The best songs of the week: Jorge Drexler & C Tangana, Bruno Mars, Bizarrap, Sega Bodega ...

New music to listen in the gym with tight clothes and those headphones that were probably a bit expensive but, the devils, how they sound, new music to get out

The best songs of the week: Jorge Drexler & C Tangana, Bruno Mars, Bizarrap, Sega Bodega ...

New music to listen in the gym with tight clothes and those headphones that were probably a bit expensive but, the devils, how they sound, new music to get out of bed while planning strategies to move forward and up, forward and up, new music to download The window while running as it only runs away from a flame palace, new music to cover the head with the Nordic and dissolve the neuronal connections on a return to intrauterine life ... A lot of new and varied music on a list to govern All the needs that can be ignored. To dance, to scrub, to lie down, to discover. Updated every week. Only for your full joy. And it starts like this:

Silk Sonic: Fly as me. Bruno Mars and Anderson PAAK adoban with love the supersonid of the 70s in this alliance for the funk called, appropriately, sonic silk.

Parcels: Famous. And if it were not enough funk, the parcels have to give and take: their new album is an odyssey disc-funk for large and small.

Jorge Drexler + C Tangana: Touching you. Brazilian music fan, Drexler gets heating in this song composed before Nominao, the popular duet of him with the Madrid.

Bizarrap + Ptazeta: BZRP Music Sessions, vol. 45. The Argentine prodigy continues to pump fat rhythms and accumulating atomic collaborations: much better than the recent production of Him for Anuel Aa launched this tornado with Canaria Ptazeta.

Rigoberta Bandini: Julio Iglesias. He was the Spanish revelation of 2020 with his Electronic Pop Molón, in the 21 he has consecrated and, without falling asleep in the Laurels, continues to like life with this song about Morrerse listening to Julio Iglesias.

The War on Drugs: I do not live here anymore. They have converted their style into a formula, but the discs continue to leave great: they end up and just to start again.

Idres: The New Sensation. The punk disc of the month contains as much dynamite and bad milk as the Arsenal of Kim Jong-a. To listen by doing 'grrrrr'.

Bonnie Banane: Fairplay. A discovery: a debutant Parisian who sings R & B with trap productions to dance slowly and put an Instagram face.

Courtney Barnett: Before You Gotta Go. Beautiful road song of the Australian Rocker, in its most intimate facet.

Sega Bodega: Only Seeing God when I eat. Right now, (almost) no one produces the pop in such a modern and original way as the sound brain of the Nuxxe seal.

Ark + SIA: Born Yesterday. The other current genius of avant-garde pop is allied with SIA in this sound distopy that reserves the rhythm and the hype for the chorus.

Francisca Valenzuela: Last dance. It sounds like modern pop, it contains a folk heart and overflows energy: what a surprise, and what joy, the new theme of the Chilean.

Jenny Hval: Jupiter. Norway's most electronic singer-songwriter ensures an adventure in each song, a bright trip to the unknown.

María Rhodés and the Star of David: make love. We ended up with this caramelade Country-folk ballad without a trace of irony. "And every night / make love," they sing to Duo, and no one could have nothing against.

Updated Date: 24 November 2021, 22:13

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