

  199. Beach House - 'Drunk In LA'

  200. Tommy Genesis - ‘Rainbow’

  201. All Them Witches - ‘Rob’s Dream’

  202. Caroline Rose - 'Jeannie Becomes A Mom'

  203. Jessica Says - 'Baby Is A Nihilist'

  204. Boston Manor - ‘Bad Machine’

  205. Amber Arcades - ‘Self-Portrait In A Car At Night’

  206. Porches - 'W Longing'

  207. Sigur Rós - '65º27'29.1"N 15º31'56.0"W'

  208. Ed Harcourt - ‘For My Mother’

  209. 6ix9ine - 'CHOCOLATÉ'

  210. Slipknot - ‘All Out Life’ *

  211. Real Friends - 'Stand Steady'

  212. Rise Against - 'Like The Angel'

  213. Mark Pritchard - 'Circle Of Fear'

  214. Happy Rhodes - 'Oh The Drear'

  215. Unknown Mortal Orchestra - 'If You're Going To Break Yourself'

  216. Mariah Carey - ‘Portrait’

  217. Superorganism - 'Everybody Wants To Be Famous'

  218. Oneohtrix Point Never - ‘Love In The Time Of Lexapro’

  219. YoungBoy Never Broke Again - 'Traumatized'

  220. Susanna - 'The Three Ravens'

  221. Anna von Hausswolff - 'The Mysterious Vanishing Of Electra'

  222. Hater - ‘Your Head Your Mind’

  223. Lord Huron - 'When The Night Is Over'

  224. Sheck Wes - ‘Mo Bamba’

  225. Rae Sremmurd - 'CLOSE'

  226. Earl Sweatshirt - ‘Nowhere2Go’

  227. Belle & Sebastian - 'Best Friend'

  228. Franz Ferdinand - 'Lazy Boy'

  229. BTS - 'IDOL'

  230. Dana Buoy - 'Twisted Sky'

  231. Godsmack - 'Every Part Of Me'

  232. BØRNS - 'God Save Our Young Blood'

  233. Interpol - 'Flight Of Fancy'

  234. Anna Burch - 'Belle Isle'

  235. Lily Allen - 'Waste'

  236. Deafheaven - 'Honeycomb'

  237. Rick Astley - 'Rise Up'

  238. Wild Pink - 'There Is A Ledger'

  239. PRhyme - 'Era'

  240. Aisha Burns - 'We We Worn'

  241. Lil Peep - ‘Runaway’

  242. Pete Yorn & Scarlet Johansson - 'Bad Dreams'

  243. Totally Mild - 'Down Together'

  244. Violet Cold - 'Lebensmüde'

  245. Ariana Grande - ‘thank u, next’ *

  246. We Are Waves - 'Fugitives'

  247. Between The Buried and Me - 'The Proverbial Bellow'

  248. Shinedown - 'Devil'

  249. Blue October - 'Further Dive (The House That Dylan Built)'

  250. Ólafur Arnalds - 'ekki hugsa'

  251. Ash Koosha - ‘redempshun’

  252. Tkay Maidza - 'Flexin''

  253. Rick van Meijel - 'Fighting The Storm'

  254. MGMT - 'TSLAMP'

  255. Cloud Nothings - ‘Leave Him Now’

  256. Blood Orange - 'Holy Will'

  257. Waxahatchee - ‘Takes So Much’

  258. Francesca Michielin - 'Scusa Se Non Ho Gli Occhi Azzurri'

  259. Daughtry - 'Just Found Heaven'

  260. Snow Patrol - 'What If This Is All The Love You Ever Get?'

  261. Eisley - 'Always Wrong' (Acoustic)

  262. Anna Calvi - ‘As A Man’

  263. Jouska - 'Calico'

  264. Suicideyear - 'Said and Done'

  265. A$AP Rocky - 'A$AP Forever REMIX'

  266. Pusha T - 'The Story Of Adidon' *

  267. Death Grips - 'Streaky'

  268. Amnesia Scanner - ‘Another Life’

  269. Swae Lee - 'Guatemala'

  270. Oneohtrix Point Never - 'The Station'

  271. Arcadian Child - ‘Before We Die’

  272. Vince Staples - ‘Tweakin’’

  273. Public Memory - ‘The Line’

  274. Buck Meek - 'Swan Dive'

  275. Eternal Summers - 'Famous Last Words'

  276. Nine Inch Nails - 'Over and Out'

  277. Christine and The Queens - ‘5 Dollars’

  278. Trippie Redd - 'Dark Knight Dummo'

  279. David Guetta - ‘Battle’

  280. Swearin’ - ‘Grow Into A Ghost’

  281. The Vintage Caravan - ‘Nebula’

  282. Wiz Khalifa - 'Rain'

  283. Migos - 'Notice Me'

  284. Bonny Doon - 'I Am Here (I Am Alive)'

  285. Troye Sivan - 'Postcard'

  286. Tory Lanez - ‘Why DON’T You LOVE me?’

  287. Simon Love - 'God Bless The Dick Who Let You Go'

  288. Popcaan - 'Through The Storm'

  289. Sims, Air Credits, & ICETEP - 'Raising Helvetica'

  290. Aphex Twin - ‘T69 Collapse’

  291. Iggy Azalea - 'Kawasaki'

  292. Takeoff - ‘Martian’

  293. Tyga - 'Temperature'

  294. Future - 'Wifi Lit'

  295. Dungen & Woods - 'Turn Around'

  296. Kylie Minogue - 'Radio On'

  297. Lykke Li - 'Bad Woman'

  298. Desiigner - 'After Party'

  299. P.O.D. - ‘Fly Away’

  300. Young Thug - 'Gain Clout'

  301. Lucius - 'Goodnight, Irene'

  302. Maribou State - ‘Part Time Glory’

  303. Arctic Monkeys - 'One Point Perspective'

  304. Sunflower Bean - 'Burn It'

  305. Unknown Mortal Orchestra - ‘Hanoi 3’

  306. Titus Andronicus - 'Number One (In New York)'

  307. Lil Yachty - ‘Who Want The Smoke?’

  308. Simian Mobile Disco - 'A Perfect Swarm'

  309. Mackenzie Nicole - 'Thank You'

  310. Cavern Of Anti-Matter - 'Malfunction'

  311. Helena Hauff - 'It Was All Fields Around Here When I Was A Kid'

  312. Quavo - ‘Lost’

  313. Hookworms - 'The Soft Season'

  314. Belle & Sebastian - 'The Same Star'

  315. Drake - 'Diplomatic Immunity'

  316. Playboi Carti - 'Long Time (Intro)'

  317. Slim Jxmmi - 'Players Club'

  318. Lil Yachty - 'NBA Youngboat'

  319. Rich The Kid - 'World Is Yours'

  320. Three Days Grace - 'Infra-Red'

  321. Rich Brian - 'Occupied'

  322. Justine Skye - 'Wasteland'

  323. Black Veil Brides - 'Vale'